Japanese Freeters: The Changing Attitudes of Youth
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In this paper, I look at the various Japanese viewpoints and opinions concerning "Freeters;" atypical workers in Japanese society. My research consists mostly of firsthand accounts and opinions, gathered through interviews, blogs, and surveys, all from the perspective of both freeters and non-freeers. I also consider to what extent the "Westernization" of Japan has influenced this phenomenon and the overall implications of the changing views of Japanese youth.
Senior thesis written partially in English and Partially in Japanese by Caitlin Marotte called "Japanese Freeters: The Changing Attitudes of Youth"
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