Kamikaze Biker: Parody and Anomy in Affluent Japan

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In this firsthand account of high-risk car and motorcycle racing in Japan, Ikuya Sato shows how affluence and consumerism have spawned various experimental and deviant life-styles among youth. "Kamikaze Biker" offers an intriguing look at a form of delinquency in a country traditionally thought to be devoid of social problems. "Ikuya Sato's "Kamikaze Biker" is an exceptionally fine ethnographic analysis of a recurrent form of Japanese collective youth deviance. . . . Sato has contributed a work of value to a wide range of scholarly audiences."--Jack Katz, "Contemporary Sociology" "A must for anyone interested in Japan, juvenile delinquency and/or youth behavior in general, or the impact of affluence on society."-- "Choice" "The volume provides a sophisticated . . . discussion of changes happening in Japanese society in the early 1980s. As such, it serves as a window on the 1990s and beyond."--Ross Mouer, "Asian Studies Review" " "Kamikaze Biker" is a superlative study, one that might help liberate American social science from the simplistic notion that behavior not directly contributing to economic productivity should be summarily dismissed as 'dangerous' and 'deviant.' "-- "Los Angeles Times Book Review"

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Descripción The University of Chicago Press, United States, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New edition. 227 x 151 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this firsthand account of high-risk car and motorcycle racing in Japan, Ikuya Sato shows how affluence and consumerism have spawned various experimental and deviant life-styles among youth. Kamikaze Biker offers an intriguing look at a form of delinquency in a country traditionally thought to be devoid of social problems. Ikuya Sato s Kamikaze Biker is an exceptionally fine ethnographic analysis of a recurrent form of Japanese collective youth deviance. . . . Sato has contributed a work of value to a wide range of scholarly audiences. --Jack Katz, Contemporary Sociology A must for anyone interested in Japan, juvenile delinquency and/or youth behavior in general, or the impact of affluence on society. -- Choice The volume provides a sophisticated . . . discussion of changes happening in Japanese society in the early 1980s. As such, it serves as a window on the 1990s and beyond. --Ross Mouer, Asian Studies Review Kamikaze Biker is a superlative study, one that might help liberate American social science from the simplistic notion that behavior not directly contributing to economic productivity should be summarily dismissed as dangerous and deviant. -- Los Angeles Times Book Review. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780226735283

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Descripción The University of Chicago Press, United States, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New edition. 227 x 151 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this firsthand account of high-risk car and motorcycle racing in Japan, Ikuya Sato shows how affluence and consumerism have spawned various experimental and deviant life-styles among youth. Kamikaze Biker offers an intriguing look at a form of delinquency in a country traditionally thought to be devoid of social problems. Ikuya Sato s Kamikaze Biker is an exceptionally fine ethnographic analysis of a recurrent form of Japanese collective youth deviance. . . . Sato has contributed a work of value to a wide range of scholarly audiences. --Jack Katz, Contemporary Sociology A must for anyone interested in Japan, juvenile delinquency and/or youth behavior in general, or the impact of affluence on society. -- Choice The volume provides a sophisticated . . . discussion of changes happening in Japanese society in the early 1980s. As such, it serves as a window on the 1990s and beyond. --Ross Mouer, Asian Studies Review Kamikaze Biker is a superlative study, one that might help liberate American social science from the simplistic notion that behavior not directly contributing to economic productivity should be summarily dismissed as dangerous and deviant. -- Los Angeles Times Book Review. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780226735283

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Descripción The University of Chicago Press, United States, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New edition. 227 x 151 mm. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In this firsthand account of high-risk car and motorcycle racing in Japan, Ikuya Sato shows how affluence and consumerism have spawned various experimental and deviant life-styles among youth. Kamikaze Biker offers an intriguing look at a form of delinquency in a country traditionally thought to be devoid of social problems. Ikuya Sato s Kamikaze Biker is an exceptionally fine ethnographic analysis of a recurrent form of Japanese collective youth deviance. . . . Sato has contributed a work of value to a wide range of scholarly audiences. --Jack Katz, Contemporary Sociology A must for anyone interested in Japan, juvenile delinquency and/or youth behavior in general, or the impact of affluence on society. -- Choice The volume provides a sophisticated . . . discussion of changes happening in Japanese society in the early 1980s. As such, it serves as a window on the 1990s and beyond. --Ross Mouer, Asian Studies Review Kamikaze Biker is a superlative study, one that might help liberate American social science from the simplistic notion that behavior not directly contributing to economic productivity should be summarily dismissed as dangerous and deviant. -- Los Angeles Times Book Review. Nº de ref. de la librería BTE9780226735283

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Descripción The University of Chicago Press. Paperback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, Kamikaze Biker: Parody and Anomy in Affluent Japan (New edition), Ikuya Sato, Gerald D. Suttles, In this firsthand account of high-risk car and motorcycle racing in Japan, Ikuya Sato shows how affluence and consumerism have spawned various experimental and deviant life-styles among youth. "Kamikaze Biker" offers an intriguing look at a form of delinquency in a country traditionally thought to be devoid of social problems. "Ikuya Sato's "Kamikaze Biker" is an exceptionally fine ethnographic analysis of a recurrent form of Japanese collective youth deviance. . . . Sato has contributed a work of value to a wide range of scholarly audiences."--Jack Katz, "Contemporary Sociology" "A must for anyone interested in Japan, juvenile delinquency and/or youth behavior in general, or the impact of affluence on society."-- "Choice" "The volume provides a sophisticated . . . discussion of changes happening in Japanese society in the early 1980s. As such, it serves as a window on the 1990s and beyond."--Ross Mouer, "Asian Studies Review" " "Kamikaze Biker" is a superlative study, one that might help liberate American social science from the simplistic notion that behavior not directly contributing to economic productivity should be summarily dismissed as 'dangerous' and 'deviant.' "-- "Los Angeles Times Book Review". Nº de ref. de la librería B9780226735283

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