WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 13 (2005)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 13 (2005)

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


Special Issue: Feminism and War
The Difficulties Surrounding Female Soldiers SATO Fumika
“Women’s Participation in the Mosaic Battlefront”and the Violence of Reorganized Masculinity KAIZUMA Keiko
From the Subject of Violence to the Agency of Non-Violence OKANO Yayo
Homophobia in Contemporary Gothic: Proximity and Homogeneity of Terror IKOMA Natsumi
The Politics of Gender and Sexuality in England: the Invisibility of Female “Homo-Sexuality” and Its Historical Background NODA Keiko
Ordinary Woman Living between “Sex Workers” and “Sexual Slaves”: Cases of Thai Women in the Global Sex Industry AOYAMA Kaoru
The Connection between “Haisho” Theory and Birth Control Theory: the Eugenics of Isoo Abe HAYASHI Yoko
A Comparison of Women which Results from the Diversity of Female Life Courses: Discourse Analysis of the “ Agnes Controversy” MYOKI Shinobu
A Woman’s Vote/Vote Action Made Invisible: An Example of Toyota-shi in Showa of the ’30s MANO masako

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