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  • Author:
    Ross Mouer,Hirosuke Kawanishi
  • ISBN:
    0521658454
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    978-0521658454
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    Cambridge University Press (June 13, 2005)
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    324 pages
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by Ross Mouer (Author), Hirosuke Kawanishi (Author). Work and Economic Orgnisation in Japan provides a comprehensive, introductory overview of the 'world of work' in Japan. ISBN-13: 978-0521651202. It then moves on to consider the changes that took place in the early nineties when disillusionment set in and unemployment and economic insecurity became facts of life.

Contemporary Japanese Society provides a comprehensive portrayal of modern Japan through the analysis of key . A Sociology of Work in Japan. Published online: 03 December 2009. Print publication: 11 May 2005.

Contemporary Japanese Society provides a comprehensive portrayal of modern Japan through the analysis of key aspects of Japanese society and culture, ranging from work and gender politics to science and technology. The series offers a balanced yet interpretive approach. Books are designed for a wide range of readers including undergraduate beginners in Japanese studies, to scholars and professionals.

Kawanishi Hirosuke is Professor of Sociology at Waseda University, Tokyo. 5 50% (1). 4 50% (1).

Ross Mouer, Hirosuke Kawanishi . The authors of this comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the relationship between work and society in Japan argue that individual decisions about work can only be understood through the broader social context. Underlying the discussion is a challenge to the celebration of Japanese management practices which has dominated the literature for the last three decades.

It considers the changes that took place in the early nineties when disillusionment set in and unemployment and economic insecurity became facts of life. The authors challenge the preeminence of Japanese management practices which have dominated the literature over the last three decades. Categories: Other Social Sciences\Sociology.

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Article in International Journal of Japanese Sociology 17(1) · November 2008 with 18 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Exploring the construct of y orientation across three Asian and two Western societies (Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and the United States), we show evidence that top-level executives in these societies hold fundamentally different beliefs about their responsibilities toward different stakeholders, with concomitant implications for their understanding and enactment.

His publications include Images of Japanese Society: A Study in the Construction of Social Reality (1986 with Yoshio Sugimoto). Kawanishi Hirosuke is Professor of Sociology at Waseda University, Tokyo.

This comprehensive, introductory overview of the "world of work" in Japan recalls post-war Japan to analyze the development of industrial relations and the Japanese style of management. It considers the changes that took place in the early nineties when disillusionment set in and unemployment and economic insecurity became facts of life. The authors challenge the preeminence of Japanese management practices which have dominated the literature over the last three decades.