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Vol.11 Participation and Good Goverbance; Environmental Issues; from a Gender Perspective (December, 2002)

Vol.11 Participation and Good Goverbance; Environmental Issues; from a Gender Perspective (December, 2002)

【Contents】

Foreword Keiko Higuchi Domestic Violence is Social Debt
Research Paper Sumiko Ohiwa Population Policies in Singapore: State Fatherhood and Modern Daughters
  Harumi Kitabayashi, Sununta Sriwaat, and Yaowanes Kammanas The Situation Concerning Violence against Women and a Response by the Public Health Sector in Northeastern Thailand
  Daniel O’Brien Women’s Rights as Human Rights: The Reason for the Women’s International War Crime Tribunal
  Machiko Higuchi A Study of Young Women in a Sri Lankan Certified School: A Primary Health Care Perspective on Their Rehabilitaion
  Naomi Okiyama The Phenomenon of Filipino Women’s Migration to Japan: Potentials for Empowerment
KFAW Reports Masami Shinozaki Domestic Violence in Japan: From Kitakyushu Survey
  Yukiko Oda Organizing Roundtable Discussions for Mainstreaming Gender Perspectives in Sustainable Development
Trends in Women’s Studies in Asia Dr. Chueh Chang, and Dr. Hsiao-chin Hsieh Trends in Women’s Studies in Taiwan, Province of China
Current Topics  Kiyoko Furusawa A Gender-Based Analysis of East Timor’s National Budget
Book Review Yasue Mochizuki Achieving Gender Equality through Restructuring National Machineries
  Kyoko Matsumoto The Origins and Growth of the New-rich ‘Nobodies’
Photo Essay Yumiko Moriya Gender Roles Among the Palaw’ an of Palawan Island, Philippines
Women in Kitakyushu Beverly Yamamoto Leading the Women’s Anti-Pollution Movement: A Profile of Mori Akiko
Editor’s Note    


JPY 1,000 (out of print)
B5/136 pages
Published in December, 2002
ISSN 0918-8568