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


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
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