Japan and Southeast Asia
Explore the ancient history of Japan, beginning with the Jomon Period and culminating in one of Japan’s first golden ages, the Heian Era, a time when Chinese influence was particularly important in Japan.
· Ellington, L. (2009). Japan. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Publishing Group.
1. Chapter 2: History, pp. 21-34 See see the attached
Summary of Japanese history during the Heian Period (794 – 1185 CE).
Japan in the Heian Period and Cultural History: Crash Course World History #227
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Unit 4.2 Discussion: Ancient Japan (1-2 pages )
Discuss with your classmates the influence of China on the political and religious development of Japan during the first millennium CE. Debate which influence you believe to be the most important in shaping the culture of Japan. In your debate, explain if this influence had a positive or negative effect on Japan’s development and society. Make sure to provide specific examples to support your position. When responding to your classmates, include new, additional research to support or disprove their position. Make sure to use proper APA format for all citations provided and include a reference list for the citations you use.
Please used the below reference for APA Style with Citations