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Murayama, Mayumi

Gender and Development

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: An Attempt to Integrate Gender and Development Issues of Japan and Developing Countries
Mayumi Murayama

Part I. Reviewing Japanese Experiences

2. Economic Development and Gender Disparities: The Japanese Experience
Hiroki Nogami

3. Gender Perspectives in Family Planning: The Development of Family Planning in Postwar Japan and Policy Implications from the Japanese Experience
Yasuko Hayase

4. ‘Livelihood Improvement’ in Postwar Japan: Its Relevance for Rural Development Today
Hiroshi Kan Sato

5. Entrepreneurship and Rural Women’s Empowerment: Some Japanese and Thai Cases
Kazuko Kano

Part II. Comparing Japan and Developing Countries

6. Women’s Participation in Politics and the Women’s Movement: The History and Background of Recent Successes of Women Candidates in Local Elections
Kuniko Funabashi

7. Has Socialism Contributed to Gender Role Changes? A Comparison of Gender Roles in Cuba and Japan
Kanako Yamaoka

8. Nation-state, Family and Gender: Recent Studies in Japan and Turkey
Kaoru Murakami

Part III. Integrating Japan and Developing Countries in the Global Context

9. Factory Women under Globalization: Incorporating Japanese Women into the Global Factory Debate
Mayumi Murayama

Keywords: Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Asian Economics, Social Policy, Development Economics, Labor Economics

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
IDE-JETRO Series
Page amount
286 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230524026
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-52568-3

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