Published November 1997
by W. W. Norton & Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
An excellent book. It covers mainly three professions, the legal profession, journalism and academia. It describes how in these three professions, Japan tries to give the impression that it is an open society, where in reality, it is a closed society.4/5(7). Cartels of the Mind looks deeply into the causes of these cultural and institutional barriers, and examines ineffective past attempts to challenge them. Preview this book» What people are saying -. Cartels of The Mind: Japan’s Intellectual Closed Shop Ivan P. Hall A brilliant analysis of the most profound barrier-the core of the multi-layered onion-that isolates Japan from the rest of the world, Ivan Hall carefully documents how Japan systematically blocks access by foreign professionals to intellectual discourse and debate. An excellent book. It covers mainly three professions, the legal profession, journalism and academia. It describes how in these three professions, Japan tries to give the impression that it is an open society, where in reality, it is a closed society.
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