Japanese Women Working

Japanese Women Working

Japanese Women Working

Japanese Women Working

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Editing and producing a volume of essays of this kind invariably takes more time and effort than the editor initially anticipates. I would like to express my gratitude to Peter Sowden of Routledge, who in the first place broached the possibility of a book of papers on Japanese women workers, and who has shown considerable encouragement and patience in waiting for the manuscript. Thanks are also due to the participating scholars, who agreed to submit papers for a volume which is not associated with any conference or symposium, and who had little opportunity for mutual exchange of information or ideas. In the light of this, they are all to be thanked for their hard work in producing a set of papers which have so many issues in common, and, in some cases, for showing confidence in an editor they had yet to meet.

Janet Hunter

London School of Economics

Please note that Japanese words are transcribed according to the standard modified Hepburn romanization. Japanese names are given in the normal Japanese order, with the family name preceding the given name.

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