Japanese Women in Society and Culture Essay by tungbgs

Japanese Women in Society and Culture
Analyzes the role of women in post WWII Japanese society.
# 64206 | 1,683 words | 5 sources | APA | 2005

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The field of women's rights is now becoming more and more important in the world today. Japan, as the first country in Asia to become a super power, has been through a lot since the end of WWII and the issue of women's rights in Japan is no exception. This paper is an analysis on Japanese women's issues after WWII from different perspectives including cultural, social and historical perspectives.

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"These main characteristics of the changing role of women in Japan in its population stability, educational improvement and employment issues show an effective result of governmental acts and non-governmental organization's efforts. By providing equal laws and rights, establishing equal development strategies, founding of the National Machinery for the Promotion of Gender Equality, as well as promoting democratic orientation, the Japanese government and NGOs have elevated the role of women in Japanese society."

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