electronic journal of
contemporary japanese studies
The electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies (ejcjs) is an international peer reviewed journal in the Social Sciences and Humanities that publishes academic research and scholarly writing on all issues related to contemporary Japanese society, economy, politics, literature, theatre, cinema, and culture.
Volume 14, Issue 1
- 5. Illegality from Within: The Sustenance of Migrant Illegality in Japan
- 4. Cultural Accountability for Business-Practice Differences and Beyond: A Comparative Study on Bank Loan Classification between Japan and the USA
- 3. Flagging the national identity, reinforcing Japaneseness: the case of the national idols pre- and post-2011
- 2. Nostalgic Asianism in Postwar Japan: The TV Drama Kaikestu Harimau
- 1. Rural Queer Associations: Metropolitan Homonormativity & Gay Communities in Rural Japan
- 2. Japanese Media Ideologies Behind The National Football Teams: Representing Japan and Portraying Archetypes of Men and Women?
- 1. Busy Being Busy