The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
August 2021(No.733)
The Development and Current Status of Internships in Japan

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The Future of Japanese-style Internships
Koichiro Komikawa

ARTICLESAugust 2021(No.733) (PDF:KB)

A Study of the Historical Background of Internships by University Students in Japan,
their Diverse Changes in Recent Years, and Related Issues: From the Perspectives
of Educational Purposes and Employment/Recruitment Purposes
Jun Kameno
Internships as University Education: Current Situation and Challenges
Masashi Matsutaka
Internships and the Role of the Career Center: From the Perspective of a Japanese
University Career Center
Akihiro Sumida
Consideration of Relationships between Various Internship Experiences and Effects
Yasuyuki Hatsumi
Hiromi Sakazume
Osamu Umezaki
Mutual Learning for SMEs and Students through Long-Term Practical Internships
Itaru Ashizuka
Regional Revitalization Internships: The Importance of Coordinators
Norihide Imanaga


Gillian Thomas Because of Sex : One Law, Ten Cases, and Fifty Years That Changed American Women’s Lives at Work
Toshiko Kanno
Takashi Oshio Health in Japan: A Social Scientific Approach
Michio Yuda
Yutaka Nishinarita Industrialization of Modern Japan and Change of People’s Consciousness
Tatsuya Katsumata


Avent-Holt, Dustin, Lasse Folke Henriksen, Anna Erika Hägglund, Jiwook Jung, Naomi Kodama,Silvia Maja Melzer, Eunmi Mun, Anthony Rainey and Donald Tomaskovic-Devey
“Occupations, Workplaces or Jobs?: An Exploration of Stratification Contexts Using Administrative Data”
Kota Tagami


The Appeal of Oxford University
Yumi Nishioka

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