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

Research Project

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2017year

Theme of Project Representative
Study on Intergenerational Human Exchange: Policy and Practice Yukihiro Masuda
A Comparative Sociological Study of Women and Careers in Contemporary Japan: On the Basis of a Social Research Data  Archive Fumiya Onaka
Study on Highly Educated Women’s Re-employment and Support from Educational Institutions Machiko Osawa
Reexamination of Family Definitions in Life Courses Diversification Akiko Nagai
Comparative Sociological Study of Cancer Tobyo-ki:Interaction between Individuals and Society in Their Illness Narratives Michiko Kadobayashi

2016year

Theme of Project Representative
Reexamination of Family Definitions in Life Courses Diversification Akiko Nagai
Study on Intergenerational Human Exchange: Policy and Practice Yukihiro Masuda
Women’s reversion-to-Japan movement in Okinawa under the U.S. occupation in historical sociology Junko Takahashi

2015year

Theme of Project Representative
Reexamination of Family Definitions in Life Courses Diversification Akiko Nagai
Study on Intergenerational Human Exchange: Policy and Practice Yukihiro Masuda
Clinical Application of Caring for Breast of Uterine Cancer Patients through Writing Michiko Kadobayashi
Women’s reversion-to-Japan movement in Okinawa under the U.S. occupation in historical sociology Junko Takahashi 

2014year

Theme of Project Representative
Center for Research in Comparative Sociology ”Thai Women and Examination as an Institution for Career Building” Fumiya Onaka
Family Diversification and Blood Relationship Hiroe Izumi
Research about the maternity harassment Hiromi Sugiura
Research of Care for Breast or Uterine Cancer Patients Using Creative Writing Michiko Kadobayashi
Women’s reversion-to-Japan movement in Okinawa under the U.S. occupation in historical sociology Junko Takahashi 

2013year

Theme of Project Representative
Family Diversification and Blood Relationship Hiroe Izumi
Comparative Research of Japan and China International Social Welfare Education Ketsu Shin
Examination as a Career System and Thai Women Fumiya Onaka
An increase in economic risk and response by households: Japan and Korea comparison Machiko Osawa
Research on women’s work styles and career in the business contributing for a society Noriko Suzuki

2012year

Theme of Project Representative
Trend Analysis of Japanese Family Akiko Nagai
Research on women’s work styles and career in the business contributing for a society Noriko Suzuki
Kinship Care in Japan: Building Family Ties Hiroe Izumi
An increase in economic risk and response by households: Japan and Korea comparison Machiko Osawa
Examination as a Career System and Thai Women Fumiya Onaka

 

 

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