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Lien social et sociétés locales dans les villes du japon moderne Les associations d’habitants et les travailleurs défavorisés d’avant-guerre à Ōsaka

Abstract : Urban history in modern Japan – i.e. from the Meiji period until the Second World War – has mainly focused on the changes in institutions and policies. Only recently have researchers focused their interest on urban societies. The special Ōsaka dossier in Histoire urbaine gives an overview of the most recent research on the metropolis of the Kansai region, inspired by methods that have already been applied to the historiography of cities of the Edo period. This research sheds light on how this city’s society lived through the transition from the traditional society of the Tokugawa Shogunate and the era of capitalism and the triumphant modern state of the 20th century: in terms of changes in neighbourhood institutions and their ties with local politics until the Interwar period, or the exploitation of poor labourers in all business sectors, this era saw the appearance of certain issues that continue to affect Ōsaka’s urban society.
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Guillaume Carré, Ashita Saga. Lien social et sociétés locales dans les villes du japon moderne Les associations d’habitants et les travailleurs défavorisés d’avant-guerre à Ōsaka. Osaka 1868-1945 : modernités japonaises - Usages politiques de la rue, 2019, pp.57-79. ⟨10.3917/rhu.055.0057⟩. ⟨halshs-02489725⟩

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