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Actes du Congrès annuel d’études japonaises (ACEJ) 2006, 12-15 Octobre 2006.

Vingt-six communications furent soumises pour colliger les actes du congrès. Ces textes sont maintenant disponibles, en document pdf, sur le site Web du Congrès annuel 2006. Nous n’avons effectué aucune modification à ces écrits. À l’avenir, nous demanderons aux auteurs de soumettre à nouveau leur manuscrit révisé pour une évaluation par leurs pairs. Merci beaucoup à tous nos collaborateurs. Nous aimerions remercier pour leur support : Sam Louie, qui a créé le site Web du Congrès annuel, le Dr. Richard Leclerc pour sa traduction en français, le professeur Norio Ota pour sa traduction en japonais et Kathy Gaynor, bibliothécaire à la Thompson Rivers University, pour son aide à la mise en ligne des actes.

Cordialement,

Cara Cadre, Joe Dobson, Darlene Kalynka et Tom Waldichuk, Comité organisateur du congrès ACEJ 2006
25 janvier 2008, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, Canada
Pour plus d’informations, veuillez contacter : Tom Waldichuk (twaldichuk@tru.ca) ou Cara Cadre (ccadre@tru.ca)


Proceedings from the 2006 Japan Studies Conference(JSAC), October 12-15, 2006.

The following 26 papers were submitted for the proceedings of the conference. The papers have been converted to pdf files and have been uploaded to the JSAC 2006 website -- we have not made any editorial changes to the papers. In the future we will ask people to resubmit their revised manuscripts for a peer reviewed publication. Thank you very much to all the contributors. We would like to acknowledge the assistance of Sam Louie for creating the JSAC website, Dr. Richard LeClerc for providing a French language version of the site, Professor Norio Ota for translating the website into Japanese, and Kathy Gaynor, Librarian at Thompson Rivers University, for her assistance with the web proceedings.


Sincerely,
 
Cara Cadre, Joe Dobson, Darlene Kalynka, and Tom Waldichuk, JSAC 2006 Conference Organizing Committee
January 25, 2008, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, Canada
For further information please contact Tom Waldichuk (twaldichuk@tru.ca) or Cara Cadre (ccadre@tru.ca)
 

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Arudou, D. (2006). Japan's imminet internationalization: Can Japan assimilate its immigrants? JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Caron, J. (2006). Keynote lecture: Ambassador Joseph Caron. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Chan, J. (2006). Academic capitalism in Japan: National university incorporation and
special zones for structural reform
. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Chan, J., & Hara, H. (2006). Academic restructuring and the emergence of for-profit universities in Japan. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Chieko, M. (2006). Building the educational museum — Japan’s encounter with Canada at the 1876 Expo. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Corrin, A. J. (2006). Phoenix or perennial underdog: Has Okinawa in the aftermath of the pacific war and post U.S. occupation, been given a voice; or does the once independent kingdom now capitulate to the political volition of mainland Japan? JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Inuzuka, N. (2006). University reform for gender equality in Japan. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Ivanova, G. (2006). Women’s in-jokes in heian Japan: Makura no soshi. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Kage, T. (2006). Postwar Japanese immigrants in the Vancouver area – adaptation process through their organizational activities. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Kojima, D. (2006). Changing process of projected image of Canada in Japanese package tour brochures. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Kotani, S. (2006). The intercultural meanings of “Nikkei” in the era of global capitalism: An ethnographic study in San Francisco’s japantown. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Kubo, T. (2006). Residential choice of condominium residents in the central area of local cities : A case study of Mito City, Ibaraki prefecture, Japan. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Langton, N. (2006). Kuitsuki ga chau de : Gender, language and change in a Women’s university. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

McLean, J. (2006). Learning from Japan: A study of pedagogy that has led to high levels of mathematical thinking aptitude among Japan’s lower secondary school students. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Miyafusa, S. (2006). A critical examination of the educational delivery in Japan. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Mizoue, C. (2006). Building the Educational Museum—Japan’s encounter with Canada at the
1876 EXPO
. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia

Namita, K. (2006). Revision of foreign language education policy in Japan. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Nantais, S. (2006). ‘Sur le front...des missions’ le devoir : French-Canadian missionaries in the Japanese empire, 1921-1934. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

O'Day, R. (2006). Japanese wedding tourism to Canada: Re-thinking the Japan-Canada relationship in the
age of globalization
. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Okayama, S. (2006). Le public et le privé dans la « privatisation » des universités Japonaises. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Ota, Y. (2006). Arishma Takeo (1878-1923): A case study towards a better understanding of the Taisho
period.
JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Pirnes, H. (2006). Learning by developing – encouraging innovativeness in joint Japanese-Finnish elderly care
research and development project
. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Pussel, R. Rev. (2006). Chado: The Japanese way of tea. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Simon, S. (2006). Making natives: Japanese colonial policy and the creation of formosan indigeneity. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Takagaki, C. S. (2006). State shinto and the use of shrines in Japanese colonies. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Takeuchi, M. (2006). The reinforcement of cultural nationalism in Japan: An investigation of Japaneseness and “the notebook for the heart”. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Tanaka, Y. (2006). Telling the tales of diaspora. JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, Kamloops, British Columbia.