Description - Migrant Workers in Japan by Hiroshi Komai
This is a study of migrant workers in Japan. The international division of labour between Japan and the Third World, especially Asia, as well as Japan's peculiar form of capitalism, make it unavoidable that medium- and small-scale enterprises in Japan will, because of poor labour conditions, have to rely on migrant workers. This book reveals how migrants enter, what difficulties they face, what their working, living and housing conditions are, and focuses on the protection of their human rights.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
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