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Grappling with another other : Australian studies in Japan

Tada, Masayo


Australian studies in Japan provides an example of the dynamics of the construction of area knowledge. The definition and promotion of Australian studies has been shaped by specific Japanese needs, and Australian interests have been intertwined in the process. While individual practitioners' engagement has been framed within the context formed by Japanese and Australian states' concerns, their independent concerns as researchers and as educators have played a significant role in the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2002
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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