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Japanese Corporate Transition in Time and Space

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This book is an ethnography of a Japanese white-collar workplace in Osaka carried out during the late s. It explores the relevance of social models to the analysis of social relations and women's status in the workplace by examining concepts of time, ritual, and space via the theory of practice.

Read more Read less click to open popoverFormat: Hardcover. This book is an ethnography of a Japanese white-collar workplace in Osaka carried out during the late s.

It explores the relevance of social models to the analysis of social relations and women's status in the workplace by examining concepts of time, ritual, and space via the theory of practice.

Read more Read less click to open popoverAuthor: Tomoko Kurihara. This book is an ethnography of a Japanese white-collar workplace in Osaka carried out during the late s. It explores the relevance of social models to the analysis of social relations and women's status in the workplace by examining concepts of time, ritual, and space via the theory of practice.

Summary: This book is an ethnography of a Japanese white-collar workplace in Osaka carried out during the late s. It explores the relevance of social models to the analysis of social relations and women's status in the workplace by examining concepts of time, ritual, and space via the theory of practice.

This book is an ethnography of a Japanese white-collar workplace in Osaka carried out during the late s. It explores the relevance of social models to the analysis of social relations and women's status in the workplace by examining concepts of time, ritual, and space via the theory of.

variability and volatility. Tomoko Kurihara's work is one such earnest attempt at presenting Japanese workplaces in transition. The data for the research come from participant observation in a multinational corporation located in Osaka, called JCars in the book, where.

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I was born and raised in Japan, but moved to Southern California to go to college. I briefly moved back to Tokyo after graduating from college and have worked for several Japanese companies but these were all part time contracting jobs so I do not pretend to understand what it is really like to work for a Japanese company.

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So that for the first time you can walk away from that place, Reunited with your banished heart, now healed and freed, And feel the clear, free air bless your new face.” ― John O'Donohue, To Bless the Space Between Us: A Book of Blessings.

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