Arbeiter aus Okinawa auf den japanischen Hauptinseln

doka tashaKishi, Masahiko (2013): Dōka to tashaka – Sengo Okinawa no hondo shūshokushatachi [Assimilierung und Othering – Arbeiter aus Okinawa auf den japanischen Hauptinseln in der Nachkriegszeit]. Nakanishiya-shuppan: Kyōto. 450 Seiten. 3888 Yen. ISBN: 978-4779507236

 

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Lifelong Learning in Tokyo. A Satisfying Engagement with Action Research in Japan

Ogawa, Akihiro (2013): “Lifelong Learning in Tokyo. A Satisfying Engagement with Action Research in Japan”. In: Anthropology in Action, 20: 2 (Summer 2013). 46–57. Lifelong Learning in Tokyo. A Satisfying Engagement with Action Research in Japan weiterlesen

Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs

Nemoto, Kumiko; Fuwa, Makiko und Kuniko Ishiguro (2013): „Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs and Ambivalence Towards Matrimony in Japan“. In: Journal of Family Issues 34:12. 1673–1695. Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs weiterlesen

Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage

Takeda, Atsushi (2013): „Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage“. In: Qualitative Research 13: 3. 285–298. Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage weiterlesen

The Puzzle of Ineffective Election Campaigning in Japan

Klein, Axel (2011): „The Puzzle of Ineffective Election Campaigning in Japan“. In: Japanese Journal of Political Science 12: I. 57–74.  The Puzzle of Ineffective Election Campaigning in Japan weiterlesen

Ethnicity, Gender, Education and Language Among Latin Americans in Japan

Castro-Vázquez, Genaro (2011): „Jumping Out of Enclosures: Ethnicity, Gender, Education and Language Among Latin Americans in Japan“. In: Ethnicities 11: 2. 218–244.  Ethnicity, Gender, Education and Language Among Latin Americans in Japan weiterlesen

The right to tell the (right) story: journalism, authority and memory

Zandberg, Eyal (2010): „The right to tell the (right) story: journalism, authority and memory“. In: Media, Culture and Society 32:1. 5–24.  The right to tell the (right) story: journalism, authority and memory weiterlesen

Japanese Women‘s Perception of Intimate Partner Violence

Nagae, Miyoko; Dancy, Barbara L. (2009): „Japanese Women‘s Perception of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)“. In: Journal of Interpersonal Violence, online veröffentlicht am 22. Mai 2009 als doi:10.1177/0886260509334413    Japanese Women‘s Perception of Intimate Partner Violence weiterlesen