RISING JAPANESE NATIONALISM WITHIN THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM


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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10506537

Anahtar Kelimeler:

Japan, Political Development, Mass Participation, Japanese Nationalism, Process of Change

Özet

During the political development process, the Japanese political system has been examined from different perspectives and created areas of study. However, these areas of investigation are particularly important in two respects. The first of these covers the period between 1868 and 1945, which is attributed to the unstable period, while the second is the stable period starting from 1947 and continuing until today. Although many changes have occurred within the political systems, Japanese political systems have followed a path in general integrity. However, although the participation of social elements in these processes was limited throughout the historical processes, it gradually increased, especially in the second stage. Thus, large social masses and large masses were included in political participation and the salience of the society within the political system became possible. With this study, the situation and stages in question will be examined within historical processes. In this context, the rising Japanese nationalism within the political development system will be investigated and its current effects will be discussed.

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2024-01-22

Nasıl Atıf Yapılır

KADIOĞLU, A. M. (2024). RISING JAPANESE NATIONALISM WITHIN THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM. Socrates Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Studies, 10(37), 103–107. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10506537