WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 16 (2008)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol. 16 (2008)

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


Special Issue: Gender Equality in the Gap-Widening Society
Is Male-dominated Employment in Japan Going out of Style? KAIZUMA Keiko
The Contemporary Gender Equality Policy in Japan from the 3rd Koizumi Cabinet to Fukuda’s MINAGAWA Masumi
Issues of Gender Equality in Present Day Aomori: The Expanding Gap Between Haves and Have-nots in Society and the Gender Equality Policy OSANAI Sekiko
Before and After the Enactment of the Gender-equality Act in Ube: Examination of the Citizen-Participant-Model in Local Autonomy KOSHIBA Hisako
Why is Rape “Antragsdelikte” in Japan?: The Implication of “Victim’s Interests” on the Discourse about Criminal Law TAKASHIMA Chise
The Order of the Visual Field “ Showing Peculiarity in Sex Categories: Interviews with People Identified as Having “Gender Identity Disorder” TSURUTA Sachie
“Invisible Housework” inside Unpaid Work through a Detailed Questionnaire Investigation FUJITA Tomoko

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