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Japanese AV >> Traditionally, the Japanese woman has the role of the housewife: it must be model wife and mom, and perform household chores. In the minds of Japanese, it does seem natural that women should be confined to its place in the domestic sphere. The Japanese have also internalized this for most standard housewife and are proud of the role that their mother taught them and they in turn pass if they have one daughter. The word “Shufu” or housewife, is almost synonymous with women (at least from 30 years of marriage). Behind this amalgam is hiding all the norms and values that relate to the role of the Japanese woman: everything is home made and owned by women of their identity, following into extra-domestic activities.
Today, the patriarchal system still often applied in practice. However, the Civil Code revised in 1947 recognizes the principle of marriage based on the will of husband and wife is no longer under the authority of her husband, it is still seen as head of the family, but n ‘ longer has absolute power. In addition, the concept of marriage is often seen more as a guarantee of a romantic attachment security agreement or sexual (see japan av). However, today’s youth increasingly rejects these principles, stating bear much more interested in loving feelings and give priority to career success.

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In addition, the daily life of a Japanese housewife is not easy (especially if she has children). In fact, men are so busy with their careers and disgusted tasks called feminine, they relegate all obligations of home for women who have so maternal and domestic responsibilities exhausting.
In the typical day of a Japanese housewife, it must get up before everyone to prepare breakfast, then do the cleaning and cooking.
It should also closely monitor the education of children and their academic progress. When they are at school, she has her free time visiting the fashionable boutiques and following language courses, floral tea ceremony or delivered in many cultural centers created by the stores. Like many other women, it may also lead the consumer associations and environmental movements.
The Japanese take over 90% of the household chores and family almost four hours per day, against less than 10 minutes for men. Regardless that women have a job or not, men are not ready to help: only 4% of men do housework, preparing meals 1.2% and 3.5% do the dishes.

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Despite the fact that families still wonder a lot about the value of continuing education of their daughters, the percentage of women in higher education is increasingly high. In 2003, 48.3% of high school graduates entered university or a university in short cycles, against 49.6% for boys.
The majority of them opt for a short course and head towards especially the humanities, social, health and household arts. They are encouraged by the education system, from primary school reflects the tradition of separation of the sexes: girls take courses in culinary arts and household and wear skirts and uniforms. For women, studies are a great way to have fun and socialize, but also to find a husband who qualified will earn a good salary.
Women graduates of higher education hope later work on similar lines to those of their male colleagues.
Thus, marriage is less important in the lives of Japanese today.
According to a study by the National Institute of Population and Social Security, singles believe that marriage would lead them to reduce their activities, change their lifestyle and their relationships with friends. To this must be added the psychological burden due to the responsibility of having a family.
Therefore, an increasing number of women are choosing to marry later or remain single throughout their lives thus favoring their careers.
A recent survey shows that over 50% of single women aged 35 to 55 have no intention of getting married. In 2002, the average age of those who were married for the first time was extended to 27.4 years for women and 29.1 for men.

To the age of 25, if they are not yet married, the Japanese under pressure from their mother tell them it is time to marry and go until they find a suitor but also that of the Company: friends, neighbors, colleagues …
In addition, the rise of celibacy raises the government’s reaction because it causes a drop in the birth rate poses a real problem for the renewal of generations: Japanese fertility index was only 1.3 in 2008. Indeed, in 2005, Yoshiro Mori, former Prime Minister asked that women who have not had children are deprived of state pension ‘pensions should be a reward for mothers who have had many children. It is truly amazing that the taxpayer’s money to go to all these single women without children, age selfishly singing the praises of their freedom. ”
And this phenomenon is not about to arrange for 71.3% of singles aged 35 to 55 say they do not want children.
Despite strong social pressure to devalue the image of single women, contaste is that they are more numerous.
In 1980, the percentage of unmarried women among young people aged 25-29 years was 55.1% for men and 24% for women.
In 2000, the figures were 69.3% for men and 54% for women.
The current trend against the Japanese tradition is to celebrate the marriage at an early age and stigmatize women restive at this institution.
According to a report published by the National Insitute for Research on Population and Social Security, a girl of seven of those under age 16 today, will remain single all her life.

A satirical book on the subject Junko Sakai has also been very successful. The author divides the female population into two categories: the winners (and married mothers) and losers (single and childless). “Even though his life is fun, because free from coercion, a single will always be considered a loser in a society where women’s status is based on marriage, says the author. The purpose of my book was to dramatize the situation by showing that the losers are more numerous. They need to know they are not alone and that they accept the idea that celibacy is not a fate worse than death. ”
According to her, the main reason for the disaffection of Japanese marriage is the commitment of their male counterparts in traditional patterns. Many men expect their wives to give up work or juggles her professional life and family life: “Men have not changed their old mentality. Women have become too strong for them, said Junko Sakai. ”
After the publication of this book, a survey was conducted by the Office of the Prime Minister. It shows, for the first time, the number of people believing that the place is in the home of Japanese retreat.

Another sign of the changing mores in Japan is rising divorce rate.
Although once it was inconceivable to divorce today divorce rate begins to approach that of Western societies.
It was 1.22 per 1,000 marriages in 1980, and reached 2.27 per 1,000 in 2003.
The causes of divorce are varied.
The Japanese often divorce for adultery or incompatibility of character. We see that even today, 15% of marriages are “arranged”. These marriages are a particular focus on the social and cultural environment of the two families and therefore do no account of the relationship between the spouses.
But there are also factors in the increase in divorces own in Japan, such as the emancipation of women (including a financial point of view) or the absence of husbands in the home. In fact, we talk about Japan as a fatherless society in which husbands and fathers devote their time to their business, which for them is a real family. This shelving husbands in favor of their professional lives as they are sometimes totally rejected by their families.

Final cause of divorce domestic violence. On 2700 women who took refuge in shelters for abused women, 1050, 38.8% were victims of their husband or partner.
However, it is estimated that the figures underestimate the scale of this phenomenon because the law of silence prevails over the fact of revealing his victimhood. Indeed, the concept of aggression, including rape, is a function of the resistance that the woman has shown to repel an aggressor. In addition, the law allows husbands to seek damages if his wife was raped by another man, which perfectly illustrates the fact that the woman is the property of her husband.
Many women are willing to suffer violence from their husbands. This violence was so far concealed. However, the divorce rate increasing rapidly in Japan, divorce proceedings today unveil existence. In response to this, it is necessary to create a social network made up of lawyers, advisers, persons involved in “shelters” (temporary shelters), as well as the creation of a law that would prevent and monitor the violence.
In 2007, there was an increase in domestic violence complaints that a vast majority of victims (98.6%) were mature women. The previous year, the authorities had received 20,992 complaints of domestic violence, a figure up 15% compared to 2006 and a record in the matter, since the implementation in 2001 of a law against increasing violence.
The most serious violence such as rape or murders rose 3.7%.
About three quarters of the violence have been reported among married couples.
According to experts, some of this increase can be explained by a growing propensity of victims to make their situation.
However, among the victims who dare complain, few are going to bring the case to court. Only 10% of all complaints went up to the courts, who made 2239 decisions to stop the violence.

For twenty years, women have begun to leave their homes. They gradually pass status housewife woman than outside, active woman.
Domestic work is indeed reduced by the fall in the birth rate and technological innovations.
According to a study by the Japanese government, 52% of respondents are opposed to what women stay at home while men work.
In other words, this means that a growing number of Japanese are in favor of women work.
The Japanese now have more choice, whereas before marriage was seen as the only key to happiness.

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