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veiling Ogatamura by Wood Donald C. 3pcA2Kcl

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Following the Second World War a massive land reclamation project to boost Japan's rice production capacity led to the transformation of the shallow lagoon of Hachirogata in Akita Prefecture into a seventeen-thousand-hectare expanse of farmland. In 1964 the village of Ogata-mura was founded on the empoldered land inside the lagoon and nearly six hundred pioneers from across the country were brought to settle there. The village was to be a model of a new breed of highly mechanized efficient rice agriculture; however the village's purpose was jeopardized when the demand for rice fell and the goal of creating an egalitarian farming community was threatened as individual entrepreneurialism took root and as the settlers became divided into political factions that to this day continue to struggle for control of the village. Based on seventeen years of research this book explores the process of Ogatamura's development from the planning stages to the present. An intensive ethnographic study of the relationship between land reclamation agriculture and politics in regional Japan it traces the internal social effects of the village's economic transformations while addressing the implications of national policy at the municipal and regional levels.