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Ueno Chizuko (上野 千鶴子, born July 12, 1948, in Toyama Prefecture) is a Japanese sociologist and Japan's "best-known feminist". The Modern Family in Japan: Its Rise and Fall. Victoria, Australia: Trans Pacific Press.

This award-winning book brings together Chizuko Ueno's groundbreaking essays on the rise and fall of the modern family in. .

This award-winning book brings together Chizuko Ueno's groundbreaking essays on the rise and fall of the modern family in Japan. The central focus is on the housewife - her history, her ever-changing responsibilities, her ways of surviving mid-life crisis. This is an indispensable book for students and scholars seeking to understand modern Japan.

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This award-winning book brings together Chizuko Ueno's groundbreaking essays on the rise and fall of the modern family in Japan. Combining historical, sociological, anthropological, and journalistic methodologies, Ueno - who is arguably the foremost feminist theoretician in Japan - delineates in vivid detail how the family has been changing in form and function in the last hundred years. In each chapter, Ueno introduces the reader to a different facet of modern Japanese family life, ranging from children who fantasize about being orphans to the elderly who confront 'pre-senescence.' The central focus is on the housewife - her history, her ever-changing responsibilities, her ways of surviving mid-life crisis. This is an indispensable book for students and scholars seeking to understand modern Japan.
The Modern Family in Japan: Its Rise and Fall (Japanese Society Series) download epub
Humanities
Author: Chizuko Ueno
ISBN: 1876843624
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Trans Pacific Press (April 1, 2009)
Pages: 283 pages