The long defeat is a book that details how the memories of violent conflict shape culture hashimoto presents her readers with a compelling case that is theoretically sophisticated and empirically rigorous the book should be considered by anyone interested in collective memory national identity world war ii or japanese history. It surveys the stakes of war memory in japan after its defeat in world war ii and shows how and why defeat has become an indelible part of national collective life especially in recent decades drawing on ethnographic observations and personal interviews as well as testimonials and other popular memory data since the 1980s it probes into the heart of the divisive war memories that lie at the . The long defeat cultural trauma memory and identity in japan oxfo12 13 06 2019 akiko associate professor of sociology associate professor of sociology university of pittsburgh hashimoto isbn 9780190239152 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Examining japans culture of defeat up to the present day the book illuminates how memories of national trauma remain relevant to culture and society long after the event and why the memories of difficult experiences endure and even intensify despite peoples impulse to avoid remembering a dreadful past and to move on
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