Ando Yoshimi

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Title

Professor

Researcher Number(JSPS Kakenhi)

60232104

Current Affiliation Organization 【 display / non-display

  • Duty   University of the Ryukyus   Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences   Department of Sociology and Human Sciences   Professor  

Academic degree 【 display / non-display

  •  -  M.A. in Literature

External Career 【 display / non-display

  • 1990.10
     
     

    University of the Ryukyus, Faculty of Law and Letters, Department of Human Sciences, Sociology, Professor  

Affiliated academic organizations 【 display / non-display

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    The Japan Sociological Society 

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    Japanese Council on Family Relations 

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    Sociological Society of West Japan 

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    The Waseda Sociological Society 

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    Japan Society of Family Sociology 

Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Sociology

Research Theme 【 display / non-display

  • The Sociological Survey of Okinawa

  • Continuities and Changes in the Family of Okinawa

  • Social Change and the Life Course

Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • The Changing Transition to Adulthood in Japan : Timing and Order of Events in the Life Course

    その他の著者

    No.14 (2004/9) ( 琉球大学法文学部 )  ( 14 ) 227 - 249   2008.01

    Type of publication: Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)

     View Summary

    This paper explores the historical changes in the transition to adulthood in twentieth century Japan, using the National Family Research of Japan 1998(NFRJ98) dataset. The study finds that through comparison of successive birth-cohorts, both later age of school completion (due to spread of higher education) and later age of marriage resulted in a delayed transition, retaining almost the same duration of a transition period. Order of the events has always been uniform through the second half of the last century. Leaving home used to synchronize well with the first job among those who grew up in Japan's economic booming era in the 1960s. Today, however, it synchronizes more with the first marriage among the younger cohorts. The final section discusses implications of these observed trends in light of changes in the Japanese family system as well as the life course itself. (管理者追加)リポジトリ登録情報を移行しました。確認のうえ、加除修正をしてください。