RIWAC Research Institute for Women and Careers JAPAN WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY

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Periodicals Women and Careers

“Women and Careers” is a periodical by the Research Institute for Women and Careers(RIWAC). In addition to research articles, it publishes records of the lectures and symposiums it hosts, and reports on the Institute’s operational activities. In addition, the journal also accepts submissions. This magazine is in the libraries of universities and research institutes throughout

Japan, and is also included in the reading collection of women’s groups etc. It hopes to position itself at the crossroads of research and information from Japan and abroad.

2016 NO.8

Preface

Symposium

  • “What can Universities do to Help the Career Development of Women?”
  • Final report“Comprehensive Research Concerning Career Support for Women and the Roles of Universities” 
    Theme1;“Reanalyzing surveys on postwar society related to women and careers, and publicizing and using archives of surveys regarding women.”             
    Theme2;“Research and development related to university-based reemployment assistance programs for women.”                           
  • “Second-Chance Labor Markets: Benefits for Women and Men.”  Mary C. Brinton  

Contributed Paper

Lessons from a land where women shine  Olle Folke and Johanna Rickne 

Article 

  • The Factors that Lead Female Physicians to Choose Part-Time Positions after Giving Birth 
    Mayumi Naitou
  • Effect of Domestic Environment and Personal Characteristics on Life-career Orientation:
    A Comparison between Japan and Korea  Hoinam Nho

Book Reviews

  • Otoko ha tsurai yo zetsubou no jidai no kibou no danseigaku by Toshiyuki Tanaka
    Minako Konno
  • Kasoukasuru jyoseitachi : roudou to katei kara no haijyo to hinkon by Reiko Kosugi and Michiko Miyamoto  Masayuki Keida

Trends

  • Concerning Graduates’ Career Date in 2015   Ayako Kuroda
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in practical Ethics 2  Ryosuke Ishiguro
  • The Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society   
    Imajo Takashi
  • Women’s Career Studies in The Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences  
    Takeshi Fujita
  • Lifelong Learning Center  Kiyoe Sakamoto
  • Research and Development Center for Teacher Education  
    Shizuo Yoshizaki / Hiromi Sekiguchi

Report on the RIWAC Project in 2015 

Report on Activities of RIWAC in 2015

Editorial Guideline

2015 NO.7

Preface

Symposium

  • The ikumen factor and Women workers in Japan
  • Keynote Speech: Childcare, husbands and changing gender roles.  Josuke Amada

  • Men as caregivers Panelist report 1 : Nurturing a sustainable caregiving society.  Akio Doteuchi

  • Men as caregivers Panelist report 2 : How do sons care for their parents?  Ryo Hirayama
  • Men as caregivers Panelist report 3 : Asymmetry between wife and husband.  Akiko Nagai          

Bulletin Board

Lecture by‟Self Leadership Program”

 

Articles

  • Promoting active participation by women in the financial industry.  Tomoko Komagawa
  • Contributed Paper: How Initial Career Commitment Influences Later Career Development.    Machiko Osawa and Xinxin Ma

 

Book Review

  • Joshino Tanjou by Izumi Yonezawa.  Yuko Ishizaki
  • Affirmative Action no Yukue by Masaki Kawashima.   Myoung Jung Kim

Trends

  • Concerning Graduates’ Career Date in 2014.  Ayako Kuroda
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in practical Ethics 2.  Akiko Matsumori
  • The Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society.  Haruka Nukada

  • Women’s Career Studies in The Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences.  Takeshi Fujita
  • Lifelong Learning Center.  Mako Takato
  • Research and Development Center for Teacher Education.  Shizuo Yoshizaki / Hiromi Sekiguchi

Report of the RIWAC Project in 2014

Report on Activities of the RIWAC in 2014

Editorial Guideline

 

