No. 18 April 2000
Young Workers in Japan



Focus: Young Workers in Japan

Nakamura Takayasu
Changes in the Recruitment System for New University Graduates
Miki Natsuko
Young Female Ama in Contemporary Japan
Kamaii Yoshihiko
Freelancers: An Increasing Social Phenomenon
Nagai Akiko
Combating Modern Social Myths: The Challenges for Young Working Housewives in Japan
Odagiri Tokumi
Who Will Carry On? Young Japanese and Agriculture

Research Reports

Hiwatari Nobuhiro
"So Tell Me What You Want, What You Really Really Want" or The Enigma of the Lack of Change in Japan in the 1990s and the Relevance of Comparative Analysis
Gesine Foljanty-Jost
Are Japanese Schools Collapsing? Prevention by Overestimation
Kenneth Pechter
Understanding and Communicating Needs and Solutions: A Case of Comparative Policy Analysis

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