Girls Just Want To Have Fun: The Portrayal of Girls’ Rebellion in Mobile Phone Novels

  title={Girls Just Want To Have Fun: The Portrayal of Girls’ Rebellion in Mobile Phone Novels},
  author={Marie Seong-Hak Kim},
  • M. Kim
  • Published 1 June 2017
  • Environmental Science
As host of the 2010 Nagoya Biodiversity Summit, Japan reaffi rmed its eff orts to conserve biodiversity for future generations. Rebuilding relationships with nature and strengthening conservation education are key priorities of Japan’s biodiversity conservation agenda to improve outcomes for threatened species and local communities. Th is paper examines community engagement with the critically endangered Okinawa Rail (Hypotaenidia okinawae), an endemic bird of the Yanbaru forests of northern… 


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