No. 32 September 2005
Youth Employment


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

Research Report

Liv Coleman
Social Risk, Value Change, and the Life Course: Japanese Shoshika Taisaku and Global Norms

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