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Doctoral Dissertations on the Allied Occupation of Japan, 1945-52

Doctoral Dissertations on the Allied Occupation of Japan, 1945-52

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日本占領関係米国学位論文

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図書

数量

77冊

請求記号

Diss-1~Diss-77

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1980年に購入した。

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  • 1. Ajami, Ismail. Land Reform: A Scatological Interpretation. Cornell University (Ph.D. in Rural Sociology). 1964
  • 2. Aoki, Hideo. The Effect of American Ideas upon Japanese Higher Education. Stanford University (Ph.D. in Education). 1957
  • 3. Baltz, William Matthew. The Role of American Educators in the Decentralization and Reorganization of Education in Postwar Japan (1945-1952). State University of New York at Buffalo (Ed.D.). 1965
  • 4. Beer, Lawrence Ward. The Doctrine of the Public Welfare and the Freedom of Assembly under the Constitution of Japan. University of Washington (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1966
  • 5. Benoit, Edward George. A Study of Japanese Education as Influenced by the Occupation. Michigan State University (Ed.D.). 1958
  • 6. Blumhagen, Herman Herbert. Nationalistic Policies and Japanese Public Education from 1928 to March 31, 1947. Rutgers University (Ed. D.). 1957
  • 7. Boyes, Jon Lippitt. The Political Adviser (POLAD): The Role of the Diplomatic Adviser to Selected United States and North Atlantic Military Commanders. University of Maryland (Ph.D. in Government and Politics). 1971
  • 8. Brett, Cecil Carter. The Government of Okayama Prefecture: A Case Study of Local Autonomy in Japan. The University of Michigan (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1956
  • 9. Chang, Yu-nan. American Security Problems in the Far East, 1950-1952. University of Washington (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1954
  • 10. Chapman, John Griffin. The Re-education of the Japanese People. University of Houston (Ed.D.). 1954
  • 11&12. Cheng, Peter Ping-chii. A study of John Foster Dulles' Diplomatic strategy in the Far East. Southern Illinois University (Ph.D. in Government). 1964. 2 vols.
  • 13. Creemers, Wilhelmus Helena Martinus. Shrine Shinto after World War II, 1945-1965. Columbia University (Ph.D.). 1966
  • 14&15. Cumings Bruce Glenn. The Politics of Liberation: Korea, 1945-1947. Columbia University (Ph.D., in Political Science) 1977. 2 vols.
  • 16. Dunn, Keith Alan. A Conflict of World Views: The United States, the Soviet Union, and Peace with Hitler's Former Allies. University of Missouri at Columbia (Ph.D. in History). 1973
  • 17. Edwards, Catherine Rita. U.S. Policy Towards Japan, 1945-1951: Rejection of Revolution.. University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D., in Political Science). 1978
  • 18. Edwards, Marie Alice. Political Activities of Japanese Postwar Labor Unions. Northwestern University (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1956
  • 19. Esterly, Henry Hermon. Japanese High Seas Fisheries and the International Politics of the Occupation, 1945-1951. Columbia University (Ph.D.). 1965
  • 20. Gormly, James LeRoy. In Search of a Postwar Settlement: The London and Moscow Foreign Ministers Conferences and the Origins of the Cold War. The University of Connecticut (Ph.D. in History). 1977
  • 21. Hanson, John Frederick. The Trial of Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma Mississippi State University (Ph. Mississippi State University (Ph.D. in History). 1977
  • 22. Harari, Ehud. The Politics of Labor Legislation in Japan. University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1968
  • 23&24. Haslett, Jacqueline G. A History of Physical Education and Sports in Japan from 1868 through 1972. Boston University (Ed.D.). 1977. 2 vols.
  • 25. Heller, Maxine Jacobson. The Treatment of Defeated War Leaders. Columbia University (Ph.D.). 1965
  • 26. Henriques, Paul Robert. The Political Development of Japanese Labor and the February 2, 1947 General Strike Movement. Claremont Graduate School (Ph.D. in Government). 1975
