Yumi Hashizume

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Caregiving in Japan is defined as predominately a woman's responsibility. However, caregiving has been largely understudied as a lived experience or within a cultural frame of reference. In an estimated 50% of Japanese households, women are currently caregivers of one or more family members. However, the relative absence of information on their experiences(More)
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