Transforming Japan: How Feminism and Diversity Are Making a Difference

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Kumiko Fujimura-Fanselow
The Feminist Press at CUNY, 2011/03/15 - 560 ページ
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The feminist movement in Japan has impacted every aspect of contemporary life there. Now more than ever, the myth of a homogenous population living within traditional gender roles is being challenged. LGBT people are coming out of the closet; ethnic minorities are mobilizing for change; single mothers are an expanding population; women are becoming political leaders and professional wrestlers as men are becoming househusbands. Transforming Japan is a comprehensive collection of writing by Japanese scholars and activists exploring the ways in which present-day Japan confronts issues of gender, sexuality, race, discrimination, power, and human rights.
 

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Anger and the Decision to Break Away from Abusive Relationships
The Support of Kalakasan Changed Consciousness
Collective Action to Reconstruct Lives
Notes
Works Cited
A History of the Comfort Women
Breaking their Silence
My Involvement in the Comfort Women Movement

Note
Womens Place
The Struggle for Political Rights
Family LifeWomens Issues
The Difficulties of War
Postwar Reforms
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Women in Early Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism
Acceptance of Buddhism and Rejection of Female Priests by a United Japan
Concept of Female Impurity
Concept of Woman as the Sinful and Unsalvable
Concept of Metamorphosis
Criticism of Womens Exclusion
TheIeStructure of Religious Organizations
Sexism in the New Religions
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Japanese Womens Literature Defined by the Patriarchal Institution
A Profile of Kiku Amino
Representations of Women in Writings by Aminos Contemporaries
Representation of Women in the Writings of Kiku Amino
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Raicho Hiratsuka and Kokichi Otake
Yoshiko Yuasa and Yuriko Miyamoto7
Partners for Life19
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Womens Education prior to the Meiji Period
The Development of Education from the Meiji Period
The Ideology of Japanese Education prior to World War II
The Dawn of Womens Education
Democratic Influences on Womens Education in the Taisho Period
World War II and Its Impact on Female Education
Conclusion
Notes
The Historical Gap between Women and Science
A Statistical Portrait
What Are the Problems?
Efforts to Effect Change
Changing the Workplace for Women Scientists
Works Cited
Comparative Perspectives
The Family and the NationState
Perspectives on Marriage
Personal Stories
Notes
Works Cited
Single Mothers Today
Problems Faced by Single MothersIncome and Employment
Recent Changes in Policies
Social Prejudice
Notes
Works Cited
Working with the Womens Movement
Men in a State of Confusion
Economic Growth and Male Overwork
The Lib Movement
Development of the Mens Lib Movement
Works Cited
Working for Change
Works Cited
Interviews
Defining Lesbian Partnership
Living Life as a Couple
Interpretation and Implications
Notes
Works Cited
Expansion of the Network
Lesbian Liberation Comes Out of the Closet
Social Opinion and Human Rights
Work and Employment
School and Human Rights Education
Familial Relations
Notes
Works Cited
Chizuka Oe Masae Torai and Aya Kamikawa with Kumiko FujimuraFanselow Moderator
Notes
Works Cited
The Kalakasan Migrant Women Empowerment Center
Feminist Participatory Action Research FPAR conducted at Kalakasan
Recollections of Life in the Philippines
Recollections of Life in Japan
Unequal Intimate Relationships
Comfort Women versus ProstitutesA False Dichotomy
Response to Womens Suffering
Moving beyond Nationalism to Resolve My Identity Crisis
The Movement Continues
Notes
Works Cited
My Own Story
Encountering the Buraku Liberation Movement
Multiple Forms of Discrimination in a Global Society
Reencountering My Mother and Grandmother
Notes
The Survey by Ainu Buraku and Zainichi Korean Women
The Ainu
Zainichi Koreans
Strengthening and Expanding the Minority Womens Movement
Notes
Works Cited
Establishment of Equal Opportunity Laws and the Deregulation of Labor Laws
Rise in Nonregular Employment among Women
Wage Disparities
Fixed Gender Roles and Long Work Hours
Gender Mainstreaming Policies
Toward Achievement of Systematic Reform
Notes
Works Cited
Transformed Bodies and Gender
Japanese Women Professional Wrestlers
Bodies and the Process of Transformation
The Ideal Female Body in Japan
Acceptance of Ones Body
Conflicts About Ones Body
Just an Ordinary Girl Who Can Do Professional Wrestling
The New Ideal Female Body
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Trafficking and AntiTrafficking Discourse
Ambiguous Categorizations Incoherent Realities
JNATIP and FGENS
SWASH
Revisiting the Importance of the Agency of Migrant Women
Notes
Works Cited
Three Nonprofits
Organization Delivering Meals to the Elderly and Disabled
Organization Supporting Womens Economic Independence
Organization Promoting Gender Equality
Conclusion
Notes
Toshiko Kishida
Hideko Kageyama later Fukuda
Toyoko Shimizu later Kozai Shikin
Japanese Women and the Influence of Christianity
Suga Kanno
Kaijko Yajima
Fusae Ichikawa
Conclusion
Works Cited
A Decade of Backlash History
Opposition to the Domestic Violence Prevention Law
Comfort Women As a Feminist Issue
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Changes between the 1980s and the First Decade of 2000
Participation of Women in Prefectural Municipal and TownVillage Assemblies
Politicized Housewives
The Case of the Kanagawa Network
Increasing Moves to Send Women to the Legislature
New Issues
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Upper House Lawmaker1
Rearing Children and Working for a Coop
Candidacy and Action
The World of National Politics
Life as a National Diet Member
Leader of Japans Social Democratic Party2
The Road to the Legislature
Working in the Legislature
Working as a Politician
Welcoming More Women to the Legislature
Bringing Minority Concerns to the National Diet
The Challenge of Widening Support among Women in this Crisis Period
Political Life and Family Life
Notes
Works Cited
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Although born in Japan, Kumiko Fujimura-Faneselow spent her formative years in the US during the Civil Rights Movement. She received her PhD in comparative sociology of education from Columbia University, and is currently a professor of education and women's studies at Toyo Eiwa University.

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