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Journal of Co-operative Studies, 32(1), No. 95

Editorial, pp. 1-2

This issue explores co-operation in Japan. Also included: an exploration of co-operative memorabilia, tokens, and how societies managed to pay dividends; a report on a Canadian research project regarding roles and democratic running of their organisation; an analysis of three failed consumer co-operatives; and an historical account of the contribution of the consumer co-operative movement to adult education.

Short Articles

Sowing the Seeds of the Future: Japan’s Agricultural Co-operatives
Ja-Zenchu: Japan Central Union of Agricultural Co-operatives, pp. 3-20

Why Did Consumer Co-operative Societies in Britain use Tokens?
Alan Judd, pp. 21-28

Longer Articles

Informal Learning Processes in a Worker Co-operative
Jack Quarter and Harish Midha, pp. 29-49

Renewing the Membership Basis for Raising Investment and Patronage in Consumer Co-operatives
Akira Kurimoto, p. 50-60

The Contribution of Consumer Co-operatives to British Adult Education
Rita Rhodes, pp. 61-78

Responses to Published Articles

Counter-response to Shann Turnbull (Vol 31 No 2 and Vol 31 No 3). 
Guy Major, pp. 79-82

Response to Barbara Blaszak’s article A Study in Female Leadership (Vol 31 No 3), Muriel Russell, p. 83

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