The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
November 2019 (No.712)
Harassment

The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies is a peer review-based specialist research magazine containing high-quality articles by researchers and experts active in the front lines of research (first issued in 1959).

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CONTENTS

OPINION

Towards a Society without “Violence and Harassment”
Miho Mitsunari

DIALOGUE

Labor Law Precedents 2018-2019: The Issues Involved
Susumu Noda
Kaoko Okuda

ARTICLESNovember 2019 (No.712) (PDF:405KB)

Harassment Laws and the Current Legal Situation in Japan
Fumio Yamazaki
The Law to Prevent “Power Harassment”
Fumiko Obata
Psychosocial Practices for Perpetrators
Tadashi Nakamura
Will the Strengthening of Prevention Measures Eliminate Sexual Harassment?
The Workplace Power Structure and Sexual Harassment
Kazue Muta

BOOK REVIEW

Motomichi Otani, Koichi Kawai (eds.)
Civil Service in Contemporary Japan: How Recent Government Reforms Changed
the Public Personnel System
Mariko Okada

ARTICLE TODAY

Loïc Lerouge “Réflexions juridiques autour du rapport «Santé au travail :
vers un système simplifié pour une prévention renforcée»”
Rika Abe

FIELD EYE

The Circumstances behind the Chinese “Sharing Economy” as Seen from
Online Dispatching Services
Qi Zhong

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