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- Kashima is a port city in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
- Kashima is a city located in the southern part of Saga Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan.
- Kashima is a town located in Kamimashiki District, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
- Kashima was a town located in Sōma District, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.
- Kashima was a town located in Yatsuka District, Shimane Prefecture, Japan.
- also known as Kashima, Shimane
- part of Japan
"Kashima" is a book by Richard Taylor Lewis.
- also known as "Kashima: the politics of regional economic development in Japan"
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Creating Cultural Synergies (2012)
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Interculturality and Interreligiosity by Birgit Breninger, Thomas Kaltenbacher
Yoshishia Kashima is a social psychologist who grew up in Tokyo, was academically socialized in Japan (law studies at Tokyo University) as well as in the USA (BA in psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and PhD from ...
Culture and Social Change (2012)
Transforming Society through the Power of Ideas by Brady Wagoner, Eric Jensen, Julian A. Oldmeadow
Yoshi Kashima is a professor of psychology at the University of Melbourne. E- mail: ...
The Spirit of Missions (1897)
The kashima is an institution of Shamanism. It is a large, common room, built underground, and answers the purpose of a council-room, workshop, dance- hall , bath-house, and in the hands of the shamans tends to hold the people in bond.
by Tom Dunmore
KASHIMA ANTLERS .
A Concise Dictionary of the Principal Roads, Chief Towns and Villages of Japan, with Population, Post Offices, Etc (1889)
Together with Lists of Ken, Kuni, Kōri, and Railways by Willis Norton Whitney
Kashima ßg g Hizen (Saga) ; Oda- Kashima-kaidö, Ushitsu-Yue kaidö; poo*. Pop. 4,122. Kashima ]¡g g Iwaki (Fukushima); Miyagi-ken-Sendai-kaidö, poo*. Pop. 1,234- Kashimo Jn ...
Encyclopedia of Volcanoes (1999)
by Haraldur Sigurdsson, Bruce Houghton, Hazel Rymer, John Stix, Steve McNutt
FIGURE 5 Evolution of volcanic island to guyot stage, ending with subduction of the edifice: the Daiichi Kashima seamount (Japan trench) illustrated. The Barremian to early Aptian midplate volcano originated on 20-Ma-old oceanic crust in ...
Science Encyclopedia (2016)
Atom Smashing, Food Chemistry, Animals, Space, and More! by National Geographic Society (U. S.), National Geographic Kids
because the god Kashima kept him pinned down with a SEISMC WAVES ganto.
by Brian Bocking
Kashima. jingū. A major ...
by Yan, Zheng
Previous studies showed high generalized trust is associated with greater network closure (Igarashi, Kashima, Kashima, Facides, Kim, Strack, Werth & Yuki, 2008). The tele-cocooning hypothesis suggests a possible negative relationship ...
by John M Levine, Michael A. Hogg
Yoshihisa Kashima See also Assimilation and Acculturation; Collective Self; Collectivism/Individualism; Culture of Honor; Emergent Norm Theory; Immigration ; Initiation Rites; Levels of Analysis; Minority Groups in Society; Multiculturalism; ...
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