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Social Psychology of Modern Japan. Munesuke Mita. This fascinating study penetrates the metaphorical sudare or traditional reed screen that has long masked the inner world of the Japanese to reveal in rich detail the complete combination of cultural particularity and modern universality that underlies the reality of contemporary Japan.
The work is remarkable for its content and its method, using such sources as popular works of art, songs, best-selling books and the advice columns of newspapers to draw a striking portrait of the public at large.