Penetrating analysis of the failures of Japanese higher education and of the discrimination and restrictions placed on young women in Japan. Essays include studies of attitudes and expectations of Japanese college women, of the revival of militarism in Japan and the general failure of the nationas highly vaunted JET program.Essays on the Education aamp; Attitudes of Japanese College Women Daniel A. Metraux ... Slowly, she decided that she could, though she had never been musical. Never mind ... His verdict was bluntaaYou cana#39;t sing and you cana#39;t play abut keep trying. ... They live for now and disregard agents who pass out business cards.
|Title||:||Under the Gaijin Gaze|
|Author||:||Daniel A. Metraux|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2001|