WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 12 (2004)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 12 (2004)

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


Special Issue:
New Horizons Opened Up by the Japanese Women’s Lib
For the Special Issue AKIYAMA Yoko
Keynote Speech:
Out of the Self-binding Feminism: We Would Rather Be Happy than Be Respectable TANAKA Mitsu
The Women’s Movement in the 1980s and Women’s Fight against Male Violence HARADA Eriko
Seeking for the Totality of the Torn Image of “Woman” SENDA Yuki
An Unhappy Marriage between Feminism and Academism KIKUCHI Natsuno
The Social Plan of SHIMADA Utako and the Concept of “Shugei” in the Meiji Period YAMAZAKI Akiko
Constructed Narratives in Criminal Investigations: ‘Sexual Desire’ as a Motive of Rape Suspects MAKINO Masako
Research Note:
Fund-raising Campaign for the Abolition of Licensed Prostitution YANG Sunyoung
Book Reviews:
IDA Hiroyuki, YOSHIDA Toshimi, KAMANO Saori

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