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GENDERS AND SEXUALITIES IN JAPAN.

By: McLelland, Mark.
Contributor(s): Dasgupta, Romit.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Studies in Asia's Transformations: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2005Description: 1 online resource (241 p.).ISBN: 9780203346839.Subject(s): Gender identity | Gender identity - Japan | Gender identity - Japan | Homosexuality | Homosexuality - Japan | Transgenderism - Japan | TranssexualismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: GENDERS AND SEXUALITIES IN JAPANDDC classification: 305.3/0952 | 305.30952 LOC classification: HQ1075.5.J3G46 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Half-Title; Series Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Note on the text; 1 Introduction; 2 Hegemonic gender in Japanese as a foreign language educationAustralian perspectives; 3 The origins of "queer studies" in postwar Japan; 4 Transgendering sho¯jo sho¯setsu; 5 From The Well of Lonelinesstotheakarui rezubian; 6 The politics of okamaandonabe; 7 Salarymen doing queer; 8 Being male in a female world; 9 "Understanding through the body"; 10 An introduction to men's studies; 11 Rethinking Japanese masculinities; 12 Salarymen doing straight
13 Feminist futures in Japan14 Commodied romance in a Tokyo host club; Index
Summary: Incorporating Japanese language materials and field-based research, this compelling collection of essays takes a comparative look at the changing notions of gender and sexual diversity in Japan, considering both heterosexual and non-heterosexual histories, lifestyles and identities.Written by key Japanese authors and Western scholars the volume examines how non-conformist individuals have questioned received notions and challenged social norms relating to sex and gender. The chapters depict the plurality of gender positions; from housewives opposed to gender roles within marri
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Book Cover; Half-Title; Series Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Note on the text; 1 Introduction; 2 Hegemonic gender in Japanese as a foreign language educationAustralian perspectives; 3 The origins of "queer studies" in postwar Japan; 4 Transgendering sho¯jo sho¯setsu; 5 From The Well of Lonelinesstotheakarui rezubian; 6 The politics of okamaandonabe; 7 Salarymen doing queer; 8 Being male in a female world; 9 "Understanding through the body"; 10 An introduction to men's studies; 11 Rethinking Japanese masculinities; 12 Salarymen doing straight

13 Feminist futures in Japan14 Commodied romance in a Tokyo host club; Index

Incorporating Japanese language materials and field-based research, this compelling collection of essays takes a comparative look at the changing notions of gender and sexual diversity in Japan, considering both heterosexual and non-heterosexual histories, lifestyles and identities.Written by key Japanese authors and Western scholars the volume examines how non-conformist individuals have questioned received notions and challenged social norms relating to sex and gender. The chapters depict the plurality of gender positions; from housewives opposed to gender roles within marri

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<p>Mark McLelland is a research fellow in the Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies at the University of Queensland. He is the author of Male Homosexuality in Modern Japan (RoutledgeCurzon) and co-editor of Japanese Cybercultures (Routledge).</p> <p>Romit Dasgupta lectures in Japanese language, Japanese Studies, and Asian Studies in the School of Social and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia. He has published widely on the topic of Japanese masculinity in edited collections and academic journals.</p>

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