By Yoshio Sugimoto
This revised version has been up-to-date to hide advancements within the 5 years because the first version used to be released. Yoshio Sugimoto demanding situations the conventional idea that Japan is an homogeneous society with few cultural and social disparities.
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In the writings of Marx, Weber, and Durkheim, for instance, China, India, and Pacific islands are studied primarily as traditional societies for comparative purposes, but none of these scholars made any meaningful reference to Japan. Even today, Habermas, who talks much about the need to redefine the concept of modernity, makes little mention of Japan. In anthropology, it is almost trite to distinguish two types of concepts. One type consists of emic concepts, which are specific and peculiar to a particular culture and meaningful only to its members.
This means that a negative correlation exists between intra- and inter-societal cultural relativism. The more we emphasize inter-societal cultural differences, the more cultural homogeneity we presume, thereby affirming an assumption of internal cultural imperialism. 86 Notes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 See Mouer and Sugimoto 1986, p. 150. Befu 1990a, pp. 145–7; Mouer and Sugimoto 1987, p. 12. Doi 1971 and 1973. Nakane 1967, 1970, and 1978. Ishida 1983, pp. 23–47. For example, Umesao 1986; Yamamoto 1989; Sakaiya 1991 and 1993; Umehara 1990.
Honne designates true feelings and desires which cannot be openly expressed because of the strength of tatemae. If tatemae corresponds to “political correctness,” honne points to hidden, camouflaged, and authentic sentiment. Thus, an employee who expresses dedication to his company boss in accordance with the corporate tatemae of loyalty and harmony, may do so because of his honne ambition for promotion and other personal gains. Or an advocate of the tatemae principle of the unique place of Japanese rice in Japanese culture may be a farmer whose honne may lie in the promotion of his agricultural interests.
An Introduction to Japanese Society, Second Edition by Yoshio Sugimoto