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In this book David Wittner situates Japan's Meiji Era experience of technology transfer and industrial modernization within the realm of culture, politics, and symbolism, examining how nineteenth century beliefs in civilization and enlightenment influenced the process of technological choice. Through case studies of the iron and silk industries, Wittner argues that the Meiji government's guiding principle was not simply economic development or providing a technical model for private In this book David Wittner situates Japan's Meiji Era experience of technology transfer and industrial modernization within the realm of culture, politics, and symbolism, examining how nineteenth century beliefs in civilization and enlightenment influenced the process of technological choice. Through case studies of the iron and silk industries, Wittner argues that the Meiji government's guiding principle was not simply economic development or providing a technical model for private industry as is commonly claimed. Choice of technique was based on the ability of a technological artifact to import Western "civilization" to Japan: Meiji officials' technological choices were firmly situated within perceptions of authority, modernity, and their varying political agendas. Technological artifacts could also be used as instruments of political legitimization. By late the Meiji Era, the former icons of Western civilization had been transformed into the symbols of Japanese industrial and military might.A fresh and engaging re-examination of Japanese industrialization within the larger framework of the Meiji Era, this book will appeal to scholars and students of science, technology, and society as well as Japanese history and culture. Textbooks New, Books~~Business & Economics~~Industries~~General, Technology-and-the-Culture-of-Progress-in-Meiji-Japan~~David-G-Wittner, 999999999, Technology and the Culture of Progress in Meiji Japan, David G. Wittner, 0415433754, Taylor & Francis, , , , , Taylor & Francis

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], In this book David Wittner situates Japans Meiji Era experience of technology transfer and industrial modernization within the realm of culture, politics, and symbolism, examining how nineteenth century beliefs in civilization and enlightenment influenced the process of technological choice. Through case studies of the iron and silk industries, Wittner argues that the Meiji governments guiding principle was not simply economic development or providing a technical model for private industry as is commonly claimed. Choice of technique was based on the ability of a technological artifact to import Western "civilization" to Japan: Meiji officials technological choices were firmly situated within perceptions of authority, modernity, and their varying political agendas. Technological artifacts could also be used as instruments of political legitimization. By late the Meiji Era, the former icons of Western civilization had been transformed into the symbols of Japanese industrial and military might. A fresh and engaging re-examination of Japanese industrialization within the larger framework of the Meiji Era, this book will appeal to scholars and students of science, technology, and society as well as Japanese history and culture. Table of contents: 1: Introduction 2: Tradition and Modernization 3: Iron Machines and Brick Buildings: the Material culture of silk reeling 4: Smelting for Civilization: Technical Choice and the Modernization of the Iron Industry 5: Bunmei Kaika to Gijutsu: Technologys Role in "Civilization and Enlightenment" 6: Conclusion: From Technological Determinism to Techno-imperialism Appendices 224 p. - 18 b/w ill., 7 b/w ill., 11 b/w Line drawings, 5 b/w Tables - 234 x 156 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], In this book David Wittner situates Japans Meiji Era experience of technology transfer and industrial modernization within the realm of culture, politics, and symbolism, examining how nineteenth century beliefs in civilization and enlightenment influenced the process of technological choice.Through case studies of the iron and silk industries, Wittner argues that the Meiji governments guiding principle was not simply economic development or providing a technical model for private industry as is commonly claimed. Choice of technique was based on the ability of a technological artifact to import Western "civilization" to Japan: Meiji officials technological choices were firmly situated within perceptions of authority, modernity, and their varying political agendas. Technological artifacts could also be used as instruments of political legitimization. By late the Meiji Era, the former icons of Western civilization had been transformed into the symbols of Japanese industrial and military might.A fresh and engaging re-examination of Japanese industrialization within the larger framework of the Meiji Era, this book will appeal to scholars and students of science, technology, and society as well as Japanese history and culture.Table of contents:1: Introduction2: Tradition and Modernization3: Iron Machines and Brick Buildings: the Material culture of silk reeling4: Smelting for Civilization: Technical Choice and the Modernization of the Iron Industry5: Bunmei Kaika to Gijutsu: Technologys Role in "Civilization and Enlightenment"6: Conclusion: From Technological Determinism to Techno-imperialismAppendices224 p. - 18 b/w ill., 7 b/w ill., 11 b/w Line drawings, 5 b/w Tables - 234 x 156 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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This book is an examination of technological change and the beliefs that were the engines of change in the nineteenth century iron and silk reeling industries. By situating Meiji Japan firmly within the Victorian world, David Wittner demonstrates that Japanese officials believed in a civilizational hierarchy based on technological superiority, and that officials selected and rejected industrial This book is an examination of technological change and the beliefs that were the engines of change in the nineteenth century iron and silk reeling industries. By situating Meiji Japan firmly within the Victorian world, David Wittner demonstrates that Japanese officials believed in a civilizational hierarchy based on technological superiority, and that officials selected and rejected industrial technologies because of the cultural symbolism of technological artefacts. Taking the story to the dawn of the first Sino-Japanese War, he argues that shifting national priorities and a growing international self-confidence changed the direction of industrial modernization. As a cultural history of technology, this book serves as a corrective to several common assumptions posited by developmental economic theorists regarding nineteenth century Japanese industrialization. "Technology and the Culture of Progress in Meiji Japan" will appeal to students and scholars of Japanese history, industrial development, economic development, cultural studies, and the history of technology. Books, Society and Social Sciences~~Society & Culture General~~Cultural Studies, Technology And The Culture Of Progress In Meiji Japan~~Book~~9780415433754~~David G. Wittner, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Routledge]

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Examines the technological change and the beliefs that were the engines of change in the nineteenth century iron and silk reeling industries. By situating Meiji Japan firmly within the Victorian world, this work demonstrates that Japanese officials believed in a civilizational hierarchy based on technological superiority.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
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