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Yumiko Murao

Faculty
Department of Sociology
Course of System for Welfare Society
Institute of Social Sciences
Institute of Human Sciences
PositionAssociate Professor
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Last Updated :2020/07/09

Researcher Profile and Settings

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2007  - 2009 , Toyo University, Faculty of Sociology

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Sociology
  • Humanities & social sciences, Economic policy
  • Humanities & social sciences, Economic policy

Published Papers

  • Promotion prospects and workplace composition, 大原社会問題研究所雑誌, 大原社会問題研究所雑誌, 67 - 81, 03
  • The reconfiguration of labor and gender, 日本労働社会学会年報, 日本労働社会学会年報, (20) 67 - 81
  • 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, The journal of contemporary social sciences, (6) 113 - 120
  • 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, Journal of social science, 49, (3) 115 - 193, 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, Journal of social science, 49, (2) 123 - 200, 11 28

Misc

  • The Influence of Feminization and Non-standardization of Labour Market on Standard Employees in Japan, (201) 22 - 26,   2013 10

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)), 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.