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WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 11 (2003)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 11 (2003)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue:
Issues and Perspectives over “Gender-Equal Society” Forms of Backlash ITO Kimio
Regression in Educational System: Eliminating Social Perspectives and Enhancing Psychologism KAMEDA Atsuko
Enactment of Gender Equality Bylaw in Maebashi City in Face of the Backlash Movement SAITO Madoka
The “Fight” over the Enactment of an Ordinance for the Promotion of Gender Equality: Issues that Have Become Visible through the Fight and Our Future Challenges FUNABASHI Kuniko
Articles:
Against Expectation: Femmes and Their Invisible “Identity” SHIMIZU Akiko
Maternal Crisis in the Workplace: A Study Based on the Interview SUGIURA Hiromi
The Excluding Sentimentalism in a Boy’s Magazine: Comparison of Readers’ Columns Between Nihon-Shonen and Shojo-no-Tomo in the 1930s IMADA Erika
A Scenario of “Love”: The Intersection of Male Directorship, Obscene Film Trials, and Feminist Discourse HORI Hikari
Report:
Development of Protection Orders for Domestic Violence and Engendering of Law YOSHIKAWA Mamiko

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 2004年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.10 (2002)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.10 (2002)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue:
Discourses on Pornography Gay Pornography as a Place of Intervention KAZAMA Takashi
The Symbolic Anthropology of Pornography: The Ritual for Men, by Men, of Men NUMAZAKI Ichiro
Men’s Sexuality and Pornography: Domination, Self-Injury, and Fetishism MORIOKA Masahiro
Report:
Restriction of Pornography in Australia in Comparison with the Case in Japan
KITAHARA Minori
Articles:
Changing “Selves” and Hybrid Identities:
Japanese Women Studying in Australian Higher Education
ICHIMOTO Takae
Connecting Sex Work Therapy with the Women’s Lib’s Thoughts on Prostitution HOSOYA Makoto
Women College Graduates’ Behavior Regarding Marriage in Japan NAKAMURA Mioko
Facing the Dilemma: Feminist Dilemma of the Beauty/Ugliness of Looks NISHIKURA Miki
Report:
Women’s Studies Education at Universities in England NOUE Teruko and KUNINOBU Junko
Book Review:
Ellen Carol DuBois: Woman Suffrage and Women’s Rights KURIHARA Ryoko

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 2003年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.9 (2001)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.9 (2001)

Edited by tde Editorial Committee of tde Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Articles:
“Women’s Language” and tde Power WASHI Rumi
From an “Object to Teach” to a “Subject to Engage”: tde Girl Readers of a “Shojo Shosetsu (Novels for Girls)” in tde 1980s KANEDA Junko
Gendered Militarization SATO Fumika
Sexual Harassment in tde University: Factors Influencing Perception AIBA Keiko
Feminist Perspective of Body HAYASHI Chiaki
Special Issue: Institutionalization of Women’s Studies
UENO Chizuko, EHARA Yumiko, HOSOYA Makoto, ASANO Chie, SENDA Yuki, OGAI Tokuko, MACHIDA Michiyo, FUKAZAWA Junko
Progress Report:
NAKAJIMA Miyuki’s Yakai “Kinkanshoku” (Evening Concert “An Annular Eclipse” FUJITA Hiromi
Book Reviews:
Marilyn Jacoby Boxer. When Women Ask tde Questions: Creating Women’s Studies in America ONOSAKA Junko

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投稿日: 2002年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.8 (2000)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.8 (2000)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Articles:
Theoretical Formation of Women’s Studies in China AKIYAMA Yoko
The Women with Disabilities Movement in Japan: Through 1970-1980 SEYAMA Noriko
Black Feminism in Britain: the Controversy about the Idea of ‘Blackness’ and Its Effects on Black Feminist Politics OKUMURA Yukari
Special Issue:
Women’s Studies and “Authorization”: the Representation of Others
Looking at the Process of Creating Helping Partnership with the Survivors of Violence Against Women:
To Avoid Making Women’s Studies Another Tool of Oppression
FUTAMI Reiko
Lesbian Representations and the Unspeakable WATANABE Mieko
Being a Feminist and Being a Researcher NAITO Kazumi and TSUJI Tomoko
Expression Is a Violence TAGAWA Kenzo
Closing Remark for the Special Issue:
Today and Tomorrow of Women’s Studies and Our Journal
By Members of Women’s Studies Vol.8 Editorial Committee

