SAKAI,Chie

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Name
SAKAI,Chie
Affiliation
Kansai University
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D.

Education

 
 
 - 
1995
Faculty of Literature, The University of Tokyo
 
1997
   
 
Graduate School, Division of General Culture, The University of Tokyo
 
2002
   
 
Graduate School, Division of General Culture, The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Chie Sakai;Roger Goodman;Ceri Peach;Ayumi Takenaka; Paul White
Global Japan: The Experience of Japan’s New Immigrant and Overseas Communities ・ RoutledgeCurzon   pp.131-146    2003
The Japanese migrant women in Hong Kong and the possibility of the reconfiguration of gender and ethnicity: Can migrant women share their experiences?
Chie Sakai
Ochanomizu University the 21st Century COE Program: Frontiers of Gender Studies Proceedings International Workshop for Junior Scholars: Migrant Domestic/ Care Workers and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Asia   pp.121-131    2004
Looking for a proper job and/or a satisfactory family life outside Japan: Japanese female migrants and their marriages in China
Chie Sakai
Proceedings of the International Symposium “Dynamics of Marriage/ Divorce Migration Flow in Asia”, ILCAA Joing Research Project   pp.9-22.    Nov 2011
Supporting Mothers : From the assistance for childcare to encouraging them to restart their careers
SAKAI,Chie
第64号、185-211頁    2012
Multi Culutural Families in Shanghai: Cases of Japanese Women Living with Their Chinese Husbands in Shanghai
SAKAI,Chie
第45巻第1号、47-72頁.    2013

Misc

 
Danjo Kyodo Sankaku Shakai wo Tsukuru (Making the gender-equal society), by Mari Osawa
Chie Sakai
Social Science Japan Journal ・ Oxford University Press   pp. 320-322    Aug 2005

Books etc

 
Unintentional Cross-cultural Families:
The Diverse Community of Japanese Wives in Shanghai
Chie Sakai
Sari K. Ishii ed., Marriage Migration in Asia: Emerging Minorities at the Frontiers of Nation-States, NUS Press (Pte) Ltd   2016   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Construction of Images of Hong Kong and Japan: Between the Global Workplace and the Local Culture
Chie Sakai
Dec 1999   
Strategies and Identity: Japanese residents in Hong Kong
Chie Sakai
11 Apr 2001   
The Japanese migrant women in Hong Kong and the possibility of the reconfiguration of gender and ethnicity: Can migrant women share their experiences?
Chie Sakai
24 Jan 2004   
Transnational strategies of Japanese in HK/ China: From their narratives on “Japaneseness” and “multiculturalism” at Asia Youth Cultural Camp
Chie Sakai
Oct 2006   
Looking for a proper job and/or a satisfactory family life outside Japan: Japanese female migrants and their marriages in China
Chie Sakai
2011