Research Papers on Japan

Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.

  • Ohio and the Middle East

    In four pages this research paper contrasts and compares four aspects that reveal a commonality between Ohio and the modern day Middle East with such issues as poverty, unemployment, urbanization, and water usage considered. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Water Temple Design of Tadao Ando

    In eight pages this paper examines Tadao Ando's water temple design located in Hyogo, Japan. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • 1898 Hawaii Annexation by the United States

    In eight pages this paper discusses Hawaii's annexation in 1898 by the United States in an overview of the various political and economic factors associated with this act and also considers the presence of the Japanese in this region. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Healthy Cooking by the Japanese

    In seven pages this paper compares Japanese foods and healthy eating habits with other cultures. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Three Disasters at a Time

    In March, 2011, Japan suffered a massive earthquake, a massive tsunami, and a nuclear accident. No country has ever experienced such horrific disasters so close together in recorded history. This essay describes the disasters, provides data, explains how some relief workers handled the issues and provides a general discussion about disaster relief. There are seven sources listed in the bibliography of this sseven page paper.

  • Religion and a Samurai's Life in Musui's Story

    In five pages this paper analyzes society and religion as they pertain to Musui's Story.

  • Japan, Contrasting Views

    Japan's emergence as a modern power has been chronicled as a major tale of the 20th century. This paper compares Kenneth Pyle's The New Generation in Meiji Japan and Peter Duus' The Rise of Modern Japan. Gives a summary and compares and contrasts the authors' approaches and conclusions.This paper has five pages and no additional sources are listed.

  • Japan's Outlook on World Politics

    This 5 page paper examines some of Japan's policies in order to evaluate the statement that Japan will continue the active, assertive and nationalist stance it takes now with regard to its defense policy, foreign economic policy and diplomatic stance regarding its history. The paper finds that the statement is largely untrue since Japan is changing – or considering changing – all three of these policies; however, the terms "active, assertive and nationalist" will still apply. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Postcolonialism In Korea, China And Japan

    A 14 page paper that begins with a brief explanation of colonialism and postcolonialism. The essay goes on to discuss Korea when annexed by Japan and the years following their liberation; the partial colonization of China by Japan and some of the major events following liberation. The essay also discusses Japan, which was never colonized but that experienced events that changed the country. Bibliography lists 16 sources.

  • Second World War Participation of Japan

    In seven pages this paper examines why Japan became embroiled in the Second World War conflict and its failed effort.

  • Japanese Internment at Tule Lake Relocation Camp

    This 10 page paper discusses the internment of Japanese citizens by the U.S. government in WWII, and argues that such internment reflects a deep-seated prejudice against Asians, particularly in the American West. The paper focuses on the Tule Lake Relocation Camp. There are 8 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Function and Morphology of Eastern Dragons

    In ten pages this examination of dragons discusses differences between Western and Eastern dragons with consideratons of function and morphology between the two and those that exist among the Eastern variety. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Industrial Power Growth of Japan

    In eight pages this paper discusses how Japan grow to become an important industrial power in a consideration of the various issues that contributed to its rise. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • World War II Battle of Iwo Jima

    In five pages this paper examines this famous Second World War battle of February to March 1945 and includes the events that led up to it, the importance of controlling the island, and the combat conditions confronting the U.S. Marines. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Myth of the Melting Pot

    This 6 page paper compares the experience of Arab-Americans after 9/11 with that of Japanese-Americans after Pearl Harbor. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Definition of Logical Fallacies and Their Types

    In four pages this research paper defines fallacy and considers several logical fallacy types and how they impact making decisions. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Asian Immigrants to the U.S. After World War II

    This 4 page paper explores the wave of Asian immigrants that came to the U.S. after World War II. The writer argues that most Americans put all Asians together instead of identifying the many different nationalities that were arriving. The writer also discusses some of the reasons for the wide-spread misunderstanding of the diversity of the arriving Asian population. There are 2 sources listed in the bilbiography.

  • Japanese Schools, Violence, and Bullying

    In five pages this paper examines the growing violence in Japanese society and the impact of bullying in schools. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Recovery in Japan after the Earthquake, Tsunami of 3/11

    This paper focuses on the recovery efforts that followed the earthquake and tsunami that hit the east coast of Japan on March 11, 2011. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Kaizen Style of Management

    In five pages a Critikon case study is featured in this overview of the Japanese style of management known as kaizen. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Considering a Sick Leave Case

    This paper consists of 5 pages and is based upon the text entitled ‘Sick Leave' by Laura Turek and examines if this sick leave case could have been prevented, the source of the conflict, and what people should do if they are affected by the case. There are no additional bibliographic sources listed.

  • Maya Angelou/Phenomenal Woman

    A 4 page essay that offers an explication and analysis of this poem. Throughout the course of human history, men haven been primarily admired for their accomplishments, but the focus of admiration for women has been on whether or not their appearance fit with what a particular society considered beautiful. In her poem "Phenomenal Woman," Maya Angelou challenges this pervasive cultural feature and asserts that she is extraordinary and immensely attractive, without fitting within any of society's preconceived notions of how female beauty and attractiveness should be defined and conceptualized. No additional sources cited.

  • Japanese Mistake Bombing Pearl Harbor

    In fourteen pages this paper discusses the U.S. long term response to the Pearl Harbor bombing and its impact upon the Japanese. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Japanese Pine, Matsu

    In six pages Matsu is examined in an overview that includes its various types, uses, and what it symbolically represents in Japan. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Prostitution in Japanese Culture

    This 8 page paper examines prostitution in Japanese culture, and argues that because Japan at one time licensed prostitutes for "use" by servicemen, and because sex tourists are mostly men, prostitution in Japan is run largely by men. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Structural Overview of the Japanese Consulate

    In twelve pages the Japanese Consulate is the focus of this structural overview that includes various functions and policies.

  • Zen Buddhism and the Japanese Tea Ceremony's Importance

    In ten pages this paper discusses the relationship between Zen Buddhism and the Japanese tea ceremony, or 'chanoyu.' Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Dominican Republic and Asian Status

    The struggles between the Dominican Republic and its Haitian neighbor that led to the settlement of Asians in the Dominican area are examined in terms of conditions, lack of government support for the newcomers, and the repatriation of most of the Japanese settlers to other countries in Latin America. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

 

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