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


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
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
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