NAGY, Stephen R.
Senior Associate Professor
Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
|Title||Japan's Demographic Revival Rethinking Migration, Identity and Sociocultural Norms|
|Author and coauthor||Editor (Stephen Robert Nagy)
Chapter contributor (single authored and joint authored)
|Details||Japan's Demographic Revival shifts discussions about employing immigration as the "best" or "sole" solution to assuaging Japan's demographic quagmire to a more systematic approach that identifies structural, organizational and cultural impediments that contribute to Japan's (and other countries') declining demographic situations. This edited volume also sheds light on the plethora of changes required to produce a demographically sustainable Japan.
Part One includes chapters explaining the endogenous, ethnocultural and structural obstacles that link ethnocultural understandings of citizenship and nationality. Part Two consists of chapters that provide insight into the societal barriers that exist in Japan to address demographic issues. Part Three shifts its focus away from identifying and analyzing the structural, organizational and cultural factors towards chapters that are policy oriented, linking existing policies as contributing factors behind Japan's demographic challenge.