electronic journal of
contemporary japanese studies
The electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies (ejcjs) is an international peer reviewed journal in the Social Sciences and Humanities that publishes academic research and scholarly writing on all issues related to contemporary Japanese society, economy, politics, literature, theatre, cinema, and culture.
Volume 18, Issue 3
- 10. Probation and lowering the age of Criminal Majority in Japan
- 9. High School of the Dead and the Profitable Use of Japanese Nationalistic Imagery
- 8. Nitobe Inazō’s Bushido: Science or Fiction?
- 7. Government sponsored Mongolian graduates from Japan: Perceptions of Learning Experience
- 6. ‘Hate speech’ in Japan as a daily-use word: its explosive expansion throughout the country
- 5. Dis/Re-Connecting Japan to Taiwan: The Complex Feelings of Different Japanese Generations toward Taiwan in Yoshida Shūichi’s Road
- 5. Intoxicants, Stimulants and Pseudoscience: A History of Modern Japanese Alcohol and Drug Culture
- 4. Review of Lamarre, Thomas, The Anime Ecology: A Genealogy of Television, Animation, and Game Media
- 3. Abe’s Doctrine: Less Pacifist? More Proactive?
- 2. Interrogating Forms of Dissidence: An Approach to Physical and Mental Escapes from Japan