16世紀以前の日本:社会経済史<br>Japan to 1600 : A Social and Economic History

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16世紀以前の日本:社会経済史
Japan to 1600 : A Social and Economic History

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 227 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780824833251
  • DDC分類 952.01

基本説明

Unlike other introductory texts on early Japanese history, this book views its subject from the perspective of developments that impacted all social classes rather than the privileged and powerful few.

Full Description


Japan to 1600 traces Japanese historical development from the first evidence of human habitation in the archipelago to the consolidation of political power under the Tokugawa shogunate at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Unlike other introductory texts on early Japanese history, it views its subject from the perspective of developments that impacted all social classes rather than the privileged and powerful few. Economically, William Wayne Farris describes how the residents of the archipelago gradually moved from a forager mode of subsistence to a more predominantly agrarian base, supplemented by sophisticated industries and an advanced commercial economy. He reveals how the transition to farming took place over many centuries as people moved back and forth from settled agriculture to older forager-collector regimes in response to ecological, political, and personal factors. Although the book focuses on continuity and change in social and economic structures and experiences, it by no means ignores the political and cultural. Most chapters begin with an outline of political developments, and cultural phenomena, particularly religious beliefs, are also taken into account. Finally, ""Japan to 1600"" addresses the growing connectedness between residents of the archipelago and the rest of the world.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction xv
The Building Blocks of Japan, Origins to 600 1 (26)
An End to Growth, 600-800 27 (26)
State and Society in an Age of 53 (28)
Depopulation, 800-1050
Rising Social and Political Tensions in an 81 (26)
Epoch of Minimal Growth, 1050-1180
Economy and Society in an Age of Want, 107 (29)
1180-1280
The Revival of Growth, 1280-1450 136 (28)
Uneven Expansion in an Age of Endemic 164 (31)
Warfare, 1450-1600
Epilogue: The Seventeenth Century in Historical 195 (6)
Perspective
Notes 201 (8)
Suggestions for Further Reading in English 209 (6)
Index 215