Japanese Modernity and Welfare

Publisher : Springer

ISBN-13 : 023028714X

Page : 270 pages

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Challenging conventional thought on the nature of welfare and civil society in modern Japan, Ritu Vij offers an original theoretical and historical interpretation of both. Drawing upon a neo-Hegelian understanding of the formation of modern subjectivity in political economy, this book uncovers a specific pattern of welfare provision in Japan.

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