Legacies of Western Colonialism

Legacies of Western Colonialism East Asia had traditional empires and states with distinct identities lasting for hundreds or thousands of years and had a vibrant economy linked regionally. At the same time, Western imperialism had a profound impact on East Asian IPE. The interaction with the West served as an external catalyst for domestic transformation… Continue reading Legacies of Western Colonialism

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Japanese Response to Western Imperialism

Japanese Response to Western Imperialism Japan’s contact with Westerners began in the sixteenth century. The Portuguese came to Japan in 1542 and converted half a million Japanese, more than the percentage of Christians in Japan today. They also introduced firearms to Japan. In 1603 Tokugawa Ieyasu established the Tokugawa shogunate in Edo, now called Tokyo.… Continue reading Japanese Response to Western Imperialism

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History of Japanese Imperialism

History of Japanese Imperialism Japan first sought to reestablish relations with Asia on Western terms. In 1870 the Meiji government sought to establish official relations with China by concluding a formal treaty. The Manchu court concluded a treaty with Japan despite opposition from conservative officials who treated Japan as a former tributary state. Some Japanese… Continue reading History of Japanese Imperialism

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Legacies of Japanese Imperialism

Legacies of Japanese Imperialism What is striking about Japanese imperialism is the speed by which Japan built a massive colonial empire within a mere fifty years (1895–1945). By contrast, it took European colonial powers more than three centuries to exercise direct colonial administrations in East Asia. Japanese colonialism also had a varied impact on East… Continue reading Legacies of Japanese Imperialism

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The East Asian Miracle Paper

The East Asian Miracle   his chapter discusses the East Asian miracle, which is a striking feature of contemporary East Asian political economy. Although one may view East Asia as returning to its historical glory, its recent success has taken on distinct modern features of industrialization, the nation state, and the market economy in a… Continue reading The East Asian Miracle Paper

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Postwar Transformation of East Asia

POSTWAR TRANSFORMATION OF EAST ASIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY East Asian political economy has experienced a dramatic transformation since the 1960s. The first long-term trend in East Asia is rapid, shared economic growth that allows the region to catch up with the West. I discuss this and then address the question, was there an economic miracle? The… Continue reading Postwar Transformation of East Asia

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Criminal Justice as employees and victims

Women in Criminal Justice Be prepared to discuss issues many women have in Criminal Justice as employees, victims, suspects, and citizens. We will also cover gender equality history, concerns, and struggles as well as explore challenges law enforcement agencies have in recruiting highly qualified women. (For those students outside the criminal justice field, feel free… Continue reading Criminal Justice as employees and victims

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Mandating registration fees paper

The FAA has been debating for a few years now on how they can safety introduce UAVs/drones into the national airspace system. While toy and model aircraft pilots have been largely unrestricted and safe for years, it now feels that they are being treated unfairly by the FAA, who are mandating registration fees for UAVs/drones… Continue reading Mandating registration fees paper

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Health care information systems planning

Part 1 Understanding health care information systems planning and implementation is an important skill for health care leaders. Technology is advancing and the adoption of information systems in healthcare has progressed from being just a cool tool to a must have in terms of quality, access, profitability, and competitiveness. It is inevitable that managers and/or leaders will be faced… Continue reading Health care information systems planning

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