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Radio Broadcasting and the Politics of Mass Culture in Transwar Japan
by Jung, Ji Hee, Ph.D.  University of California, San Diego. 2010: 293 pages; 3432347.
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On the run: Women, city, and the law in Beijing, 1937–1949
by Ma, Zhao, Ph.D.  The Johns Hopkins University. 2008: 288 pages; 3288612.
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A Sociocultural Analysis of Motivation for Learning the Japanese Language in Contemporary Hong Kong
by Nomura, Kazuyuki, Ed.D.  The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong). 2016: 200 pages; 10644395.
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Wartime Atrocities and the Politics of Treason in the Ruins of the Japanese Empire, 1937–1953
by Lawson, Konrad Mitchell, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2012: 405 pages; 3543071.
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The space of Japanese science fiction: Illustration, subculture, and the body in "SF Magazine"
by Page-Lippsmeyer, Kathryn, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2016: 225 pages; 10160154.
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Exploring Japanese graduate students' perceptions of English and Japanese academic writing: A case study
by Sasagawa, Emiko, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 123 pages; 1504532.
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The Dawn of Cinematic Modernism: Iwanami Productions and Postwar Japanese Cinema
by Tsunoda, Takuya, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2015: 319 pages; 10013030.
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A phenomenology of occupation-based hand therapy
by Colaianni, Donna J., Ph.D.  Duquesne University. 2011: 196 pages; 3465629.
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Writing Into Silence: Junot Diaz, Human Rights, and the Imperial Curse
by Walsh, Vincent, Ph.D.  Lehigh University. 2014: 313 pages; 3638706.
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Social networks, ethnicity, and occupation
by Mandorff, Martin, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2007: 79 pages; 3272969.
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Repercussions of the Dark Valley - Reenacting And Reinterpreting an Era via Fantasy Manga
by Greene, Barbara, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2017: 348 pages; 10619229.
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Exploring Japanese women's work experiences in Tokyo, Japan: A phenomenological study
by Williams, Timothy W., D.M.  University of Phoenix. 2010: 184 pages; 3459308.
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Compassion as catalyst: The literary manifestations of Murakami Haruki's transformation from Underground to Kafka on the Shore
by Skeen, Autumn Alexander, M.A.  California State University, Dominguez Hills. 2015: 180 pages; 10020164.
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Bread and Washoku: Unveiling Japanese Identity Through the Necessity of Bread Baking
by Peters, Arisa Shibagaki, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2017: 297 pages; 10686789.
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A study of the Catholic priest in Shusaku Endo's novels
by Toma, Johnny Victor, M.A.L.S.  Georgetown University. 2011: 91 pages; 1494290.
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Domesticity, criminality, and part-time work: The laboring body in Kirino Natsuo's Auto
by Dumas, Raechel Lynn, M.A.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2011: 116 pages; 1493859.
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(M)othering the empire?: A literary study of motherhood in imperial Japan
by Kobayashi, Fumiyo, Ph.D.  University of Washington. 2008: 247 pages; 3318207.
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