A Comparative Sociological Analysis of the Japanese and American Corporation
Lulu.com, 2007 - 134 Seiten
We compare the Japanese corporation which grew to such great wealth and power in this historical context, with the American corporation, looking at both micro-level structures and processes like management systems and labor relations, and macro-level social and cultural contexts. The Japanese corporation will be shown to be oligopolistic, monopolistic, patriarchal and paternalistic, in which workers don'ÂÂt even own their own labor or their own bodies. By seeing how the Japanese corporation, manifests and articulates radically different cultural ideologies and social practices, it will perhaps enable to us see the U.S. corporation in a new light, that is, as a unique product of its history and culture and American social system.
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