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{{Infobox book  | <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject_Novels or Wikipedia:WikiProject_Books -->
 
| name          = Japanese Society
 
| image          = Japanese Society (1970 book).jpg
 
| author        = [[Nakane Chie]]
 
| country        = [[Japan]]
 
| language      = English
 
| publisher      = [[Penguin Books|Pelican]]
 
| release_date  = 1970
 
| media_type    = Print ([[Paperback]])
 
| genre          = [[Sociology]], [[Anthropology]]
 
| pages          = 162
 
| isbn          = 978-0-14-021682-0
 
| dewey= 309.1/52/04
 
| congress= HN723 .N31513 1973
 
| oclc= 1023276
 
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'''''Japanese Society''''' (1970) is an analysis of the structure of [[Japan]]ese [[society]], written by [[Nakane Chie]]. The main theme of the book is the working of what Nakane calls "the vertical principle" in Japanese society, which is a series of social relations between two individuals, one of whom is [[Senpai and kōhai|senior and one of whom is junior]].
 
 
 
Nakane also formulates the criteria of 'attribute' and 'frame' to illuminate that way that groups are formed in Japan, and to compare Japan with other countries.  Her thesis is that 'frame', which is circumstantial and may be "a locality, an institution or a particular relationship which binds a set of individuals into one group,<ref>Nakane, Chie: "Japanese Society", page 1. Pelican, 1970.</ref> is more important that 'attribute', "which may be acquired not only by birth but by achievement", examples of which include "a definite descent group or [[caste]]".<ref>Nakane, Chie: "Japanese Society", page 1. Pelican, 1970.</ref>  This situation is contrasted with India.
 
 
 
The book is broken down into four chapters:
 
*Criteria of Group Formation
 
*The Internal Structure of the Group
 
*The Overall Structure of the Society
 
*Characteristics and Value Orientation of Japanese Man
 
 
 
==See also==
 
*[[Ingroup]]
 
*[[Social psychology]]
 
 
 
== Notes ==
 
<references/>
 
 
 
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[[Category:1970 non-fiction books]]
 
[[Category:Japanese non-fiction books]]
 
[[Category:Books about Japan]]
 
[[Category:Sociology books]]
 

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