Table of contents for Prophet motive : Deguchi Onisaburêao, Oomoto, and the rise of new religions in Imperial Japan / Nancy K. Stalker.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. Deguchi Onisaburô: Early Life to Oomoto Leadership
2. Neo-Nativism: Oomoto Views on Mythology, Governance, and Agriculture
3. Taishô Spiritualism
4. Exhibitionist Tendencies: Visual Technologies of Proselytization
5. Paradoxical Internationalism? Oomoto in the World
6. A Patriotic Turn and the Second Suppression
Conclusion: State, Religion, and Tradition in Imperial Japan
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Deguchi, Onisaburêao, 1871-1948.
êaOmoto (Religious organization) -- History.
Religion and state -- Japan.