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Why Many Japanese Say They have No Religion: Collective Spirituality, Family and Law

Many Japanese say that they have no religion. One reason is the decline of collective spirituality in their religious activities due to legal changes imposed during the American occupation.

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Liberal Education in Japan: Deweyan Experiments

The Japanese liberal education movement, which flourished during the years 1915-30, was an upsurge of experimentation with new methods of teaching, many of which resembled the ideas of John Dewey.

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