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Japan's 10 most intractable problems Mar. The biggest problems it faces — sinking economy, aging society, sinking birthrate, radiation, unpopular and seemingly powerless government — present an overwhelming challenge and possibly an existential threat. Less fateful but closer to home is a tangle of smaller worries and anxieties, of which Shukan Josei March 13 enumerates Some of them — one-third of single women living in poverty, rising number of children needing protection from child abuse — are in fact far from minor.
Others — increase in bicycle accidents, increasing destruction caused by wildlife — do seem at first glance to merit the back burner, although at second glance… Take destructive wildlife, for instance.
Deer, wild boar, monkeys and other creatures who know not what they do cause each year an estimated 20 billion yen worth of damage to crops, national parks, and also to people in the form of personal injury — monkeys especially.
If only the Japanese, like the Europeans, could acquire a taste for eating game! Then hunters would hunt the marauders in greater numbers, and a sustainable balance be restored.
But though the Japanese became meat-eaters, their preference remains strictly for domestic livestock. Cyclists draw most of the blame, not altogether fairly.
Japan, the magazine points out, is far behind other places, notably Holland and Scandinavia, in creating exclusive bicycle lanes.
At least some of the rise is attributed to neighbors reporting problems, which suggests spreading awareness and also maybe heightened neighborly concern. Stress and isolation get much of the blame. Child-raising used to be a community responsibility, but communities hardly exist anymore; or the whole extended family got involved, but extended families, too, are almost extinct.
Why should one-third of single women be living in poverty? For one thing, most working women — 12 million — are part-time employees, receiving small salaries and few benefits. For another, inheritance laws are skewed in favor of men.
Since many single women are single mothers, the impact on children is harsh. Female poverty is a factor in the declining birth rate too. There areabortions a year in Japan, many of them presumably on women for whom child-raising is an economic impossibility.Nov 10, · An introduction into the Hikikomori problem in Japan best begins with a case study.
Hikikomori literally in Japanese means 'recluse' and is officially defined by the Japanese Department of Health, Labour and Welfare as "those people who have socially withdrawn from society for Reviews: Everybody knows Japan is in crisis. The biggest problems it faces – sinking economy, aging society, sinking birthrate, radiation, unpopular and seemingly powerless government – present an overwhelming challenge and possibly an existential threat.
Less fateful but closer to home is a tangle of. Japanese Sayings and Wisdom Words; 悪妻は百年の不作。 (Akusai wa hyaku-nen no fusaku) Literally: A bad wife spells a hundred years of bad harvest.
HIKIKOMORI:A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON SOCIAL WITHDRAWAL OF JAPANESE ADOLESCENTS Miho Katsumata problem has developed in the last 30 years and replaced with the previous term “tokokyohi” which means “school refusal”.
This renaming was initiated by . Peak’s work is not that of some homeschooling mum in Japan trying to make a couple bucks by spinning a “how-to-survive Japan guide”. Peak’s work is scholarly and well-researched, providing translations of yochien director memos, mombusho guidelines and much more for reference.
Tokokyohi (school phobia/refusal) has been steadily increasing in Japan since the s. It is causing an exodus of students from schools, thus creating a legitimation crisis of the education system. This paper examines this phenomenon by focusing on its various discourses.