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 2001年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.7 (1999)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.7 (1999)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue: Women’s Expression in the 20th Century
Modernization and Women’s Expression:
Japanese Women’s Literature in the Twentieth Century
MIZUTA Noriko
The Way Women Artists in History are Looked Back:
Reviewing the Exhibition as a Site of Production of Views on Women and Art
HAGIWARA Hiroko
“Sexual Politics” and Women’s Tanka Poems in the 20th Century AKITSU Ei
A Bridge to the 2lst Centuries:
Autobiographical Writing by Three Asian American Women Writers
KOBAYASHI Fukuko
Special Issue 2: A State of Crisis in the Employment of Women
Women’s Employment at Crisis: Amidst the Globalization and Labor Big Bang NAKANO Mami
Job Diversity and the Instability of Women’s Positions in Employment KOMATSU Makiko
The Employment of Women at a Critical Juncture TANAKA Kazuko
Articles:
The Transition of Gender Ideologies Concerning Female Japanese Self-defense Forces Officials and Female American Soldiers: The Personnel Policy Decision Process SATO Humika
Problems of the Mail-Order Bride Phenomenon: A Discussion in Terms of Gender, Ethnicity and Otherness KAWARASAKI Yasuko
Book Review:
Griselda Pollock “Vision and Difference” HORI Hikari
Document:
The Second Decade of Women’s Studies Association of Japan AKIYAMA Yoko

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 2000年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.6 (1998)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.6 (1998)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue: Interrogating “Gender” from the Educational Front
Gender-Free Education in Primary and Secondary Schools and Its Linkage to Women’s Studies TACHI Kaoru
The Reproduction of Gender Roles in Reading Materials: What Children Read during the Period of Building Self-Identity MORIMOTO Eriko
Getting Citizen’s Rights for “Gender”: Starting from the Diversification of Sex Education OTA Fumiko
Co-Education and Gender Equality in Japanese Schools KAYA Emiko
Advanced Curriculum in Women’s Studies: A Report from Osaka Women’s University HAGIWARA Hiroko & FUNABASHI Kuniko
Reconsidering Women’s Studies from the “Margin”: Toward the Next Stage of Japanese Women’s Studies KANAI Yoshiko
Articles:
“Women’s Suffrage” in Newspapers after the Defeat in World War II: Discourse and Gender SAITO Masami
“Women’s Characteristics” and Technological Innovations: Women’s Work and Technology in the United States during World War II SATO Chitose
Exploring Language. Gender and Power: The New Horizons of Language and Gender Studies YUKAWA Sumiyuki
Information:
Palestinian NGO in West Bank Concerned about Women’s Issues KOBAYASHI Toshiko
Book Review:
MISHIMA Yukio: The Body as a Sacrifice-Elysium of Death without “Woman” by WATANABE Mieko KITADA Sachie

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 1999年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.5 (1997)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.5 (1997)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue: Women and Policy-Making Process
Political Process Without Women : Japanese Political Decision-Making under “55-nen Taisei” IWAMOTO Misako
How “Women and Politics” in the United States has Articulated the Gender Impact on Decision-Making Processes AIUCHI Masako
The Promotion of Gender-Equality Policies in France UENO Mamiko
The Role of the Women’s Movement in the Making of Women’s Policy in Korea : The Case of the Special Law Against Sexual Violence HAN Myeong Sook
Supplementary Information: Penalties on Crimes Related to Sexual Violence and the Law Regarding the Protection of Victims
Articles:
Prostitution and U.S.Army Bases in Japan : A Case Study of Gotenba City HIRAI Kazuko
Gendered Consciousness of Ogai and Akiko : A Reassessment of Their Works Hebi NAKASHIMA Miyuki
In Search of Personal Healing and Genuine Sisterhood : Findings from Survivors’ Self-Help Activities FUTAMI Reiko
Women and Their Self-Loving : The Growth Coming from the Cure in Kristeva’s Theory of the Primary Narcissism TANAKA Akiko

