I will pay for the following article Anthropology of Japan. The work is to be 7 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Secondly, the taken-for-granted political ideology that has long afflicted the emerging social sciences practitioners meant that the nation-state has become regarded as not simply the main but the only geographic unit of account. Indeed, to the extent that geography now meant anything at all, it was an accounting of facts about this or that state with respect to resources, cultural characteristics, and commercial possibilities. Potential geographic entities other than state territories could have no role in a modern world in which the nation-state is the highest form of political and social organization (Agnew). The paper would research on bombing and peace in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In addition, the writings on the paper would reflect what has been discussed in class.
A static view of a place as naturally associated with traditional or pre-capitalist society has become enshrined in much modern social science. Living in a place, from such point of view mentioned, is a similar character to step into Kinkade Thomas painting and enjoying sociability without self-affectionate of a global community long since it was lost. Today, the place takes on a misty glow as a concept whose shelf life has long since run out. This putting place in the past has made it next to impossible to argue the merits of place as a concept with any sort of theoretical equivalence to those such as class, status, nation, state, and firm. Only as location, and that of diminishing impact has the term kept up much of any significance.
In Hiroshima, a museum was constructed after the atomic bomb attack and it has a message that it communicates to people. Those people who visit the place are being educated by including both the politics and science of the atom that was used to attack the city. The outcome is raised awareness of potential hazards and whether from the destruction of the nuclear power plant in Fukushima. .