  • 27. Higa, Mikio. The Role of Bureaucracy in Contemporary Japanese Politics. University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D.. in Political Science). 1968
  • 28. Hilgenberg, James Frederic, JR. The American Business Press and The Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952. West Virginia University (Ph.D.). 1978
  • 29. Hutchinson, Edmond Carlton. Inflation and Stabilization in Post-War Japan. University of Virginia (Ph.D. in Economics). 1954
  • 30. Johnston, Bruce Foster. Food and Agriculture in Japan, 1880-1950. Stanford University (Ph.D., Food Research Institute). 1953
  • 31. Kao, Ming-huey. An Analysis of Moral Education in Japanese Public Schools, 1945-1960. Southern Illinois University (Ph.D. in Educational Administration and Supervision). 1964
  • 32. Kerlinger, Frederick Nichols. The Development of Democratic Control in Japanese Education: A Study of Attitude Change in Shikoku, 1948-1949. The University of Michigan (Ph.D.). 1953
  • 33&34. Kil Soong Hoom. The Dodge Line and the Japanese Conservative Party. The University of Michigan (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1977. 2 vols.
  • 35. Kirn, Paul Sunik. The Higher Public Service in Japan: An Introductory Analysis of Japanese Administrative Behavior. New York University (Ph.D.). 1964
  • 36. Klein, Sidney. The Pattern of Land Tenure Reform in East Asia after World War II. Columbia University (Ph.D. in Economics). 1957
  • 37. Kobayashi, Tatsuo. The Land Reform in Japan. University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics). 1970
  • 38. Ladenburger, John F. The Philosophy of International Politics of John Foster Dulles 1919-1952. The University of Connecticut (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1969
  • 39. Lee, Kenneth Bok. The Postwar Reforms and Educational Development in Japan, 1945-1970. University of Southern California (Ph.D. in Education). 1974
  • 40. Mattern, Carolyn Jane. The Man on the Dark Horse: The Presidential Campaigns for General Douglas MacArthur, 1944 & 1948. The University of Wisconsin at Madison (Ph.D. in History). 1976
  • 41. McNelly, Theodore Hart. Domestic and International Influence on Constitutional Revision in Japan, 1945-1946. Columbia University (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1952
  • 42. Miller, Ernest Roy. Mission to Japan. University of Cincinnati (Ed. P.). 1977
  • 43. Mitchell, Richard Hanks. The Korean Minority in Japan, 1910-1963. The University of Wisconsin at Madison (Ph.D. in History). 1963
  • 44. Miwa, Keiko. Analysis of the Effect of Major American Ideas upon the Organization of Japanese Higher Education from 1946 to 1967. Washington State University (Ed. D.). 1969
  • 45. Moore, Joe Baldwin. Production Control and the Postwar Crisis of Japanese Capitalism, 1945-1946. The University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.D., in History). 1978
  • 46. Moos, Felix. Inertia and Change: Elements of the Japanese Family and Kinship Organization since 1945. University of Washington (Ph.D. in Anthropology). 1963
  • 47. Murata, Suzuko. A Study of the Impact of the American Educational System on Higher Education In Japan. Indiana University (Ph.D. in Education). 1969
  • 48. Nishi, Toshio. Politics of Freedom: American Occupation of Japan 1945-1952. University of Washington (Ph.D. in Communications). 1976
  • 49. Nomura, Gail Mieko. The Allied Occupation of Japan: Reform of Japanese Government Labor Policy on Women.. University of Hawaii (Ph.D.). 1979
  • 50&51. Oakley, Deborah Jane Hacker. The Development of Population Policy in Japan, 1945-1952, and American Participation.. The University of Michigan (Ph.D. in Population Planning). 1977. 2 vols.
  • 52. Obata, Yoshihiro. The Band in Japan from 1945 to 1970: A Study of Its History and the Factors Influencing Its Growth during This Period.. Michigan State University (Ph.D. in Music). 1974
  • 53. O'Connell, Alfred Christopher. Junior College Education in Japan. Columbia University Teachers College (Ed.D.). 1965
