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Understanding Amae

The Japanese Concept of Need-Love (Collected Papers of Twentieth-Century Japanese Writers on Japan)

by Doi, Takeo

  • 17 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Global Oriental .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • The self, ego, identity, personality,
  • Social Psychology,
  • Psychology,
  • Japan,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Research & Methodology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8764053M
    ISBN 101901903281
    ISBN 109781901903287

    Emotion Measurement reviews academic and applied studies in order to highlight key elements of emotions which should be considered in the development and validation of newer commercial methods of emotion measurement. The goal of the book is practical, but the approach will be both academic and applied. In The Japanese Mind, Roger Davies offers Westerners an invaluable key to the unique aspects of Japanese culture. Readers of this book will gain a clear understanding of what makes the Japanese, and their society, tick. Among the topics explored: aimai (ambiguity), amae (dependence upon others' benevolence), amakudari (the nation's descent from heaven), /5(2).

      Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Amae no kōzō, Omote to ura, Sōseki no shinteki sekai, Understanding amae, Chiryōgaku, Hoiverusu Shinpu no kotoba, Le jeu de l'indulgence, . In The Japanese Mind, Roger Davies offers Westerners an invaluable key to the unique aspects of Japanese culture. Readers of this book will gain a clear understanding of what makes the Japanese, and their society, tick. Among the topics explored: aimai (ambiguity), amae (dependence upon others' benevolence), amakudari (the nation's descent from heaven), /5(7).

      Takeo Doi, a scholar who wrote that the Japanese psyche thrived on a love-hungry dependence on authority figures, died Sunday, his family said yesterday. He was To the Editor: In a recent book review (1), Rebecca Z. Solomon, M.D., stated the "Japanese concept of Doi, for which there is no equivalent in any other language, expresses the modulation of demandingness by appreciation of the condition of the one on whom the demand is made." The correct name of this concept is amae.


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Understanding Amae book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume brings together twenty-six of Professor Doi's principal pap /5. Understanding Amae (collected papers of twentieth-century japanese writers on japan) [Takeo Doi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This volume brings together twenty-six of Professor Doi s principal papers on the subject of the Japanese psyche and the subject of dependency (amae) published in English over the last fifty yearsCited by: 8. great book to get a better understanding about the Japanese mentality. if you bought the lasts edition it Is recommended to read the last chapter first and then the first to get a better understanding of amae/5.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Contents. Preface-- Foreword-- 1 Some Aspects of Japanese Psychiatry-- 2 Japanese Language as an Expression of Japanese Psychology-- 3 Amae: A Key Concept for Understanding Japanese personality Structure-- 4 Morita Therapy and Psychoanalysis-- 5 Some Thoughts on Helplessness and the Desire to be.

The Anatomy of Dependence by Takeo Doi is a look at one facet of Japanese society. Unlike other authors who study Japan as an entire society, Doi focuses on the aspect of unconditional love between parent and child and how it relates to the overarching characteristics of Japanese social by: Get this from a library.

Understanding amae: the Japanese concept of need-love: collected papers of Takeo Doi. [Takeo Doi] -- This volume brings together 27 of Professor Doi's most significant essays on the subject of dependency (amae) and the Japanese psyche, written in English over the last 50 years.

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The importance of the concept can be inferred from the fact that fifteen of seventeen chapters by imminent scholars in a recent compendium on Japanese childrearing (Shwalb & Shwalb ) cite the English translation of Doi's Japanese book, Amae no Koso.

Doi ( xv) defines amae as "indulgent dependency", rooted in the mother-child bond. Amae (甘え) is a Japanese word coined from the verb amaeru by Takeo Doi to serve as a noun, which he then used as a keyword to unlock, analytically, the behavior of a person attempting to induce an authority figure, such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss, to take care of verb itself is rarely used of oneself, but rather is applied descriptively to the behavior of other people.

Preface; Foreword; 1 Some Aspects of Japanese Psychiatry; 2 Japanese Language as an Expression of Japanese Psychology; 3 Amae: A Key Concept for Understanding Japanese personality Structure; 4 Morita Therapy and Psychoanalysis; 5 Some Thoughts on Helplessness and the Desire to be Loved; 6 Psychoanalytic Therapy and 'Western Man': A Cited by: 8.

Understanding Amae: the Japanese concept of Need-love. [Takeo Doi] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Japan is a complex country with an even more complex culture. This book offers some general insight and context for understanding Japan and its culture. It is especially helpful for understanding the basics of communicating Japanese people.

The chapters on tatemae, giri, amae and chinmoku are the most helpful.5/5(5). Understanding amae: the Japanese concept of need-love: collected papers of Takeo Doi / [foreword by Hirakawa Sukehiro].

series title Collected papers of twentieth century Japanese writers on Japan ; v Early life. Doi was born in Tokyo, Japan in He was a graduate of the University of Tokyo. Career. Doi was Professor Emeritus in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at the University of Tokyo and a medical adviser to St.

Luke's International Hospital in Tokyo. He was also Director of the National Institute of Mental Health in Japan. He taught at the University of Tokyo ( Born: MaTokyo, Japan.

In Takeo Doi's book, The Anatomy of Dependence, we learn about amae, or the reliance on others to do tasks that one is capable of performing them self. Use this short quiz/worksheet assessment to.

In The Japanese Mind, Roger Davies offers Westerners an invaluable key to the unique aspects of Japanese s of this book will gain a clear understanding of what makes the Japanese, and their society, tick. Among the topics explored: aimai (ambiguity), amae (dependence upon others' benevolence), amakudari (the nation's descent from heaven), 4/5(4).

It is quite difficult to find a perfect equivalent of Amae, however I would like to add some information that will help you understand what the key conception of Amae is. In the first place, you need to distinguish Amae proposed by Doi from Amae in usual use.

He used the word in the title of his book The Structure of 'Amae.' (The English title: The Anatomy of Dependence) As. The Paperback of the Understanding Japaneseness: A Fresh Look at Nipponjinron through.

Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. This book makes a distinctly new contribution as a theological anthropology of Japaneseness by paying careful attention to the religious sensibilities that undergird Japanese behavior. Amae as a Predominant Y Pages: Takeo Doi's "The Anatomy of Dependence" is in truth a psychological analysis of Japanese society through his linguistic interpretation of the Japanese concept of amae.

Though the title of the book translates amae as "dependence", the semantic meaning of the word has a much deeper importance in Japanese culture and has a more positive by:. He subsequently became professor at Tokyo University and then later appointed director of the National Institute of Mental Health, Tokyo.

His seven books concerning amae were published by the Kobundo press between andand his eight-volume selected writings, Doi Takeo senshu, were published by Iwanami Shoten in Cited by: 8. Amae (甘え) is a Japanese concept/word that is used to describe people’s behavior when you desire to be loved, you desire someone to take care of you, when you want unconsciously to be depending on another person (your parents, your wife/husband or even your boss) with a certain meaning of example, a person with lots of amae would be .indulgence” (, p.

8) and called Amae “a key concept for the understanding not only of the psychological makeup of the individual Japanese but of the structure of Japanese society as a whole” (, p. 28). Although Amae is a common word .