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Women and Japanese Management : Discrimination and Reform

By: Lam, Alice C L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (298 p.).ISBN: 9780203076057.Subject(s): Sex discrimination in employment | Sex discrimination in employment - Japan | WomenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Women and Japanese Management : Discrimination and ReformDDC classification: 331.40952 | 331.41330952 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Women and Japanese management: Discrimination and reform; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1 Introduction and background; Part I Discrimination against women in employment: theory and practice; Chapter 2 Internal labour markets and discrimination; Chapter 3 Sexual inequality in the Japanese employment system: discriminatory company practices; Chapter 4 The emerging situation: changing company practice in response to market pressures; Part II Legislation and reform; Chapter 5 Legislating for change? The Equal Employment Opportunity Law
Chapter 6 The management responsePart III A case study; Chapter 7 The Seibu case: an introduction; Chapter 8 The Seibu case: changing company practice; Chapter 9 Changing roles and attitudes of Seibu women: towards equal opportunity?; Part IV Conclusions; Chapter 10 Equal employment for women in the Japanese employment system: limitations and obstacles; Appendix A: Field study methods and the survey samples; Appendix B: ANOVA and multiple classification analysis; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: A historical perspective on the often-neglected place of women in Japan''s economy, concluding with an illuminating present-day case study.
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Cover; Women and Japanese management: Discrimination and reform; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1 Introduction and background; Part I Discrimination against women in employment: theory and practice; Chapter 2 Internal labour markets and discrimination; Chapter 3 Sexual inequality in the Japanese employment system: discriminatory company practices; Chapter 4 The emerging situation: changing company practice in response to market pressures; Part II Legislation and reform; Chapter 5 Legislating for change? The Equal Employment Opportunity Law

Chapter 6 The management responsePart III A case study; Chapter 7 The Seibu case: an introduction; Chapter 8 The Seibu case: changing company practice; Chapter 9 Changing roles and attitudes of Seibu women: towards equal opportunity?; Part IV Conclusions; Chapter 10 Equal employment for women in the Japanese employment system: limitations and obstacles; Appendix A: Field study methods and the survey samples; Appendix B: ANOVA and multiple classification analysis; Notes; Bibliography; Index

A historical perspective on the often-neglected place of women in Japan''s economy, concluding with an illuminating present-day case study.

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