We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of Social Science Japan Journal (Vol.22, No.1). In addition to general articles, the winter issue features a special section on The Quit Transformation of Status in Japan guest edited by Carola Hommerich.
SPECIAL ISSUE: THE QUIET TRANSFORMATION OF STATUS IDENTIFICATION IN JAPAN
“Introduction to the Special Issue”
By Carola HOMMERICH
“Movement behind the Scenes: The Quiet Transformation of Status Identification in Japan”
By Carola HOMMERICH; Toru KIKKAWA
“Why Do the Japanese Still See Themselves as Middle Class? The Impact of Socio-structural Changes on Status Identification”
By Naoki SUDO
“The Changing Images of Japan’s Social Stratification: The Other Side of the ‘Quiet Transformation’”
By Hiroshi KANBAYASHI
“The Vanishing ‘Mass Education Society’”
By Ryoji MATSUOKA
“Designing Jobs to Make Employees Happy? Focus on Job Satisfaction First”
By Remy MAGNIER-WATANABE; Caroline F BENTON; Toru UCHIDA; Philippe ORSINI
“Silent Exits: Risk and Post-3.11 Skilled Migration from Japan to Australia”
By Nana OISHI; Iori HAMADA
“Japan’s Central Eurasian Policy: A Focus on Turkic Muslim Minorities”
By Sinan LEVENT
This issue features 21 reviews of recently published English and Japanese language monographs on Japanese society.
For access to our latest issue and more information on how to submit to SSJJ, please visit our website at https://academic.oup.com/ssjj.