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    • Tamura, Keiko; Stockwin, Arthur (2020)
      This book is volume two of the writings of David Sissons, who first established his academic career as a political scientist specialising in Japanese politics, and later shifted his focus to the history of Australia–Japan ...
    • Stockwin, Arthur; Tamura, Keiko (2016)
      This book represents volume one of the writings of David Sissons, who for most of his career pioneered research on the history of relations between Australia and Japan. Much of what he wrote remained unpublished at the ...
    • Cwiertka, Katarzyna J.; Machotka, Ewa (2018)
      The bursting of the economic bubble in the 1990s shook the very foundation of the post-war economic 'miracle' and marked the beginning of a gradual shift in the environmental consciousness of the Japanese. Yet, it by no ...
    • van Ness, Peter; Gurtov, Mel (2017)
      Learning from Fukushima began as a project to respond in a helpful way to the March 2011 triple disaster (earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown) in north-eastern Japan. It evolved into a collaborative and comprehensive ...
    • Van Ness, Peter; Gurtov, Mel (2020)
      Fukushima, nuclear power, natural disaster, economics, climate change
    • Miles, Melissa; Gerster, Robin (2018)
      "Photography has been a key means by which Australians have sought to define their relationships with Japan. From the fascination with all things Japanese in the late nineteenth century, through the era of ‘White Australia’, ...
    • Mihic, Tamaki (2020)
      "The 2011 Tōhoku earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima nuclear disaster (collectively referred to as ‘3.11’, the date of the earthquake), had a lasting impact on Japan’s identity and global image. In its immediate aftermath, ...