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Coed revolution : the female student in the Japanese New Left

Coed revolution : the female student in the Japanese New Left (1회 대출)

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개인저자
Schieder, Chelsea Szendi, 1980- author.
서명 / 저자사항
Coed revolution : the female student in the Japanese New Left / Chelsea Szendi Schieder.
발행사항
Durham :   Duke University Press,   2021.  
형태사항
xi, 212 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Asia-pacific: culture, politics, and society
ISBN
9781478010425 (hardcover) 9781478011453 (paperback) 9781478012979 (ebook)
요약
"Violent events involving female students symbolized the rise and fall of the New Left in Japan, from the 1960 death of Kanba Michiko in a mass demonstration to the 1972 murders committed under the leadership of Nagata Hiroko in a sectarian purge, yet the movement at large is often memorialized as "male." Drawing on a wide range of contemporary mass media sources, activist accounts, and archival materials, Coed Revolution argues that the dramatic student activism of the 1960s in Japan cannot be understood without a consideration of the experiences and representations of the female student activist, whose contested political, social, and economic significance should be understood as central to many of the radical debates of the time about state power, knowledge production, nurturing, everyday life, and violence"--
내용주기
Gendering the Japanese New Left -- Naive Politics: A Maiden Sacrifice for Postwar Democracy -- "My Love and Rebellion": The Politics of Nurturing, the Logic of Capital, and the Rationalization of Coeducation -- Is the Personal Political? Everyday Life as a Site of Struggle in the Campus New Left -- "When You Fuck a Vanguard Girl . . . ": The Spectacle of New Left Masculinity -- "Gewalt Rosas": The Creation of the Terrifying, Titillating Female Student Activist -- Revolutionary Desire.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (pages [191]-204) and index.
일반주제명
Women --Political activity --Japan. Politics and culture --Japan --20th century. Students --Political activity --Japan --History --20th century. Social movements --Japan --History --20th century. Civil society --Japan --History --20th century. Women's rights --Japan.
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Acknowledgments vii
Introduction: Gendering the New Japanese Left 1
1. Naive Politics: A Maiden Sacrifice for Postwar Democracy 21
2. "My Love and Rebellion": The Politics of Nurturing, the Logic of Capital, and the Rationalization of Coeducation 49
3. Is the Personal Political? Everyday Life as a Site of Struggle in the Campus New Left 78
4. "When You Fuck a Vanguard Girl . . .": The Spectacle of New Left Masculinity 104
5. "Gewalt Rosas": The Creation of the Terrifying, Titillating Female Student Activist 132
Conclusion: Revolutionary Desire 158
Notes 169
Bibliography 191
Index 205

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