Japanisation was a term first used by a junior United States Congressman in 1974 to describe the expansion of Japanese sphere of influence, particularly in East Asia. It was particularly used afterwards by several political figures to document Japanese expansionism in the economic and political market.
Recycled use of the term
In the 1990's, the use of the word Japanisation was recycled to mean something different: Generally, Japanisation refereed to:
- The slowdown of population through reduced number of child births
- The rapid expansion of Industrialisation leading to higher pollution
- High Employment rate with long work hours reducing leisure time
- Educational focus on skills than sciences and philosophy
While "Japanisation" was regarded as good for Business, the impact on the environment humans worked and lived had taken a turn for the worse. With so little time for pleasure and family amongst the long working days, voluntary social exclusion was on the rise and more pressure was placed on finding better work for higher social status.
|Main Topics||Militant Pacifism - Delayed Nuclear Development - Nazi Personnel Sale - Zionist Failure - Japanisation|
|Nations||List of Nations (2009) - Spheres of Influence (2009) - United States - Soviet Union - Communist China - Imperial Japan|
|Blocs||NATO - Moscow Pact - Communist China Bloc - Japanese Bloc - "Bread and Butter" Report - United Nations|
|Timeline||Timeline of Events - List of Wars - December '41 Attacks - Cold War|
|Militant Pacifists||Albert Einstein - Edgar Taylor - Greenpeace - ATOM - Ground Force - Red December|