Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi
Children's Time <br>George Hashiguchi

Children's Time
George Hashiguchi

Shogakukan, 1999
First edition
Hardcover with dust jacket, 222 pages, 190 x 243 mm
Text in Japanese
Condition: Near Fine. Minor shelf wear to dust jacket, otherwise in excellent condition

 

Children's Time is George [Joji] Hashiguchi’s series of 105 portraits of sixth graders whom he met during a trip from Hokkaido to Okinawa. The collection faces the same straight line as his previous publications 17-year-old map (1988), Father 1990) and Couple (1992).

In addition to its value as an archaeological record, Hashiguchi's point of view always captures the social landscape behind it. Working as a sociological ethnographer with a survey approach, Hashiguchi produces a unique overview of Japanese society with a sense of considerable sociocultural diversity in light of stereotypic reductions of Japan as a homogeneous entity.

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