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Salaryman masculinity

Tomoko Hidaka

Salaryman masculinity

the continuity of and change in the hegemonic masculinity in Japan

by Tomoko Hidaka

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Published by Brill in Leiden, The Netherlands, Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Tomoko Hidaka
SeriesSocial sciences in Asia -- v. 29, Social sciences in Asia -- v. 29.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ1090.7.J3 H54 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24523515M
ISBN 109004183035
ISBN 109789004183032
LC Control Number2010006224
OCLC/WorldCa551196344


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Over the next few chapters, the central concern shifts to the ways in which these individual informants, upon entry into the workforce, negotiated with the expectations of shakaijin salaryman masculinity, against the backdrop of the micro and macro cross-currents of the late s/early s : Romit Dasgupta.

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Futoshi Taga. Book review: Romit Dasgupta, Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan: Crafting Masculinities Author: Futoshi Taga.

This book of the Japanese hegemonic salaryman masculinity demonstrates the Salaryman masculinity book in which the participants construct their masculinities through their life course. Their narratives reveal their contradictions, doubts, dilemmas, anxieties and resignation behind the facade of.

Thus, a primary aim of this book has been to explore the discourse of the salaryman as a particular discourse of masculinity embedded within particular ideologies of gender, sexuality, class, and, indeed, the : Romit Dasgupta. Get this from a library. Salaryman masculinity: the continuity of and change in the hegemonic masculinity in Japan.

[Tomoko Hidaka] -- "Drawing on thirty nine life-histories of three generations of sararīman (salaryman) each working, or having worked, for large companies, this book is an in-depth study of Japanese salaryman. Creating corporate warriors: the "salaryman" and masculinity in Japan.

/ Dasgupta, Romit. Asian Masculinities: The meaning and practice of manhood in China and Japan. / Kam Louie; Morris Low. London: Routledge, p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › ChapterCited by: "Chapter Five. Ikigai" published on 01 Jan by Brill. Re-reading the salaryman in Japan: Crafting masculinities. of the Japanese male as a salaryman, this book will be of huge interest to students and scholars of Author: R.

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salaryman as hegemonic form of masculinity, or that the salaryman is more resilient than many would perhaps expect.

Since I cannot focus on every sort of Japanese masculinity within the scope of this thesis, I have chosen to analyse the otaku and herbivore man as two of the most important masculinities that could come to replace the salaryman.

Book Description This book is the first comprehensive account of the changing role of men and the construction of masculinity in contemporary Japan. The book moves beyond the stereotype of the Japanese white-collar businessman to explore the diversity of identities and experiences that may be found among men in contemporary Japan, including.

The ubiquitous salaryman came to signify both Japanese masculinity, and Japanese corporate culture, and in this sense, the salaryman embodied \'the archetypal citizen\'. This book uses the figure of he salaryman to explore masculinity in Japan by examining the salaryman as a gendered construct.

engagements with salaryman masculinity during the years of focus in this book – the post-Bubble late s. As the informants’ voices will highlight, these were years when, in common with the issues discussed in previous chapters, expectations about friendship and collegiality within the workplace were also especially subject to competing Author: Romit Dasgupta.

Abstract. At the height of Japan’s economic boom the dominant masculine ideal was the salaryman (sarariiman). However, while a significant amount of research has been conducted to understand individual experiences of performing this hegemonic masculinity, as well as those marginalised by it, there is very little research on those that live complicit with hegemonic masculinity.

Men dominate visual kei, so it may be interesting to examine gender fluidity in Japan, a society that still subscribes to traditional notions of masculinity (aka.

salaryman/breadwinner masculinity. The salaryman is an embodiment of the Japanese hegemonic masculinity, i.e. the dominant ideal of manhood in Japan. He and his culture are a subject of numerous studies.

Salaryman masculinity is associated with patriarchy and traditional values. Masculinities in Japan - Discovering the shifting gender boundaries of contemporary Japan salaryman masculinity, and hegemonic masculinity in general.

