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This volume's focus is on the northern Kyushu pottery community, Sarayama, its social organization, and relationship to the Japanese folk craft movement (mingei) established by Yanagi Soetsu in the 1920s. Moeran provides analyses that compare the theories of Yanagi to the actual workings of the community.
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Brian Moeran is Professor of Business Anthropology at the Copenhagen Business School and founding Editor of the Open Access Journal of Business Anthropology.Review:
"Moeran provides analyses that are thorough, at times brilliant, and constantly compare the theories of Yanagi to the actual workings of the community."
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