Japanese Culture and Women Argumentative Essay by The Research Group

Japanese Culture and Women
Shows how Terry Kawashima argues that women in medieval Japan were marginalized by men in power.
# 69821 | 2,300 words | 7 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (Poetry) , Women Studies (Culture) , Asian Studies (General)

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This paper discusses Terry Kawashima's argument that women in medieval Japan were marginalized by the Buddhist monks and men in power. It uses the example of poet Ono no Komachi and the changing views of her story to compare and contrast this theory with 3 other slightly different ideas.

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"This paper outlines Terry Kawashima's theory of discursive marginalization of women with regard to the female poet Ono no Komachi. It compares her argument with the ways that Sarah M Strong B Faure and Michael Marra explicate the relationship of the ..."

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