10 The emergence of men’s studies His first book on the topic of masculinity was “Otokorashisa” no yukue (The course of masculinity, ). In this book, Itō seeks to describe File Size: 2MB. Framing the m̀acro': historicizing salaryman masculinity Men's stories of becoming otoko Becoming shakaijin: c̀raftings' into salaryman masculinity Working with salaryman masculinity Working with heterosexuality: sexuality, marriage, fatherhood, and salaryman masculinity Working with homosociality Beyond the.

Salaryman masculinity the continuity of and change in the hegemonic masculinity in Japan. Author Hidaka, Tomoko.

Title Salaryman masculinity [electronic resource]: the continuity of and change in the hegemonic masculinity in Japan / by Tomoko Hidaka. Format E-Book Published Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston: Brill, This book is the first comprehensive account of the changing role of men and the construction of masculinity in contemporary Japan.

The book moves beyond the stereotype of the Japanese white-collar businessman to explore the diversity of identities and experiences that may be found among men in contemporary Japan, including those versions of masculinity which are.

Framing the 'macro': historicizing salaryman masculinity Men's stories of becoming otoko Becoming shakaijin: 'craftings' into salaryman masculinity Working with salaryman masculinity Working with heterosexuality: sexuality, marriage, fatherhood, and salaryman masculinity Working with homosociality Beyond the.

Fifteen years later he has parlayed that material into this book, focusing on the “man” in “salaryman” (p. Borrowing from Dorinne Kondo’s well-known work on “crafting selves,” 1 he sets out to see how this “hegemonic” style of masculinity (pp.

7–8) is crafted through upbringing, cultural milieu, and workplace encounters. Buy Re-reading the Salaryman in Japan: Crafting Masculinities (Routledge/Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) East Asian Series) 1 by Romit Dasgupta (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Dasgupta calls this new corporate ideal a “glocally hegemonic discourse of transnational corporate masculinity” where the pre-existing model of salaryman masculinity is being re-shaped by the new global ideal of Euro-American corporate masculinity or in Raewyn Connell's () term, “transnational business masculinity”—“a discourse Cited by: 3.

A salaryman (サラリーマン, sararīman) is a salaried worker and, more specifically, a Japanese white-collar worker who shows overriding loyalty and commitment to the corporation where he works.

Salarymen are expected to work long hours, additional overtime, to participate in after-work leisure activities such as drinking, singing karaoke and visiting hostess bars with. Japan’s corporate management style has also influenced salaryman masculinity, thus the decline of salaryman masculinity has emerged from the economic recession in the s, which destroyed Japanese style management and the stable long-term supply of career jobs for men.

There is much knowledge to be acquired from this : Kana Takamatsu. Men and Masculinities in Contemporary Japan book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book is the first comprehensive account o /5(10). dichotomy between masculinity in the office and women at home has changed very slowly. With the social implications of the hikikomori, part-time workers, impending labor shortage and tendency to marry later, profound changes in salaryman masculinity and the family seem to Author: William Rahardjo.

in this journalAuthor: Futoshi Taga. Summary: The gender wars have grown hotter in the past few years, as the assault begins on masculinity. We use our children as guinea pigs to.

Pdf Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender chronicles the pdf, growth, history, impact, and future direction of race, gender, and class studies from a multidisciplinary perspective. The research in this subfield has been wide-ranging, including works in sociology, gender studies, anthropology, political science, social policy, history, and public .Chapter 6: Sport and the Construction of Masculinity in the Japanese Education System, Richard Light--Chapter 7: Creating Corporate Warriors: The "Salaryman" and Masculinity in Japan, Romit Dasgupta-- Tracing Lives--Chapter 8: Rethinking Male Socialisation: Life Histories of Japanese Male Youth, Futoshi TagaRomit Dasgupta’s article explores the discourse of masculinity in Japan as embodied in ebook urban, middle-class white collar ‘salaryman’ during the Showa () and Heisei (present) periods.

Dasgupta’s study argues for the continued relevance of the salaryman to understandings of masculinity in contemporary Japan.