Shall_We_Dance_1_[1] revised

Shall_We_Dance_1_[1] revised - Richard Haynie PUP 200 Kim...

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Richard Haynie PUP 200 Kim Joochul 11/22/06 Economic Growth… Good or Bad? In the film, Shall We Dance , directed by Masayuki Suo, there are major planning issues that deal with the urban cities of modern day Japan. Since the 19 th century, under the Meiji reformation, Japan has been modernizing itself to western industrialization. In 1945 Japan lost the war to the United States. Under the US’s supervision Japan continued to grow and as an industrialized modern nation. Early after the war Japanese products were considered to be inferior, and of bad quality, but in recent years this has changed. Japan has managed in the last few years to bring itself into status of the second best economy in the world. This tremendous growth has contributed to large urban cites developing in Japan in a very small time frame. This rapid growth has contributed to issues with the urban environment, and urban density and culture.
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course PUP 200 taught by Professor Yang during the Fall '06 term at ASU.

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