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


Special Issue: Women’s Expression in the 20th Century
Modernization and Women’s Expression:
Japanese Women’s Literature in the Twentieth Century
The Way Women Artists in History are Looked Back:
Reviewing the Exhibition as a Site of Production of Views on Women and Art
“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
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
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
The Second Decade of Women’s Studies Association of Japan AKIYAMA Yoko

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