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In this volume, seven sociologists show how fundamental structures have been undergoing change at the grassroots level in Japan because of decentralization and globalization. It chronicles the practical and incremental changes in community-level governance and how such change has redefined the duties of prefectures and local authoritiesclearly pointing toward Japans new road to pluralism.…mehr

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In this volume, seven sociologists show how fundamental structures have been undergoing change at the grassroots level in Japan because of decentralization and globalization. It chronicles the practical and incremental changes in community-level governance and how such change has redefined the duties of prefectures and local authoritiesclearly pointing toward Japans new road to pluralism.
Autorenporträt
Furukawa Shun'ichi is professor of policy and planning sciences at Tsukuba University. Menju Toshihiro is senior program officer at the Japan Center for International Exchange.