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Japanese women, emerging from subservience, 1868-1945

Author: Hiroko Tomida; Gordon Daniels; University of Edinburgh.
Publisher: Folkestone, Kent : Global Oriental, 2005.
Series: Women in Japanese history, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume contains some of the most recent findings in the field of Japanese women's history in Japan, Australia, the United States and the UK, and introduces new approaches to studying Japanese  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Conference proceedings
History
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hiroko Tomida; Gordon Daniels; University of Edinburgh.
ISBN: 1901903184 9781901903188
OCLC Number: 60518007
Notes: Includes 13 revised papers originally presented at a conference held at the University of Edinburgh in Sept. 2003, with 1 new paper.
Description: xiv, 380 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Hiratsuka Raichō's idea of society: nature, cooperation and self-government / Sayoko Yoneda ; Hiroko tomida --
'Motherhood in the interest of the state': Baroness Ishimoto (Katō) Shidzue confronts expansionist policies against birth control, 1930-1940 / Helen M. Hopper --
Ichikawa Fusae and Japan's pre-war women's suffrage movement / Barbara Molony --
Embodied subjects: feminism in imperial Japan / Vera Mackie --
Gender, economics and industrialization: approaches to the economic history of Japanese women, 1868-1945 / Janet Hunter --
Fukuzawa Yukichi on husband-wife relationships / Carmen Blacker --
Dancing at the Rokumeikan: a new role for women? / Margaret Mehl --
Women, Christianity and internationalism in early twentieth century Japan: Tsuda Ume, Caroline Macdonald and the founding of the Young Women's Christian Association in Japan / Helen S.E. Parker --
Hirasuka Raichō, the Seitō society, and the emergence of the new woman in Japan / Hiroko Tomida --
Humanitarianism or politics?: Japanese Red Cross nurses in Britain, 1915-1916 / Gordon Daniels --
Shin Fujin Kyōkai (the association of new women) and the women who aimed to change society / Miyako Orii, Kiroko Tomida --
Japanese women film-makers in the second World War: a study of Sakane Tazuko, Suzuki Noriko and Atsugi Taka / Reiko Ikegawa, Julian Ward ; Helen S.E. Parker --
Principles of procreation and the family in modern Japan: factors behind decisions on family size / Shōko Ishizaki ; Lola I. Okazaki-Ward ; Gordon Daniels --
Femininity and masculinity in the Japanese folkcrafts (mingei) movement / Chiaki Yokoyama.
Series Title: Women in Japanese history, v. 1.
Other Titles: Japanese women
Responsibility: edited by Hiroko Tomida & Gordon Daniels.

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