Deconstructing Japan's image of South Korea

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By Statement Taku Tamaki.
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Subjects Group identity -- Japan
Public opinion -- Japan
Korea (South) -- Foreign public opinion, Japanese
Japan -- Relations -- Korea (South)
Korea (South) -- Relations -- Japan
Subtitle identity in foreign policy
Table Of Contents Part 1 : theorising resilient identity
Identity theorising in international relations theories
Identity representation and intersubjectivity
Part II : Japanese collective identity as reification
Contemporary Japanese identity narratives
Japan-(South) Korea relations in historical context
Part III : the narrative tripod in contemporary Japan-South Korea relations
The politics of memory
The politics of future in bilateral summitry
The political economy of identity : backwardness revisited.
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Deconstructing Japan's image of South Korea
Authors Taku Tamaki
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Categories Political Science
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Description What role does identity play in foreign policy? How might identity impact on Japan’s relations with South Korea? This book takes identity theorizing in International Relations theory a step further by attempting to account for a resilient collective identity that informs policy makers throughout time and space. Applying this framework to Japan’s relations with South Korea enables one to account for the lingering invectives between Tokyo and Seoul despite the drastic transformation in Japanese foreign policy in August 1945.
Language en
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Page Count 264
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Published Date 2010-03-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Identity in Foreign Policy
Title Deconstructing Japan's Image of South Korea

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