Bibliographic Details

Voices from the Japanese women's movement / edited by AMPO, Japan Asia quarterly review.

Imprint Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c1996.
Description xxi, 207 p. ; 24 cm.
Language English
Series Japan in the modern world
Subject Feminism -- Japan.
Women -- Japan.
Feminism.
Women.
Japan.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/2450337
Other uniform titles Ampo.
ISBN 1563247259 (hardcover : alk. paper)
1563247267 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Notes "An East gate book."
Includes index.
Table of Contents:
  • I. The Women's Movement
  • 1. Issues fro Japanese Feminism
  • 2. The Women's Movement: Progress and Obstacles
  • 3. The Movement Today: Difficult but Critical Issues
  • II. Issues Facing Women
  • 4. Economic Development and Asian Women
  • 5. Ten Years Under the Equal Employment Opportunity Law
  • 6. Policies of the Japanese Government Toward Women
  • 7. Military Sexual Slavery and the Women's Movement
  • 8. Commodified Sex: Japan's Pornographic Culture
  • 9. Promoting Prostitution
  • 10. The Trafficking of Women
  • 11. In Search of Ruby Moreno
  • 12. Lesbians and Sexual Self-Determination
  • 13. The Past and Future of Unai, Sisters in Okinawa
  • 14. Women and Alternatives to Agricultural Decline
  • III. Voices of Women
  • 15. Commitments to Women's and Buraku Issues
  • 16. Looking at Sexual Slavery from a Zainichi Perspective
  • 17. My Work as an Ainu Woman
  • 18. Mizura: Providing Service to Women in Yokomaha
  • 19. Promoting Women's Participation in Yokohama
  • 20. Photography from a Woman's Perspective
  • 21. A Cooperative Restaurant on the Miura Coast
  • 22. A Women's Space in Sapporo
  • 23. Apron: A Restaurant Run by Women
  • 24. Working at a Consumer Cooperative
  • 25. Fighting Back Against Serving Tea
  • 26. From Child-Care to Local Politics
  • Index