YOKOYAMA Fumino Atomigakuen Women's University, Faculty of Management, Lecturer, マネジメント学部, 講師 (80348169)
TANAKA Kazuko Kokugakuin University, Faculty of Law, Professdr, 法学部, 教授 (50146742)
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¥3,700,000 (Direct Cost : ¥3,700,000)
Fiscal Year 2003 : ¥900,000 (Direct Cost : ¥900,000)
Fiscal Year 2002 : ¥2,800,000 (Direct Cost : ¥2,800,000)
We studied on Gender National Machineries in Australia (The Office of the Status of Women), Canada (Committee for the Equality of Women), Denmark (Danish Equal Status Council), France (Ministry of the Rights of Woman), Germany (Womens Affairs Offices), Great Britain (Equal Opportunities Commission), Ireland (Joint Oireachtas Committee on Women's Rights & Ministry of State for Women), Italy (Equal Status Committee & Equal Status and Equal Opportunity National Commission), Netherlands (Department for the Coodination of Equal Policy), Norway (Equal Status Council), Poland (Liga Kobiet), Spain (Institute de la Mujer), Sweden (Equality Ombudsman) and the United States (Women's Bureau), with translating Drothy Stetson & Amy Mazur, "Comparative State Feminism", Sage, 1995. We added some more information on these agencies since 1995.
We also studied on the Gender National Machinery in Japan (The Office of the Gender Equality in the Ministry of the Cabinet) Stetson &
Mazur classified the Gender National Machineries of 13 countries (excluding Poland), Type 1 (High influence/ High access), Type 2 (High influence/ Low access), Type3 (Low influence/ High access) and Type 4 (Lowinfiuence/ Low access). We concluded that the Japanese agency is included the Type 4.