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    Default Paper: Jujutsu, Judo and Jiu-jitsu: A Historical Comparison of Terms

    A few days ago I posted some graphs showing some searches I did using Google's Ngram Viewer in the BJJ vs. TJJ thread. This is a topic that has come up more than a few times for me both in-person and the cybertubes during the past few years so I decided to organize it a little better and cite some references.

    This is the result. I've opened it up for a short review/comment period on Academia.edu and would welcome input, comments, corrections, etc.

    The session can be found at the following link: https://www.academia.edu/14995625/Ju...rison_of_Terms

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    You should tell people that registration is compulsory. People don't like links that lead to forced registration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wreddock View Post
    You should tell people that registration is compulsory. People don't like links that lead to forced registration.
    Duly noted. Thank you. I figured if someone didn't want to register they could just post here.

    Much like on this forum, I find that feedback and comments tend to be more well thought out and better reasoned when tied to a name/person.

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    Five days left to tell me how I got it all wrong.

    As noted above, an academia.edu account is required to participate. I'll be checking sources.

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    Thank you to those who took the time to read and provide feedback.

    The final draft can be viewed/downloaded here (academia.edu account required):

    https://www.academia.edu/14995625/Ju...rison_of_Terms

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