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Publisher: University of California Press.

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This book is the first history of the marine fisheries of Southeast Asia. It takes as its central theme the movement of fisheries into new fishing grounds, particularly the diverse ecosystems that make up the seas of Southeast Asia. This process accelerated between the 1950s and 1970s in what the author calls the great fish race. strengthening of school cultures from within and advancing what educators think is good for public education.

Chapter Six A Right to Be Rational Karafuto, 1905-1935. Berkeley: University of California Press, c. org/ark:/13030/ft1g50046g/.

State, Economy, and Society in Post-Military Nigeria 9780230111707 01 prexx. Cooperation in Economy and Society.

Information, Incentives and Bargaining in the Japanese Economy: A Microtheory of the Japanese Economy. State, Economy, and Society in Post-Military Nigeria 9780230111707 01 prexx. Cooperation in Economy and Society

The presence of the Ainu in the fishery raises questions concerning the nature of the Tokugawa polity and of Japanese ethnicity

Berkeley: University of California Press, c. The presence of the Ainu in the fishery raises questions concerning the nature of the Tokugawa polity and of Japanese ethnicity. Finally, this study challenges well-established notions of center and periphery in Japanese history.

University of California Press, BerkleyGoogle Scholar. Muscolino M (2009) Fishing wars and environmental change in late imperial and modern China. Harvard East Asian Monographs, Harvard University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Holm P. (2014) Conclusion: Learning from Asian and Indo-Pacific Fisheries history. In: Christensen . Tull M. (eds) Historical Perspectives of Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. MARE Publication Series, vol 12. Springer, Dordrecht.

Japanese society is organized by the grouping of families of interest-in businesses, government .

Japanese society is organized by the grouping of families of interest-in businesses, government bureaucracies, political parties, and even universities. The nation is largely lashed together by a web of informal cartels, as well as their formal derivatives, keiretsu. Politics, society, and business are ensnarled because the Japanese believe that these insular arrangements maintain the security of the nation, provide full employment, and distribute the burden of risks of all sorts. Economic interests are inextricably meshed with political and leadership interests.

known from southern Sakhalin and the Kurils; similar phenomena such as the ostrogu of Kamchatka and the gorodische of northeast Asia may . University of California Press.

known from southern Sakhalin and the Kurils; similar phenomena such as the ostrogu of Kamchatka and the gorodische of northeast Asia may have developed independently. A few, including the Tōya casi of present-day Kushiro, date to the Muromachi period; the remainder date largely to the early seventeenth century. As such their construction may be related to increased  . ISBN 978-0-520-08629-6. "オタフンベチャシ跡" (in Japanese).