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The City as SubjectSeki Hajime and the Reinvention of Modern Osaka$
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Jeffrey Hanes

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780520228498

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520228498.001.0001

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A Portrait of the Economist as a Young Man

A Portrait of the Economist as a Young Man

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(p.10) 1 A Portrait of the Economist as a Young Man
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The City as Subject
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Jeffrey E. Hanes

Publisher:
University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520228498.003.0002

This chapter contains portraits of the young Seki Hajime that are inserted in narrated time, which offers a window on his youth. The author integrated photographic records to follow the course of Seki Hajime's journey from childhood to adulthood. The photographs are placed in a chronological order to serve as signposts and to trace Seki's youth. They photographs not only serve as a record on the biological transformation of Seki into a man, but also as a record of his youthful socialization, and his personal and professional successes. The photographs furthermore reveal Seki to be a young boy who was nurtured with care by a loving father, an adolescent who learned discipline and perseverance from his mother, a teenager who was abruptly thrust into manhood, a gifted student who later distinguished himself as a respected teacher, and how he took to the road toward being a respected economist.

Keywords:   portrait, Seki Hajime, economist, youth, photographs

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