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Hikikomori: Adolescence without End by Saito Tamaki

Hikikomori: Adolescence without End

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Hikikomori: Adolescence without End Saito Tamaki ebook
ISBN: 9780816654598
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Format: pdf
Page: 208

Formerly, classification of a person as a hikikomori relied on the presence of social withdrawal behaviors not explainable by a diagnosable condition. Naturally I must read more in this vein. Hikikomori is apparently a type of social withdrawal experienced by approximately one million Japanese adolescents and young adults who recede to their rooms and never come out for months on end. Nov 26, 2013 - Hikikomori: Adolescence without End by Saito Tamaki Hikikomori focuses on Japanese culture, and the prolonged state of adolescence that is trapping young men. €In Japan it's a matter of withdrawing; whereas in France or America, people who have problems end up, say homeless. Sep 11, 2013 - Saitō began calling them hikikomori sainen, “withdrawn young men,” and in 1998 published a book with his findings called Shakaiteki hikikomori—Owaranai Shishunki, or Social Withdrawal—Adolescence Without End. Jul 29, 2012 - [Correction: The hikikomori book is actually by another Japanese author, Saito Tamaki. Mar 5, 2013 - Nearly two decades before, a half a world away, Japanese psychologist Taimaki Saito began to notice a growing number of adolescent patients exhibiting socially reclusive behaviors at his practice. The title is Hikikomori: Adolescence Without End and is scheduled to be released Spring, 2013. Aug 16, 2013 - To then have a book which seeks to understand the human by assuming that “the stream of life will not flow in our direction but rather in [the direction of the vampire squid]” thrills me. Aug 18, 2013 - My copy of Hikikomori: Adolescence without END! This is the first English translation of the Japanese best-seller by author/ psychologist Saito Tamaki, first published back in 1998.