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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books relevant to this book Salaryman masculinity : the continuity of and change in the hegemonic masculinity in Japan . The book concerns Japanese sararīman (salarymen) and their masculinities. It focuses on the construction of salaryman masculinities throughout their lives, exploring three generations of salarymen. In the Japanese context employees who receive a monthly salary, whether company workers or civil servants, call themselves sararīman. sararīman specifically refers to middle-class white-collar workers who work for a large company.

Keywords: Japan; sararīman; white-collar workers



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