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What do you believe is the cause of this problem? Abstract: Portrays the changes largely due to western influences in the urban lifestyle of early 20th century Kyoto, based on the diary of a merchant's wife, Makiko Nakano. A wide variety of organizations, from the church to business and government, appreciate the value added by a trained anthropologist. Discuss clues of human history through recovered physical remains and items.

Pages: 252

Publisher: McGraw; First Edition edition (1969)

ISBN: 003702776X

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