2014 NO.6

Preface

Symposium

  • What needs to be done to promote women’s participation in the economy
  • What are necessary now for the promotion of diversity and women’s representation in the workplace? : The ethics and institutions in Europe and the United States, and the current situations and problems of Japan.  Kazuo Yamaguchi
  • Results from a Survey of Women and Career Patterns  Machiko Osawa
  • Women Empowerment as Japan’s Growth Strategy  Riwa Sakamoto
  • Workplace Factors to Promote of Women’s Economic Activities  Emiko Takeishi
  • Training and Women  Masako Kurosawa

 

Bulletin Board

  The flash reports on‟The Results of Research on Teaching Licenses and Women’s Careers”

 

Articles

  • Factors influencing on differencesamong wives of business owners: An case study at a textile town in  Hokuriku area   Saori Miyashita

  • Developing a Syllabus Focusing on Women’s Life Planning: Its Practice and Evaluation in the Career Education   Naoko Osada / Yukiko Yabuta
  • Study on a labor force participation rate of French women   Sumie Inoue

 

Book Review

  • Rodouno syakaibunnsekiJikanKukanJendaCOTTONS AND CASUALSMiriam Glucksmann     Minoru Takada

  • Tagentekikyouseisyakai no kousou    Suganuma Takashi, Katouda Hiroshi, and Kouno Tetuya   Syunsuke Hirino

Trends

  • Concerning the Graduates’ Career Date in 2013  Ayako Kuroda
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in practical Ethics 2   Katsushi Sato
  • The Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society  Noriko Nagata
  • Women’s Career Studies in The Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences   Tomomi Endo
  • Lifelong Learning Center  Mako Takato
  • Research and Development Center for Teacher Education  Sizuo Yosizaki / Hiromi Sekiguti

Report of the RIWAC Project in 2013

Report on Activities of the RIWAC in 2013

Editorial Guideline

 

2013 NO.5

Preface

Symposium

  • Women’s Career Transition and the Role of the University
  • The Results of research on Japanese Women and Careers   Machiko Osawa
  • The university’s Role in Helping Women Re-enter the Labor Market   Connie Dato English
  • Women’s Career Transitions & the Role of the Universities in Korea   Samgeun Kwak
  • Women in the French labor market: the University facing new challenges   Charlyne Millet
  • Women’s Re-employment Support Program at Showa Women’s University  Natsuko Kohara

Bulletin Board

The flash reports on “The Research of Women’s Career Support and the Role of University”

Articles

  • University’s Educational Challenge to Develop Leadership Skills of Women: Through the Course of “Business Leadership” at Women’s University  Toru Anzai
  • A Japan-Korea comparative study on female university students’ attitudes towards marriage and occupational career with a focus on the effects of globalization  Hiroko Nishikawa

Trends

  • Women’s Career Studies in The Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences  Tomomi Endo
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in practical Ethics 2   Takamasa Koyama
  • The Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society  Yoshiko Taya
  • Lifelong Learning Center   Mako Takato
  • Concerning the Graduates’ Career Data in 2012   Ayako Kuroda

Report of the RIWAC Project in 2012

Report on activities of the RIWAC in 2012

Editorial Guideline

 

2012 NO.4

Preface   Masami Iwata

Lectures

  • Women in Disaster and Recovery
  • Disaster and Recovery From a Gender Perspective Akiko Domoto

Articles

Survey of Japanese Women and Careers: Cambodian Households Headed by Married Women Haruko Suzuki

Trends

  • Women’s Career Studies in The Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences   Toshimitsu Tabe
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in practical Ethics 2   Katsuhiro Minemura
  • The Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society  Hiroko Kurata
  • Lifelong Learning Center   Mako Takato
  • Concerning the Graduates’ Career Data in 2011  Ayako Kuroda

Report of the SPSS Seminar  Nho Hoinan

Report on Activities of the RIWAC

Editorial Guideline

 

2011 NO.3

Preface   Masami Iwata

Lecture

An Overview of Research on Women in Thailand: From Mainstream to Feminist     Virada Somsawadi

