Religions, Women and Family in Japan

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This is a 28-minute question and answers session after a regular presentation on "Japanese People and Society" for the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Participants on government scholarships for graduate school just arrived from India, Vietnam, and Guatemala. They had questions about religion, the role of women, male-female relationships, and families in Japan.

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