Table of contents for Women, work, and the Japanese economic miracle : the case of the cotton textile industry, 1945-1975 / Helen Macnaughtan.

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Contents
List of Figures and Tables
Acknowledgements
1
A Historical Legacy
Female Labour and Textiles in Prewar Japan
The Textile Industry's Postwar Transition 
The Importance of Women in Textiles
A note on methodology
2
Shaping the Female Labour Market
Textile Workers and the Occupation Authorities
Teething Problems, Unions & Technology
3
Recruiting Women Workers
The Postwar Recruitment Environment
Recruitment of Young Female Workers
Recruitment Problems for the Industry
Recruitment of Older Female Workers
4
Managing Women Workers
The Development of Labour Management Strategies
Managing Young Female Workers through the Dormitory System
Finding Alternative Strategies for Managing Older Female Workers
5
Educating & Training Women Workers
Factory Girls & Schooling
Women & Workplace Training
6
Wages & Welfare for Women
Women and the Wage System
Nominal, Comparative and Real Wage Trends
Welfare for Women
Evaluation of Wages & Welfare
7
Japanese Female Textile Workers in Context
The Textile Industry as an Employer of Women Workers
The Impact of Textiles on the National Labour Market
The Everyday Lives of Female Textile Operatives
Appendix
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women textile workers -- Japan -- History -- 20th century.
Cotton textile industry -- Japan -- Employees -- History -- 20th century.