Articles

  • Social Survey Archives on Women and Career: RIWAC・DA   Junko Sangu and Shuko Nakada
  • Social Surveys on Women and Career in Postwar Japan:  Focusing on Career Concepts    Fumiya Onaka
  • The Meaning of Career Development for Women : Learn from Ayako Ohba’s Survey   Masami Iwata
  • A Study on the Quality-Survey of Women’s Life-Course: Considering TANINO Setsu’s Questionnaire Surveys Conducted During the War   Mako Takato

Trends

  • Women’s Career Studies Mirror in the faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences Toshimitsu Tabe
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in Practical Ethics 2   Sanae Murai
  • The Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society   Hiroko Kurata
  • Lifelong Learning Center   Hatusuko Niimi
  • Concerning the Graduates’ career data in 2010    Harumi Nakano

Report on Activities of the RIWAC

Editorial Guideline

 

2010 NO.2

Preface  Masami Iwata  ⅰ

Special Issues

(1) Lecture & Symposium

  • Women’s Life Course and their Career Development
  • Lecture: Work-life Balance and Equal Opportunity Employment   Hiroki Sato

(2) Round-table Talk

Supporting Women’s Second Careers: What the Business World and Universities Can Do Humio Oka, Makoto Kaneko and Naoko Thornton Fuwa

Articles

  • The social psychological consideration for labyrinth to women’s leadership in Japan Michiko Homma
  • Differentiation of women college graduates lifecourse   Mioko Nakamura

Trends

  • Women’s Career Studies Mirror in the faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences  Tomomi Endo
  • Special Seminar & Lectures in Practical Ethics 2 Kenji Akimoto
  • The role of the Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society    Kei Sasai
  • Lifelong Learning Center: The Lifelong Learning Programs of 2009   Hatsuko Niimi
  • The Recurrent Education Program    Naoko Thornton Fuwa
  • Concerning the Graduates’ career data in 2009    Harumi Nakano

Report on Activities of the RIWAC

Editorial Guideline

 

2009 NO.1

Preface

  • Special Issue: Lecture & Symposium
  • Seeking Diversity inWomen’sSocial participation: Today’s Challenging
  • Lecture: Differentials among Women   Toshiaki Tachibanaki
  • Symposium   Mari Osawa/ Kimiko Kimoto/ Machiko Osawa

Articles

  • A Study on the relevance of undergraduate courses to their graduates’ occupational Careers: the case of The Integrated Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences   Hideo Iwaki
  • Career Development of Highly-Educated Women who have discontinued their Career: From Examples at the Japan Women’s University’s “Recurrent Education and Re-employment System”   keiko Fukuzawa

Trend

  • Women’s Career Studies Mirror in the faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences  Tazuko kobayashi
  • Founding the Interdepartmental Curriculum in Careers for Women in Contemporary Society   Mako Takato
  • After the First Two Years of the Recurrent Education-Reemployment System   Naoko Thornton Fuwa
  • Emplyment Status of the Students, and JWU Career Support System    Harumi Nakano

Report on Activities of the RIWAC

Editorial Guideline

RIWAC News Letter

RIWAC publishes an annual newsletter detailing the Institutions activities. It is reported in an easy-to-understand format, using photographs and illustrations, etc.

RIWAC NEWS LETTER  2013 vol.4

RIWAC NEWS LETTER 2012 vol.3

RIWAC NEWS LETTER 2011 vol.2

RIWAC NEWS LETTER 2010 vol.1

Reports of Research Project

These consist mainly of research reports on study projects sponsored by the Institute. Reports are published on a variety of studies conducted to date.

The Results of Research on Women’s Career Support and the Role of University

The Results of Research on Teaching Licenses and Women’s Careers

The Results of Research on Japanese Women and Careers

Publications by researchers

These are publications in which members of the Institute are involved.

*All publications are written in Japanese.

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