Japanese Bosses, Chinese Workers
Power and Control in a Hongkong Megastore
Examines the ways in of organising work, rank, compensation, and promotion inside a large Japanese company in Hong Kong, and its spiritual training, to reveal the socio-economic base of managerial control. A must for anthropologists and Japanologists.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Fumei as Regional ‘Supermarket’, Ogawa Family Company, and Religious Group; Chapter 3 Fumei as a Kaisha; Chapter 4 Fumei Comes to Hong Kong; Chapter 5 The Organisational and Spatial Aspects of Fumei Hong Kong; Chapter 6 Organised Dependence; Chapter 7 The Institutional Culture I; Chapter 8 The Institutional Culture II; Chapter 9 Conclusion; Chapter 10 Afterword;
Wong Heung Wah
'This is a fascinating study a fascinating ethnographic case study' - Bill W.K. Taylor, The China Journal