Women in Japan
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The paper looks at an article by Pongson Choi Allen, "Changes in the Status of Japanese Women" that is a true historical perspective of the social status of women in Japan concluding in the 1950s, when the article was penned. The paper relates that Allen begins her article almost 2000 years ago and describes Japanese empresses, the feudal system and the teachings of Confucius. The paper describes how Allen also details how prior to the women's movement in the 1920s, Japanese textile companies and other such slave labor industries exploited women. The paper outlines how the American military presence in Japan is also described as well as how such occupation influenced coed education and the encouragement of women to attain a higher education.
From the Paper:"Annotated Bibliography: Allen, Pongson Choi. "Changes in the Status of Japanese Women." The Ohio Journal of Science 58 (1958): 39-42. This journal article is a true historical perspective of the social status of women in Japan concluding in the 1950s, when the article was penned."
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