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ネオリベ日本の女性管理職:ジェンダー、不安定労働と日常生活

Women Managers in Neoliberal Japan : Gender, Precarious Labour and Everyday Lives

(Japan Anthropology Workshop)

Ho, Swee-lin

Routledge 2020/02
160 p. 23 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367186210
KCN: 1038500573
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納期について
DDC: 305
KDC: E233 経営史・各国経営事情
E16 労働
C144 女性・フェミニズム
C124 経済・経営・労働
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Annotation

This book presents a detailed analysis of the varying opportunities and challenges experienced by Japanese women with professional careers. Overall, it shows the disheartening realities of conflicts and ambivalence experienced by many women managers in contemporary Japan.

Full Description

This book, based on extensive original research, presents a detailed analysis of the varying opportunities and challenges experienced by Japanese women with professional careers, an important category of the population in Japan, whose lives remain little known. It addresses many key issues, including the problems of flexible work in an increasingly neoliberal environment; the pervasiveness of precarious work conditions in gendered managerial employment; the state's neglect in transforming antiquated labour laws and in combating abusive corporate practices; the implications of dysfunctional employee-employer relations and those among co-workers; media representations as barometers of resistant social norms; the ambivalent effects of work related drinking practices; and the lack of collective representation due to ineffective labour unions. Overall, the book presents the disheartening realities of conflicts and ambivalence experienced by many women managers in contemporary Japan.

Table of Contents

1 'Womenomics': To Make Women Shine or Die? 2 In the Media: As Flowers, Parasites, Loser Dogs and Demons 3 In the Company of Co-Workers: Performing Gender and Drinking for Survival 4 In the Office: As Nominal Managers and Corporate Props 5 To the State: As Victims and Perpetrators of Power Harassment 6 A Shiny or More Precarious Future? Appendix: Chart of Subjects' Profiles