Volume 28, 2016

Table of Contents

Design and Society in Modern Japan

Design and Society in Modern Japan

  Design and Society in Modern Japan: An Introduction

pp. 1-50
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Economic and Ideological Arguments for Design’s Social Role in Prewar Japan

Japan's Industrial Arts: Present and Future (1917)

pp. 51-54
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Industrial Arts and the Development of Japan's Industry (1932)

pp. 55-61
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What Is Modernology (1927)

pp. 62-73
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Conclusion to Introduction to Commercial Art (1930)

pp. 74-79
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"Believe in socialism …": Architect Bedřich Feuerstein and His Perspective on Modern Japan and Architecture

pp. 80-98
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Postwar Recovery, Affluence, and Its Critique

Rethinking the Social Role of Architecture in the Ideas and Work of the Japanese Architectural Group NAU

pp. 99-117
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A Testimony from the Postwar Period (2008)

pp. 118-127
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Roundtable: Young Women Designers Speak (1956)

pp. 128-143
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"Good Design" and "Good Quality" for the Consumer (1965)

pp. 144-151
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The City of the Future (1960)

pp. 152-168
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An Introduction to the World of Tools (1969)

pp. 169-176
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The 1968 Social Uprising and Advertising Design in Japan: The Work of Ishioka Eiko and Suzuki Hachirō

pp. 177-197
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The Emergence of Social Design in Response to the 3.11 Triple Disaster

Place-Making Before and After 3.11: The Emergence of Social Design in Post-Disaster, Post-Growth Japan

pp. 198-226
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Ba of Emptiness: A Place of Potential for Designing Social Innovation

pp. 227-246
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Art in Focus

“Archival Considerations”
From the PoNJA-GenKon 10th Anniversary Symposium (2014)

Introduction

pp. 248-260
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Lost in the Archive: Yoko Ono and John Lennon's Four Thoughts

pp. 261-274
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From Design to Environment: "Art and Technology" in Two1966 Exhibitions at the Matsuya Department Store

pp. 275-296
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On the Contributors

pp. 297-301
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