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洋書

日本の武道の歴史社会学

The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts

(Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society)

Garcia, Raul Sanchez

Routledge 2018/08
239 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138571693
装丁違いISBN: 0367499266
KCN: 1032033865
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標準価格:¥25,476(本体 ¥23,160)   
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納期について
DDC: 796.815
KDC: C129 スポーツ・余暇
A610 日本一般
関連書リスト: SB3001E 洋書に見る「日本」No. 27 (2018秋号)
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018. This is the first long-term analysis of the development of Japanese martial arts, connecting ancient martial traditions with the martial arts practised today. It captures the complexity of the emergence and development of martial traditions within the broader Japanese Civilising Process.

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This is the first long-term analysis of the development of Japanese martial arts, connecting ancient martial traditions with the martial arts practised today. The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts captures the complexity of the emergence and development of martial traditions within the broader Japanese Civilising Process. The book traces the structured process in which warriors' practices became systematised and expanded to the Japanese population and the world. Using the theoretical framework of Norbert Elias's process-sociology and drawing on rich empirical data, the book also compares the development of combat practices in Japan, England, France and Germany, making a new contribution to our understanding of the socio-cultural dynamics of state formation. Throughout this analysis light is shed onto a gender blind spot, taking into account the neglected role of women in martial arts. The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts is important reading for students of Socio-Cultural Perspectives in Sport, Sociology of Physical Activity, Historical Development of Sport in Society, Asian Studies, Sociology and Philosophy of Sport, and Sports History and Culture. It is also a fascinating resource for scholars, researchers and practitioners interested in the historical and socio-cultural aspects of combat sport and martial arts.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction Part I: Warriors 2 Archery and Sumo as First Traces of Martial Arts 3 The Emergence of Composite Martial Ryu during the Two Courts and the Warring States Periods 4 Excursus: the Origins of Martial ryu Part II: Retainers 5 The Stabilization of Martial Ryu During Early Tokugawa 6 The Transformation and Diffusion of Martial Arts During Mid and Late Tokugawa Periods Part III: Martial Artists 7 The Identification of Martial Arts with the Japanese We-identity during Meiji 8 Taisho Democracy as a Transition Phase in the Development of Martial Arts 9 The Militarization of the Japanese Population Through Martial Arts in Early Showa 10 Excursus: the Birth of Modern Martial Artists 11 Reformulation, Expansion and Hybridisation of Japanese Martial Arts 12 Epilogue