Additional Publications of Takie Lebra

1998 Confucian Gender Role and Personal Fulfillment for Japanese Women, In Confucianism and the Family, ed. W. H. Slote and G. A. DeVos. Albany: State University of New York Press.

1997 Self and Other in Esteemed Status: The Changing Culture of the Japanese Royalty from Showa to Heisei. Journal of Japanese Studies 23:257-289.

1997 Self and Other in Esteemed Status: The Changing Culture of the Japanese Royalty from Showa to Heisei. Journal of Japanese Studies 23:257-289.

1996 Nihon bunka no ronri to ningenkan (Cultural logic behind the Japanese view of personhood). In Nihon bunka wa ishitsu ka (Is Japanese culture peculiar?), ed. E. Hamaguchi. Tokyo: NHK Books.

1995 Skipped and Postponed Adolescence of Aristocratic Women in Japan: Resurrecting the Culture/Nature Issue. Special Issue on Adolescence.Ethos 23 (1):78-101.

1995 Bosei ni miru shizen to bunka no kyokai: Kindai nihon no kizokuso to boshi kankei (Between nature and culture in motherhood: the modern Japanese aristocracy and mother-child relationship). In Gender no nihonshi (A Japanese history of gender), ed. H. Wakita. 2 vols. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. Vol.II.

1994 Mother and Child in Japanese Socialization: A Japanese-U.S. Comparison. In Cross-Cultural Roots of Minority Child Development, ed. P. M. Greenfield and R. R. Cocking. Northvale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers.

1994 Migawari: The Cultural Idiom of Self-Other Exchange in Japan. In Self as Person in Asian Theory and Practice, ed. R. T. Ames with W. Dissanayake and T. P. Kasulis. Albany: State University of New York Press.

1993 Culture, Self, and Communication in Japan and the United States. In Communication in Japan and the United States, ed. W. B. Gudykunst. Albany: State University of New York Press.

1991 Resurrecting Ancestral Charisma: Aristocratic Descendants in Contemporary Japan. Journal of Japanese Studies 17:59-78.

1989 Adoption among the Hereditary Elite of Japan: Status Preservation through Mobility. Ethnology 28:185-218.

1987 The Cultural Significance of Silence in Japanese Communication. Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication 6-4:343-357.

1985 Is Japan an Ie Society, and Ie Society a Civilization? (Symposium on Ie Society). Journal of Japanese Studies 11: 57-84.

1985 Josei o meguru shomondai: Onna no shugyo ni tsuite iken ga wakareru itsutsu no yoten (Women issues: Five sets of Contrastive views). In Hataraku onna-tachi no jidai (The era for working women), ed. H. Hara and M. Sugiyama. Tokyo: Nippon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai (NHK Books).

1984 Non-confrontational Strategies for Management of Interpersonal Conflicts. In Conflict in Japan, ed. E. S. Krauss, T. P. Rohlen, and P. G. Steinhoff. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

1983 Shame and Guilt: A Psychocultural View of the Japanese Self. Ethos 11: 192-209.

1982 Self-Reconstruction in Japanese Religious Psychotherapy. In Cultural Conceptions of Mental Health and Therapy, ed. A. J. Marsella and G. M. White. Dordrecht, Boston, and London: D. Reidel Publishing Company.

1982 Nippon no onna (Japanese women). In Onna no bunka jinruigaku (Cultural Anthropology of Women), ed. T. Ayabe. Tokyo: Kobundo.

1981 Japanese Women in Male Dominant Careers: Cultural Barriers and Accommodations for Sex-Role Transcendence. Ethnology 20: 291-306.

1980 Autonomy through Interdependence: The Housewives Labor Bank. The Japan Interpreter 13: 133-142.

1979 Togoteki josei kenkyu o mezashite (Toward an integrative study of women). Minzokugaku Kenkyu (Japanese Journal of Ethnology) 44:105-132.

1979 The Dilemma and Strategies of Aging among Contemporary Japanese Women. Ethnology 18: 337-353.

1978 Japanese Women and Marital Strain. Ethos 6: 22-41.

1976 Ancestral Influence on the Suffering of the Descendants in a Japanese Cult. In Ancestors, ed. W. H. Newell. The Hague: Mouton Publishers.

1976 Taking the Role of the Supernatural "Other": Spirit Possession in a Japanese Healing Cult. In Culture-Bound Syndromes, Ethnopsychiatry, and Alternate Therapies, ed. W. P. Lebra. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

1975 An Alternative Approach to Reciprocity. American Anthropologist 77: 550-585.

1975 Dogi kankaku no bunka-teki ruijisei, soisei (Cross-cultural similarities and differences in moral sensitivity). In Rinsho shinrigaku no kiso (Foundations of clinical social psychology), ed. K. Ogino, H. Aiba, and H. Minami. Tokyo: Seishin Shobo.

1974 Co-editor, Japanese Culture and Behavior: Selected Readings. 1st Edition. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

1974 Interactional Perspective of Suffering and Curing in a Japanese Cult. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 20: 281-286.

1974 Intergenerational Continuity and Discontinuity in Moral Values among Japanese. In Youth, Socialization, and Mental Health, ed. W. P. Lebra. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

1973 Compensative Justice and Moral Investment among Japanese, Chinese, and Koreans. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 157: 278-291.

1973 Shakai jinruigaku-teki ni mita nihonjin no kokoro to kodo (The Japanese mind and behavior in social anthropology perspective). Kokoro to shakai (Mind and society) 4: 35-46.

1972 Millenarian Movements and Resocialization. American Behavioral Scientist 16: 195-217.

1972 Religious Conversion and Elimination of the Sick Role. In Transcultural Research in Mental Health, ed. W. P. Lebra. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

1972 Reciprocity-Based Moral Sanctions and Messianic Salvation. American Anthropologist 74: 391-407.

1972 Acculturation Dilemma: The Function of Japanese Moral Values for Americanization. Council on Anthropology and Education Newsletters 3, No. 1: 6-13.

1971 The Social Mechanism of Guilt and Shame: The Japanese Case. Anthropological Quarterly 44: 241-255.

1970. Religious Conversion as a Breakthrough in Transculturation: A Japanese Sect in Hawaii. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 9: 181-196.

1969-70. The Logic of Salvation: The Case of a Japanese Sect in Hawaii. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 16: 45-53.