Journal of Gender Studies

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Journal of Gender Studies No.20
March,2017

Susan HIMMELWEIT, “Changing Norms of Social Reproduction in an Age of Austerity”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.19
March,2016

 

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Journal of Gender Studies No.18
March,2015

Chang-Ling HUANG, “Uneasy Alliance: State Feminism and the Conservative Government in Taiwan”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.17
March,2014

Parichatt KRONGKANT, “Aged People’s Evacuation Decisions in Response to Typhoon Warning: Case Study of a Rural Southern Village in Thailand”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.16
March,2013

Susan HIMMELWEIT, “Care: Feminist Economic Theory and Policy Challenges”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.15
March,2012

Diane ELSON, “Finance, Production and Reproduction in the Context of Globalization and Economic Crisis”

Maria S. FLORO, “The Crises of Environment and Social Reproduction: Understanding their Linkages”

Marina DURANO, “Analyzing ODA from a Feminist Perspective”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.14
March,2011

Julie A. NELSON, “For Love or Money? Current Issues in the Economics of Care”

Sabrina REGMI, “Women’s Micro-business Creation for Women’s Empowerment or Family’s Welfare? Case of Nepalese Rural Women”

Eva Feder KITTAY, “From the Ethics of Care to Global Justice”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.13
March,2010
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Journal of Gender Studies No.12
March,2009

Barbara Pocock, Natalie Skinner and Philippa Williams, “Work-life ‘Balance’ in Australia: The State of Play”

Mary Runte, “Work-Family Conflict: Fighting the ‘Good Fight’”

Rey Chow, “Autumn Hearts: Filming Feminine “Psychic Interiority” in Song of the Exile”

Keiko Nitta, ““Autumn Hearts” /「愁」, or, Poetics of Memory and Oblivion: A Response to Rey Chow’s “Autumn Hearts””

Nahoko Yamaguchi, “Impossible Nostalgia in Song of the Exile: A Response to Rey Chow’s “Autumn Hearts””

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Journal of Gender Studies No.11
March,2008

Heidi Gottfried, “Reflections on Intersectionality: Gender, Class, Race and Nation”

Ki-young Shin, “A Development of the “Jinbo” Women’s Movement in Korea Since the 1980s”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.10
March,2007

Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, “Benevolent Paternalism and Migrant Women: The Case of Migrant Filipina Entertainers in Japan”

Eli Bartra and Kanae Omura, “Gender and Japanese Folk Art: Shunkei Lacquers and Edo Hagoita”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.9
March,2006
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Journal of Gender Studies No.8
March,2005

Rhoda Unger, “Gender Issues from an Outsider Psychologist’s Perspective”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.7
March,2004

Josephine Ho, “Trans-Sexuality: Bisexual Formations and the Limits of Categories”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.6
March,2003

Vera Mackie, “Faces of Feminism in Transnational Media Space”

Carla Risseeuw, “A Retracting Welfare State : Some Reflections on the Issues of Citizenship and Family in Relation to the Dutch Care Policy”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.5
March,2002

Tani E. Barlow, “Asia, Gender and Scholarship Under Processes of Re-regionalization”

Mirjana Morokvasic-Müller, “Post-Communist Migrations in Europe and Gender”

Pataya Ruenkaew, “Female Thai Migrants in Japan” 

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Journal of Gender Studies No.4
March,2001

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, “Thinking through Queer Theory”

Patricia Uberoi and Tarini Bahadur, “The Woman’s Body in Midlife: Socio-Cultural and Medical Perspectives from South Asia”

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Journal of Gender Studies No.3
March,2000
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Journal of Gender Studies No.2
March,1999
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Journal of Gender Studies No.1
March,1998