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  • インフォメーションUpdate: Research HighlightsKAWAMOTO, S.“Women’s lives as described by female university students – How do they think about the roles of work, childrearing, and taking care of a family?“(Published: 2018-05-29)
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Towards career education that respects human rights and diverse ways of life

As a result of the poor economic conditions in the second half of the 1990s, the concept of a “career” came to be widely known in Japan. This concept was understood as referring to what kind of work you want to do, or what kind of life you aspire to live. The popularization of this concept was discussed in “Human Sciences Front” in June of 2017, and I would like to take another look at it here....

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