  • 54. Oh, Ki Song. Land Reform in Communist China and Postwar Japan. University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D. in International Relations). 1966
  • 55. Okajima, Eiichi. The Japanese Peace Treaty and Its Implications for Japan's Post-War Foreign Policy, New York University (Ph. New York University (Ph.D. in United Nations and World Affairs). 1956
  • 56. Olson, Gary Lee. Land Reform as a Political Instrument of American Foreign Policy: Consequences for Third World Development. University of Colorado (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1973
  • 57. Pempel, T. John . The Politics of Higher Education in Postwar Japan. Columbia University (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1974
  • 58. Petty, Edward Avin. Directed Change and Culture Adhesion: A Study of Functional Integration in the Police Administration of Japan. University of Southern California (Ph.D. in Public Administration). 1961
  • 59. Piccigallo, Philip Rocco. In the Shadow of Nuremberg: Trials of Japanese in the East, 1945-1951. The City University of New York (Ph.D. in History). 1977
  • 60. Ramineni, Ayyanna. A Comparative Analysis of the Kaldor Indian Tax Reforms and the Shoup Mission Japanese Tax Reforms. University of Minnesota (Ph.D. in Economics). 1966
  • 61. Riley, Walter Lee. The International Military Tribunal for the Far East and the Law of the Tribunal as Revealed by the Judgment and the Concurring and Dissenting Opinions. University of Washington (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1957
  • 62. Ro, Chun Whang. The Origins and Interpretation of the 1951 U. Southern Illinois University (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1977
  • 63. Ryoo, Jae-Kap. Land Reform and Its Effects on Social Equality in Japanand Taiwan: A Comparative Study.. Indiana University (Ph. D.) 1978
  • 64. Scott, John Richard. The Effect of the Cold War upon the Occupation of Japan. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1952
  • 65. Seigal, Albert M. A.. United States Policy Toward Okinawa, 1945-1972. West Virginia University (Ph.D.) 1978
  • 66. Shiels, Frederick Lambert. The American Experience in Okinawa: A Case Study for Foreign Policy and Decision-Making Theory.. Cornell University, (Ph.D., in Political Science) 1978
  • 67. Soukup, James Rudolph. Labor and Politics in Postwar Japan: A Study of the Political Attitudes and Activities of Selected Labor Organizations. The University of Michigan (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1957
  • 68. Steiner, Kurt. Local Government in Japan. Stanford University (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1955
  • 69. Svensson, Eric H. F.. The Military Occupation of Japan: The First Years. Planning, Policy Formulation, and Reforms.. University of Denver (Ph.D. in History). 1966
  • 70. Takizawa, Makoto. Japanese Rearmament: A Dilemma in the Search for Peace and Security. The Florida State University (Ph.D.). 1967
  • 71. Tatara, Toshio. 1400 Years of Japanese Social Work from Its Origins through the Allied Occupation, 552-1952. Bryn Mawr College (Ph.D. in Social Work and Social Research). 1975
  • 72. Tsuneishi, Warren Michlo. The Japanese Emperor: A Study in Constitutional and Political Change. Yale University (Ph.D. in Political Science). 1960
  • 73. Tuma, Elias Hanna. Economics, Politics, and Land Tenure Reform: A Comparative Study. University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D. in Economics). 1962
  • 74. Tsurumi, Kazuko. Adult Socialization and Social Change: Japan before and after Defeat in World War II. Princeton University (Ph.D. in Sociology). 1967
  • 75. Wang, Yu-san. Sino-Japanese Peace Making and Settlement. University of Pennsylvania (Ph.D. in International Relations). 1968
  • 76. Ward, Pat Dawson. James F. Byrnes and the Council of Foreign Ministers, 1945-1946.. University of Texas at Austin (Ph.D. in History). 1975
  • 77. Yamamura, Kozo. Competition and Monopoly in Japan, 1945-1961. Northwestern University (Ph.D. in Economics). 1964
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