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KCI등재 학술저널

일본의 여성노동자의 동원과 보호에 관한 연구

“보호직공”으로 동원된 여성노동자를 중심으로

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Japanese female workers apparently had a vest economic impact on modern Japanese government. The role of the female workers who played the industrial revolution and the rich country forces as an industrial warrior in modern Japan cannot be overemphasized. However, female workers, who accounted for a majority of factory workers, were forced to suffer from sickness, low wages, and long working hours in a severe working environment. The aim of this research is to analyze how Japanese female workers were mobilized as a low-wage labor called factory girls. In addition, this research focuses on how female workers who were prescribed as “Protected Workers” under “The Factory Law” called “The Workers Protection Act” were treated. The Japanese government needed much labor and treated female workers as an object of labor mobilization for the Industrial Revolution and Japan s Modernization. However, “The Factory Law” did not guarantee rational working conditions as workers rights, and was enacted with emphasis on industrial development. Female workers who were “Protected Workers” were defined under the name of protection as being passive, weak-minded and able to do simple tasks. “The Factory Law” was abolished by the enforcement of “The Labor Standards Act” in 1947, however the social awareness of female workers designated as “Protected Workers” has not changed. I think this research is important because female workers still work as non-regular and low-wage workers. This research will provide a clue to show the correlation between Japanese government and the social awareness of today’s female workers.

Ⅰ. 들어가기

Ⅱ. 산업혁명기 여성노동자의 동원

Ⅲ. 여성노동자와 공장법

Ⅳ. 총력전시기의 여성노동자 동원

Ⅴ. 전후와의 관계

Ⅵ. 결론을 대신하며

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