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Journal of Asian Studies (1967) 26 (4): 611–626.
Published: 01 August 1967
...Charles Hsi-Chung Kao Abstract In recent years, Taiwan's rapid economic growth and agricultural improvement have drawn increasing public and academic attention in the Western world. Taiwan is often referred to as a country demonstrating that economic progress can be achieved if domestic resources...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1992) 51 (2): 374–375.
Published: 01 May 1992
...Randolph Barker Increasing Access to Food: The Asian Experience . Edited by D. S. Tyagi and Vijay Shankar Vyas . New Delhi : Sage Publications , 1990 . 455 pp. Copyright © The Association for Asian Studies, Inc. 1992 1992 374 THE JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES Throughout the volume...
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Journal of Asian Studies 11015891.
Published: 26 March 2024
... before the 1920s and 1930s, but this conclusion overlooks a pervasive intellectual impact. A global phenomenon originating in the United States, Taylorism was not just methods to increase production efficiency. It was also a utopian vision to reorganize society around perfected technocratic hierarchies...
Published: 01 February 2014
Figure 4. The magical boy as a criticism of the increasing difficulty in envisioning male hero models (Ishida 2007 ). More
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Journal of Asian Studies (2000) 59 (4): 863–888.
Published: 01 November 2000
...Amy Gurowitz Abstract We are currently witnessing two trends in Southeast Asia: first, an increase in what is often referred to as “civil society” activity including action by nongovernmental organizations (NGOs); and second, an increase in various forms of migration, one of the key human rights...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1968) 27 (4): 721–737.
Published: 01 August 1968
...Chi-Ming Hou Abstract In this paper, I shall try to examine and identify the factors responsible for the increase in agricultural output in Communist China in the nineteen fifties. Then I shall try to discuss the implications of my findings in relation to future agricultural growth. Agricultural...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1965) 25 (1): 83–103.
Published: 01 November 1965
...Frederick L. Wernstedt; Paul D. Simkins Abstract One of the more serious obstacles to economic progress and human betterment in many of the less developed countries is the dense settlement of the present cultivated land, coupled with a rapidly increasing population. In much of southern and eastern...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1942) 2 (1): 80–86.
Published: 01 November 1942
...Amry Vandenbosch Abstract In the decade between the beginning of the world depression and the Japanese occupation of the islands there appeared a steadily mounting volume of literature on the Netherlands East Indies. This was a reflection of the increasing interest taken by the world...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1945) 4 (4): 367–377.
Published: 01 August 1945
... worthy of notice. Since Pearl Harbor, American interest in Asia and the Pacific has greatly increased and American publications about the Far East have become much more numerous. However, increase in quantity has not necessarily meant increase in quality. Many of those who might normally have produced...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1973) 33 (1): 67–86.
Published: 01 November 1973
... are demanded to meet labor needs in a complicated, highly industrialized society than would be necessary in a primarily agricultural society. In addition, as the economic levels of a society increase, both the collective societal resources to support a massive higher educational establishment...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1969) 28 (4): 693–710.
Published: 01 August 1969
...Francine R. Frankel Abstract By the spring of 1966, it was abundantly clear in New Delhi that the Third Five Year Plan was a failure. Over the five year period (1961–66), the rate of increase in national income was less than half the projected level. Per capita income showed no increase at all...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1982) 41 (4): 711–746.
Published: 01 August 1982
...James Lee Abstract Between 1250 and 1850 the population of Southwest China increased from 3 to 20 million people. In this essay, the author delineates two periods of population growth—a small one from 1250 to 1600 and a large one from 1700 to 1850—and relates their spatial and temporal...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1971) 30 (4): 829–842.
Published: 01 August 1971
...Yeh-Chien Wang Abstract As happened in Tokugawa Japan and British India, China under die Ching witnessed a relative decline in fiscal importance of die land tax although its absolute amount increased substantially. Between 1753 and 1908 China's annual land tax revenue grew from 74 million to 102...
Published: 01 May 2020
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Journal of Asian Studies (1964) 23 (2): 245–251.
Published: 01 February 1964
..., it is determined subjectively by man's technical and social awareness and thus by man's technical and social experiences. Both assert that man's increasing comprehension of nature and its laws manifests itself in increasing accumulation and in enlarged reproduction, i.e., in economic growth. Both aim for the unity...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1959) 18 (2): 227–240.
Published: 01 February 1959
... European women were scarce, and grew over the years through natural increase and occasional mixed contacts. Their original size relative to the indigenous populations and policies of both governing European and native populations have determined whether they: (1) have been submerged in the numerically...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2001) 60 (3): 701–729.
Published: 01 August 2001
... as evidence of a revival in Indonesia are such things as the growing numbers of mosques and prayer houses, the increasing popularity of head coverings ( kerudung, jilbab ) among Muslim women and school girls, the increasing usage of Islamic greetings, the more common sight of Muslims excusing themselves...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1946) 5 (3): 289–307.
Published: 01 May 1946
... aggression by which Japan acquired hegemony over Formosa, Korea, and Manchuria. Few realized that the population pressure within Japan was minimal in comparison with that which already existed in the conquered areas; that, furthermore, Japanese imperial policy tended toward an increasing imbalance between...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1995) 54 (2): 371–377.
Published: 01 May 1995
... and other minority nationalities who might believe in Islam. Though some Muslims, especially Uygur, complain of underreporting of their populations, this is a fairly good initial estimate of the number of Muslims in China, indicating an increase of 1.2 million over the 1982 figure, a 13 percent increase...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1972) 31 (2): 329–350.
Published: 01 February 1972
...Ramon H. Myers; Thomas R. Ulie Abstract The failure of Chinese agriculture to undergo a transformation whereby production could increase rapidly and institutional change could occur has been long regarded by many scholars to be one of the principal reasons China did not achieve modernization after...