The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies
February-March 2019(No.704)
The Present Situation of Labour Research:
A Review of Academic Works 2016-18

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

How to Make the Empirical-Labour-Research Meaningful
Mitsuo Ishida

ACADEMIC SURVEY

The Present Situation of Labour Research:
A Review of Academic Works 2016-18
Shinichi Ogawa
Fumiko Nishino
Itaru Nishimura
Takashi Nishimura

BOOK REVIEWS

Takayasu Nakamura et al. Education and Social Stratification:Analysis based on
the ESSM2013 Survey in Japan
Toru Kikkawa
Yumi Nishioka Personnel Management of a Diversified Employment: Empirical
Analysis of Human Resource Portfolio
Atsushi Sato

BOOK NOTE

Yuji Genda Navigating Your Career in Your Thirties
Yukimitsu Nishimura

ARTICLE TODAY

Windeler, J. B., Chudoba, K. M., and Sundrup, R. Z. “Getting Away from
Them All: Managing Exhaustion from Social Interaction with Telework”
Tsuyoshi Ohira

FIELD EYE

Child Care in Irvine
Akiko Maruyama

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