- Title Pages
- Part I Change Over Time
- Chapter 1 Work and Life in Challenging Times
- Chapter 2 Being a Man in a Straitened Japan
- Part II Work Conditions and Experiences
- Chapter 3 Working Women of the Bubble Generation
- Chapter 4 “Making an Ant’s Forehead of Difference”
- Chapter 5 Shelf Lives and the Labors of Loss
- Part III Exploring New Roles and Identities
- Chapter 6 Single Women in Marriage and Employment Markets in Japan
- Chapter 7 The Aging of the Japanese Family
- Chapter 8 Barrier-Free Brothels
- Part IV Making Social Ties
- Chapter 9 Recreating Connections
- Chapter 10 The Divination Arts in Girl Culture
- Part V Persisting Patterns and Continuities
- Chapter 11 Education after the “Lost Decade(s)”
- Chapter 12 Lightweight Cars and Women Drivers
- Chapter 13 The Story of a Seventy-Three-Year-Old Woman Living Alone
- Capturing Contemporary Japan
- University of Hawai'i Press
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