The New Japan describes the anxiety and unrest that trouble modern Japanese society, the rift between traditional generations and the younger, more cosmopolitan and Westernized people. Matsumoto draws upon a wealth of Japanese and Western sources to present a thorough exploration of both classic and contemporary views of Japanese culture.
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David Matsumoto, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology and director of the Culture and Emotion Research Laboratory at San Francisco State University. Matsumato is a recognized expert in the study of emotion, human interaction and culture; is author of 250 works on these subjects; and serves as an intercultural consultant to many international corporations. He is chairman of the development comittee for the U.S. Judo Federation.