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MURAO Yumiko

Faculty
Department of Sociology
Institute of Social Sciences
Course of System for Welfare Society
PositionAssociate Professor
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Last Updated :2017/07/19

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Sociology, Sociology
  • Economics, Applied economics

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  • The Influence of Feminization and Non-standardization of Labour Market on Standard Employees in Japan, (201) 22 - 26,   2013 10
  • Promotion prospects and workplace composition,   2010 03
  • The reconfiguration of labor and gender, (20) 67 - 81,   2009
  • The development and challenges of the gender segregation studies in Japan: toward building the analytical frameworks for the social resource allocation in labour market, The journal of contemporary social sciences, (6) 113 - 120,   2008
  • A Study on the Institutionalization Process of the Labor Market for School Graduates (II) : Public Employment Security Offices and the Labor Market in Postwar Japan, KARIYA Takehiko, SUGAYAMA Shinji, ISHIDA Hiroshi, MURAO Yumiko, NISHIMURA Yukimitsu, Journal of social science, 49, (3) 115 - 193,   1998 01 30
  • A Study on the Institutionalization Process of the Labor Market for School Graduates : Public Employment Security Offices and the Labor Market in Postwar Japan, KARIYA Takehiko, SUGAYAMA Shinji, ISHIDA Hiroshi, MURAO Yumiko, NISHIMURA Yukimitsu, Journal of social science, 49, (2) 123 - 200,   1997 11 28

Research Grants & Projects

  • The Effects and Consequences of Feminization and Non-Standardization of Labor Market on the Social Resources Allocation Processes, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(若手研究(B)), Yumiko MURAO, The purpose of this study is to examine the effects and consequences that feminization and non-standardization of the labor market exerts on the social resources allocation processes by using theoretical and empirical research. The findings are as follows ; (1) social relation factors had effects on the social resources allocation processes, (2) as a consequences of such effects, the feminization of the workplace in Japan has been advancing, creating a disparity among female employees, still at the same time the existing gender order has been reproduced.