Japan and Australia : two societies and their interaction
|Collections||ANU Press Titles (1965-1991)|
|Title:||Japan and Australia : two societies and their interaction|
|Publisher:||Canberra : Australian National University Press|
The chief aspect of relations between Japan and Australia since the second world war has been economic. Much attention has been directed to the study of this aspect, yet that study has seldom been informed by investigation of the cultural, social, political and institutional bases that provide the framework of the relationship between the two nations and the constraints on its future development. This book aims to redress the balance a little, by building up a fuller picture than has previously been available to people in either country of the two societies and their interaction. It is a product of co-operation among a group of leading Australian and Japanese scholars in several fields, and its structure emphasises two main themes: relations between Australia and Japan which are of much importance in themselves, and the historical backgrounds and social, institutional and political factors which influence contacts between the two countries.
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