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By T. Kuroki, M. Kishl, C. Hayeshi

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As a result of just that, administrative organizations as well as other 50 Japanese Government Publications organizations in Japan are vertically controlled, and because the history of public relations is rather short, the present position and situation of public relations is neither agreeable nor desirable. Vertically-controlled structure is a typical tradition in an organization in Japan and, among other things, it limits the giving and receiving of as much information as possible from one to another.

It is generally accepted that the term White Paper is the collective name for all reports which are m a d e upon the basic facts and the actual situation of state affairs. With regard to the definition of the w h i t e paper, in "Concerning the Control of Government Publications (White Paper, e t c . ) " [ for reference it is put in Appendix 1] , which is a matter agreed upon by the Council of Vice-Ministers in 1963, they define it as follows: 1. Government publications compiled by the national government organs and agencies.

In regard to category ( 3 ) , most other government publications The following (reports, papers and others) can be included. five reports and papers are included in this category and are commonly called white papers. They started from the time of the "Control of White P a p e r s " . In addition to these, however, one can also include brief and informal white papers such as the Illustrated White Papers which are not listed h e r e . Ministry of Health and Welfare - Present Conditions of National Diet (White Paper on National Nutrition) Ministry of International Trade and Industry - Present Conditions of the Electrical Industry (White Paper on Electric Power) - Industrial Location in Japan (White Paper on Industrial Location) - Present Situation and Problems of Economic Cooperation (White Paper on Japan's Economic Cooperation) Ministry of Labour 1 - Actual Conditions of Women s Labour (White Paper on Women's Labour) Each of the above is explained in detail in the Part IV, A n n o tations.

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