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Joseph C·Grew and US-Japan Relations (1932-1945)

Author Liang
Tutor ZhuShuGuang
School Suzhou Institute of Technology
Course World History
Keywords Japan Foreign experts Modernize Industrial Revolution Institution building
CLC K313
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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Since the end of the Tokugawa shogunate until the pre - Meiji Japan under severe external pressure forced to start the process of modernization , how to advance the cause of Modernization became the center of national development issues . Domestic undone , the lack of talent , it is difficult to master modern Western advanced knowledge and technology alone stir up the important task of modern construction . As soon as possible in order to achieve the transition to the modern nation from the shogunate , of the fan as well as the Meiji government spared no expense , the implementation of \Distribution of these specialists in the political, economic, cultural , educational , military and other fields , the beginning of a very small scale , influence is not great , and later the Meiji government adopted a more cautious attitude and selective , targeted employment policy experts from Western countries as a whole, has played a strong role in promoting Modernization in Japan . On the other hand , foreign experts active in Japan in various fields of modern construction also helped Japan to cultivate a large number of professional construction personnel , eventual independence to complete the modernization of business in Japan has laid a solid talent base . This article discusses the relationship of 1853-1890 , foreign experts and the modernization of Japan . The distribution characteristics of Japan, the introduction of foreign experts background, history and foreign experts , foreign experts during the industrial revolution in Japan , especially in the railway industry , the silk industry and mining sector activities focus on . In addition, discusses the role of foreign experts for the Modernization of Education in Japan and legal construction , a comprehensive analysis of the important contribution of foreign experts on the modernization of Japan . Through the study of the subject , will help us a new perspective to examine the reasons for the success of modern Japan . It is thanks to the guidance of foreign experts , Japan finally able to come to the fore, in the majority of non-Western countries with the lead in achieving a smooth transition to modern society .

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