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Author Ochiai, Emiko
Title Transformation of the Intimate and the Public in Asian Modernity : Transformation of the Intimate and the Public in Asian Modernity
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (330 pages)
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Series The Intimate and the Public in Asian and Global Perspectives Ser. ; v.5
The Intimate and the Public in Asian and Global Perspectives Ser
Note Intro -- Transformation of the Intimate and the Public in Asian Modernity -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Introduction: Reconstruction of Intimate and Public Spheres in Asian Modernity -- 1 "First Modernity" and "Second Modernity"-A Redefinition Focusing on Demography and Gender -- 2 Logics of Asian Modernity: "Compressed Modernity" and "Semi-Compressed Modernity" -- 3 Asian Families and States -- 4 Structure of This Book -- 1 Individualization without Individualism: Compressed Modernity and Obfuscated Family Crisis in East Asia -- 1 The Paradox: Individualization of Familialist East Asians -- 2 Compressed Modernity, Family Change and Individualization -- 3 Family-centered (Compressed) Modernity and Defamiliation: Institutionalized Familialism -- 4 Second Modernity and Its Institutional Ramifications: Individualization as Risk Aversion -- 5 Individualization with Familialist Attitudes: Empirical Evidence -- 6 Comparative Appraisal: The Japanese Experience in Perspective -- 2 Unsustainable Societies: Low Fertility and Familialism in East Asia's Compressed and Semi-compressed Modernities -- 1 Ultra-low and Lowest-low Fertility in East Asia -- 2 Paradox of Marriage in East Asia -- 3 Varieties of Familialism and their Failure -- 4 Conclusion -- 3 Demographic Dividend and the Future of Asia -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Demographic Dividend -- 3 The Future of Asia -- 4 The Public Sphere -- Summary -- 4 Shrinking of the Japanese Uniqueness: A Quantitative Analysis of Life Course Changes -- 1 Japanese Life Course Patterns and Familialism -- 2 The Uniqueness of Japan Seen from a Comparison of the Welfare Regimes -- 3 Stability of the M-shaped Employment Pattern and Its Changes -- 4 Changes in the Social Status of the Elderly and in the Meaning of Living with Their Children
5 Educational Attainment of Young Men and Their Initial Career -- 6 Shrinking of the Japanese System and Its Implication -- 5 Factors in the Wage Differential between Standard and Nonstandard Employment: A comparison of Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan -- 1 Question: Why are Wages for Nonstandard Employment Low? -- 2 Nonstandard Employment Wage Reducing Factors -- 3 Model: Oaxaca-Blinder Decomposition -- 4 Data -- 5 Analysis Results -- 6 Discussion -- 6 Care Diamonds and Welfare Regimes in East and Southeast Asian Societies -- 1 Social Networks and Welfare Mix -- 2 Comparative Research on Asian Families -- 3 Social Networks for Childcare -- 4 Social Networks for Elderly Care -- 5 The Care Diamond and the Welfare Regime -- 6 The Reconstruction of Care Networks -- 7 Incorporating Foreign Domestic Workers as Providers of Family Care: Case Studies of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Familialism in Asia -- 3 Conclusion -- 8 Social Investment Policy in South Korea -- 1 Policy Learning and Transfer -- 2 Social Care Expansion in Korea -- 3 Political Economy of Policy Change since 2000: Policy Imperatives and Policy Learning -- 4 The Post-2003 Child Care Reform Process: Advancing Social Care under the Social Investment Paradigm -- 5 Conclusion -- 9 A Comparative Perspective on Japanese Family Law -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Image and Function of Law -- 3 Features of Japanese Family Law -- 4 The Idea of Family and the Protection of Family Members -- 10 The Development of Civil Society in East Asia: Focusing on the Environment, Human Rights and Migrant Labor -- Introduction -- 1 Analytical Concepts: Opposing, Complementary and Cooperative Functions of Civil Society -- 2 Theoretical Reflection: Regional Governance Approach and New Regionalism Approach -- 3 The Quantitative Evidence for Developing Civil Society in East Asia
4 The Creation of Publicness from Below by Civil Society -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Index
This book's strongest appeal lies in its theoretical orientation, seeking to define frameworks that are most relevant to the Asian reality. These frameworks include compressed and semi-compressed modernity, familialism, familialization policy, unsustainable society, second demographic dividend, care diamond, and transnational public sphere. Such concepts are seen as essential in any discussion concerning the intimate and public spheres of contemporary Asia
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Ochiai, Emiko Transformation of the Intimate and the Public in Asian Modernity : Transformation of the Intimate and the Public in Asian Modernity Leiden : BRILL,c2014 9789004252233
Subject Social change -- Asia.;Intimacy (Psychology) -- Social aspects -- Asia.;Public spaces -- Social aspects -- Asia.;Asia -- Social life and customs -- 21st century
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Alt Author Hosoya, Leo Aoi
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