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 15, Issue 3
- 13. Examining Japanese youth’s perception of political citizenship: What is my normative role in democracy?
- 12. Mamoru Oshii's Exploration of the Potentialities of Consciousness in a Globalised Capitalist Network
- 11. Toward an Ethos of Relationality: Radical Eroticism and Collective Becoming in Ueda Sayuri’s Zeusu no ori
- 10. Negotiating the salaryman’s hegemonic masculinity in Murakami’s A Wild Sheep Chase
- 4. Regional Revitalisation as Culture, Identity and Citizenship: Promise, Peril and Shared Sacrifice for Shared Investment
- 3. The Undesirable Other: Assessing Foreigner Incorporation in Japan