No. 32 September 2005
Focus: Youth Employment
- Genda Yuji
- The "NEET" Problem in Japan
- Kosugi Reiko
- The Problems of Freeters and "NEETs" under the Recovering Economy
- Hori Yukie
- Characteristics and Problems of Youth Support Agencies in Japan
- Kudo Kei
- Outreach: Helping "NEETs" Become Active Members of Society
- Sato Kaoru
- The Employment of High School Graduates in Miyazaki Prefecture
- Genji Keiko
- What Do Female High School Students Think of Their Futures?
Educational Aspirations, Life Course Expectations and Gender Role Attitudes
- Liv Coleman
- Social Risk, Value Change, and the Life Course: Japanese Shoshika Taisaku and Global Norms
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