Voices from the Japanese Women's Movement

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M.E. Sharpe, Jan 15, 1996 - 232 páginas
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An insider's view of the world of contemporary Japanese women.
 

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Issues for Japanese Feminism
3
The Womens Movement Progress and Obstacles
23
The Movement Today Difficult but Critical Issues
38
Economic Development and Asian Women
55
Ten Years Under the Equal Employment Opportunity Law
65
Policies of the Japanese Government Toward Women
82
Military Sexual Slavery and the Womens Movement
90
Commodified Sex Sexism Japans Pornographic Culture
101
Commitments to Womens and Buraku Issues
153
Looking at Sexual Slavery from a Zainichi Perspective
157
My Work as an Ainu Woman
161
Mizura Providing Service to Women in Yokohama
163
Promoting Womens Participation in Yokohama
168
Photography from a Womans Perspective
172
A Cooperative Restaurant on the Miura Coast
175
A Womens Space in Sapporo
179

Promoting Prostitution
111
The Trafficking of Women
115
In Search of Ruby Moreno
120
Lesbians and Sexual SelfDetermination
129
The Past and Future of Unai Sisters in Okinawa
133
Women and Alternatives to Agricultural Decline
144
Apron A Restaurant Run by Women
185
Working at a Consumer Cooperative
190
Fighting Back Against Serving Tea
194
From ChildCare to Local Politics
196
Index
201
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