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Title Being young in super-aging Japan : formative events and cultural reactions / edited by Patrick Heinrich and Christian Galan.

Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xv, 230 pages)
Series Routledge contemporary Japan series ; 74
Contents part, I Formative events -- chapter 1 Introduction -- Studying the young generation in super-aging Japan / Patrick Heinrich Christian Galan -- chapter 2 The political economy of the declining birthrate / Yuiko Imamura -- chapter 3 From youth to non-adulthood in Japan -- The role of education / Christian Galan -- chapter 4 Youth sexuality under the spotlight in a super-aged society with too few children / Beverley Anne Yamamoto -- chapter 5 Raising children and the emergence of new fatherhood in a super-aging society / Masako Ishii-Kuntz -- chapter 6 Struggling men in emasculated life-courses -- Non-regular employment among young men / Jun Imai -- chapter 7 The Fukushima event, or the birth of a politicized generation / Anne Gonon -- part, II Cultural and emotional reactions -- chapter 8 "How average am I?" Youths in a super-aged society / Florian Coulmas -- chapter 9 The structure of happiness -- Why young Japanese might be happy after all / Carola Hommerich Tim Tiefenbach -- chapter 10 Life on the small screen -- Japan's Digital Natives / Hidenori Masiko -- chapter 11 Dialect cosplay -- Language use by the young generation / Patrick Heinrich -- chapter 12 No family, no school -- Young people in literature by young Japanese writers / Dan Fujiwara -- chapter 13 Visualizing elders by young artists -- Age and generational differences / Gunhild Borggreen -- part, Conclusions -- chapter 14 Social rejuvenation and change -- The resilient generation of the Heisei period / Christian Galan Patrick Heinrich.
Other author Galan, Christian, editor.
Heinrich, Patrick, editor.
Subject Population aging -- Social aspects -- Japan.
Youth -- Japan.
Japan -- Civilization -- 21st century.
ISBN 9781351025065 (e-book : PDF)
Standard Number 10.4324/9781351025065