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 1998年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.4 (1996)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.4 (1996)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue: Women’s Studies in Asia and the Pacific
Women’s Studies in China: Li Xiao-Jiang and Her Women’s Studies Movement AKIYAMA Yoko
Nationalism in Korean Women’s Studies: Addressing the Nationalist Discourses Surrounding the ‘Comfort Women’ YAMASHITA Yeong-ae
Recent Trends in Korean Feminist Studies on Mass Media CHONG Ho-son’
The National Machineries for the Advancement of Women in Asia and the Pacific-current Situation and Future Perspectives HASHIMOTO Hiroko
Articles:
Correspondence Columns of Japanese Girl’s Magazines, 1902-1913 SAKUMA-SATO Rika
History of Mother’s Rights: A Study of Patriarchy in Early Modern Japan HIROI Tazuko
Beyond Our Invisibility: Japanese Women and the Quest for Self-Defined Identity HOTTA Midori
Mizuko Belief: An Intrigue: The Formation of Male Ideology and Japanese Society (Part 2) MIZOKUCHI Akiyo

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 1997年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.3 (1995)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.3 (1995)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Special Issue:
Women Charge “the Family Law” in Japan: Family Registration/Different Surnames/the Non-Marriage
Purpose of Symposium KAINO Tamie
Symposiast Reports:
“Koseki”(Family Registration) and the “Ie”(Extended Family) System Insure Discrimination against Children Born out of Wedlock NAKADA Chizuko
Reasons for Lifestyle Choice of Non-Marital Couples and Discrimination against Their Lifestyle Results from “the Non-marriage Couples Survey” YOSHIZUMI Kyoko
“Fufu Bessei”(Different Surnames for Each Spouse) and Reform of the Family Registration System OMURA Yoshiaki
Legal Marriage and Patriarchy TACHI Kaoru
Table of Law for Children Born out of Wedlock in Foreign Countries A Written Opinion about “Tentative Draft of Amendment of Civil Law” Principal Movement of after That about Amendment of Family Law OMURA Yoshiaki
Articles:
Politically Correct English Textbooks and Feminism SASAKI Eri
Gender Identity in Conflict with Other/Different Elements of Self NITTA Keiko
Study Progress Report :
Survey of Ecofeminism OHASHI Terue
Information:
Present of “Feminism Aesthetics” : A Case of Hilde Hein KANEKO Juri
Science Council of Japan’s Report :
Statement about Emergency of Betterment in Study Environment for Women Scholars

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 1996年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.2 (1994)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.2 (1994)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan

CONTENTS

Articles:
Welfare and Women : Welfare Policy for the Elderly and a Feminist Point of View MATSUMOTO Chizuko
Woman and the Capitalism: The Development of Marxist Feminist Frameworks FURUTA Mutsumi
Feminism as the Principles of Resistance for Liberalism KUWABARA Itoko
Toni Morrison’s Beloved and the American Politics of “Othering”: Race as Entrance to and Gender as Exit from the Colonial Discourse NITTA Keiko
On the Plan and the Publication of the Ladies’ Encyclopedia in France (1821-1823) : Limits and Significance KOYAMA Misako
Sexism in English Textbooks: How Could Japanese Possibly Survive in the “Internationalized” World? SASAKI Eri
The Formation of Male Ideology and Japanese Society: Mizuko Belief : An Intrigue (The First Paper) MIZOKUCHI Akiyo

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

投稿日: 1995年3月1日 カテゴリー: Journal