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Title Happiness and the good life in Japan / edited by Wolfram Manzenreiter and Barbara Holthus.
Published London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Detail xv, 262 pages ; 25 cm
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Added Author Holthus, Barbara G., editor
  Manzenreiter, Wolfram, editor
  Manzenreiter, Wolfram. Introduction :Happiness in Japan through the anthropological lens
  Holthus, Barbara. Introduction :Happiness in Japan through the anthropological lens
  Bloch, Dalit. More than just nakayoshi :Marital intimacy as a key to personal happiness
  Moriki, Yoshie. Physical intimacy and happiness in Japan :Sexless marriages and parent-child co-sleeping
  Nakano, Lynne. Happiness and unconventional life choices :Views of single women in Japan
  Dales, Laura. Friendships, marriage and happiness in contemporary Japan
  Umegaki-Costantini, Hiroko. Grandfathering in contemporary Japan :Altruistic and self-serving means to happiness
  Larent, Erick. Japanese gays, the closet and the culture-dependent concept of happiness
  Steinhoff, Patricia G. Makers and doers :Using actor-network theory to explore happiness in Japan's invisible civil society
  Holdgrun, Phoebe S. Dimensions of happiness for young political activists :A case study of "Greens Japan" members
  Klien, Susanne. Living and working for the moment :Motivations, aspirations and experiences of disaster volunteers in Tohoku
  Bondy, Christopher. "A really wram place" :Well-being, place, and the experiences of buraku youth
  Lieser, Martin. "My life is Taiyo Komuten" :On the relationship between organized football fandom and happiness in Japan
  Tamas, Carmen Sapunaru. Midnight community, or under-the-counter happiness
  Mathews, Gordon. Happiness in neoliberal Japan
  Holthus, Barbara. Conclusion :Happiness as a balancing act between agency and social structure
  Manzenreiter, Wolfram. Conclusion :Happiness as a balancing act between agency and social structure
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