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Title: 文化人類学における国民性研究・地域研究の展開 ―R.Benedict,J.Embree の継承関係を中心に―
Other Titles: A Historical Review on the Anthropological Studies of National Character: Focusing on the Contribution of R.Benedict and J.Embree
Authors: 小野澤, 正喜
Onozawa, Masaki
Keywords: 文化とパーソナリティ論
Culture and Personality
National Character Studies
Area Studies
child-rearing system
Cornell Project
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2021
Publisher: 育英大学・育英短期大学
Citation: 育英短期大学研究紀要 38, 73-78, 2021
Abstract:   After the WWⅡ, the total restructuring of Japanese higher educational system took place taken initiative by General Headquarters, Allied Powers (GHQ). American style academic traditions were brought about, cultural anthropology being the vanguard of them, which overcame the pre-existing ethnological school. In this paper, it is discussed about the interrelationship between two leading cultural anthropologists, R.Benedict and J.Embree. Benedict initiated cultural anthropological methodology in the comparative study of Japanese society contrasting with American society. Based on her standpoint, Embree made a new contribution in Japanese studies contrasting it with Thai society. This paper examines the change of academic interests in cultural anthropology through 1940s to 1970s, referring ʻCulture and Personalityʼ and Areas Studies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/13613
ISSN: 0914-3351
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