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Contemporary Incidence and Mortality Rates of Neuroendocrine Prostate Cancer.
AIM The purpose of the study was to provide an update ever the incidence and mortality for neuroendocrine prostate cancer (NEPC) in the United States. PATIENTS AND METHODS Using a large nationalExpand
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The Problem of Changing Language Communities: Veterans and Memory Writing in China, Taiwan, and Japan*
  • A. Moore
  • Sociology
  • Modern Asian Studies
  • 1 March 2011
Abstract This paper examines the role that veterans played in the construction of historical memory narratives in mainland China, Taiwan, and Japan. I argue that veterans, who had long established aExpand
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The Chimera of Privacy: Reading Self-Discipline in Japanese Diaries from the Second World War (1937-1945)
This article has two main goals for its examination of wartime diaries: (1) to argue against the idea that a diary’s reliability is directly related to the degree of privacy that its author enjoyed,Expand
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Writing War: Soldiers Record the Japanese Empire
Historians have made widespread use of diaries to tell the story of the Second World War in Europe but have paid little attention to personal accounts from the Asia-Pacific Theater. Writing War seeksExpand
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From Individual Child to War Youth: The Construction of Collective Experience among Evacuated Japanese Children during World War II
ABSTRACT Studies of childhood in Japan frequently neglect to engage with the texts and images that young people produced, focusing instead on the adult imagination of youth. By looking solely atExpand
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Historical Interrogations of Japanese Children amid Disaster and War, 1920–1945
ABSTRACT Historical research on modern Japan has often given insufficient attention to the lives and experiences of children and young people. However, this situation is beginning to change, asExpand
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Essential Ingredients of Truth: Japanese Soldiers' Diaries in the Asia Pacific War
In the last decade, numerous film and print media treatments of the Second World War have focused on the “soldier’s perspective.” Because the wartime generation is now rapidly disappearing, postwarExpand