Samurai and Sarariiman: The Discourse on Masculinity in Modern Japan

@inproceedings{SchadSeifert2001SamuraiAS,
  title={Samurai and Sarariiman: The Discourse on Masculinity in Modern Japan},
  author={Annette Schad-Seifert},
  year={2001}
}
Historically orientated women’s and gender studies have recently become a firmly established field of research in the social science sector of Japanese studies. This corresponds to the generally strong position that gender studies have acquired in the human and social sciences today. Women’s and gender studies have proliferated in academic circles, since the question of gender is today viewed as both a socially and a culturally constructed phenomenon. Suddenly, all kinds of scholars, including… Expand