Contributions to Psychohistory: XIX. Kamikaze Pilots: The Japanese versus the American Perspective

@article{Krus1992ContributionsTP,
  title={Contributions to Psychohistory: XIX. Kamikaze Pilots: The Japanese versus the American Perspective},
  author={David J. Krus and Yoshiaki Ishigaki},
  journal={Psychological Reports},
  year={1992},
  volume={70},
  pages={599 - 602}
}
Semantic differential ratings of Kamikaze pilots by 90 Japanese and 37 American subjects are contrasted. The observed differences are interpreted within the context of Hasegawa's phenomenological analysis of contemporary Japanese society. 
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