A Year With the Local Newspaper: Understanding the Times in Aomori Japan, 1999
By: Anthony S. Rausch (author)Hardback
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Located at the northernmost end of Honshu, Aomori Prefecture is one of the few remaining undiscovered areas of Japan. In A Year With the Local Newspaper, Professor Anthony Rausch of Hirosaki University presents a year of life in Aomori, in a book both accessible and academic. Rausch has selected, edited, translated and grouped a year's worth of articles from a local Aomori newspaper into nine chapters that describe Aomori and provide for analysis of the prefecture on the basis of two contemporary sociological themes, peripherality and revitalization.
Anthony S. Rausch is a Lecturer at Hirosaki National University.
1 Preface 2 A Year in Aomori 3 Winter in Aomori 4 Cultures of Aomori 5 Aomori as Peripheral 6 Rural Aomori: Innovation and Urban Ties 7 Urban Aomori: Processes and Images of "Rural Urbanism" 8 Government and the Economy in Aomori: Access and Recovery 9 Aomori Tourism: Local Resources, National PR 10 Aomori Controversies, 1999: The Costs of Revitalization 11 When all is Said and Done 12 Aomori Prefecture, 1999: Peripherality and Revitalization 13 Notes 14 Index
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