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Title: 育児休業制度の充実の課題 (3) : 独り歩きする男性の取得率目標
Other Titles: Is the Current Plan for Paternity Leave a Fundermental Reform of Japan's Childcare Leave System?
Authors: 瓜生, 淑子
URYU, Yoshiko
Keywords: Japan’s childcare leave system
Low rate of leave uptake by fathers
Mandatory paternity leave
Reliable public childcare system
Issue Date: 10-Feb-2021
Publisher: 京都女子大学発達教育学部
Abstract: Japan’s parental leave system has been reformed to be more generous to mothers, underpinned by the strong Japanese belief that mothers should care for their own children. As a result, mothers are taking longer leave than in the past. However, some critics argue that prolonged leave may have been a measure for children on the waiting list and that prolonged absence is not desirable for mothers’ careers. Furthermore, the government has considered mandatory paternity leave to improve the low rate of parental leave uptake by fathers. However, it is suggested that the government should consider the flexible leave system which does not prolong withdrawal from the workplace along with the expansion of a reliable public infant care system, instead of just focusing the low rate of fathers.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3161
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