Personality in Culture
Describes the Japanese national character as a paradoxical complex of restraint and passion, arrogance and servility, pride in being Japanese and apology for being Japanese. Explains that Japan, more than any other nation has wavered between such contradictory attitudes and qualities. Discusses the concept of "force" and what it means to Japanese to be part of a group.
Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan; University of Michigan Television Center; Japan Society of New York; Peter Gosling; Richard Beardsley; Alfred Slote; Richard Bowman; Garnet R. Garrison; Hazen Schumacher Jr.; Tom Coates; Dave Johnson; Verne Weber; Joe Moffatt; Michael Berla; Frederick Remley Jr.; Larry Griewski; Joe Ramoge; Jim Masten; Warren Happel
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Japan ; Political culture--Japan.
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- Physical Description
1 film reel (33 min.) sound,black and white/monochrome; 16 mm
- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 7812430; Other: GR00468170; MDPI Barcode: 40000003307891
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