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Articles by Masako Tanaka

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Masako Tanaka is a professor of Gender Studies and South Asian Studies at Sophia University. As a certified social worker, she serves on the Information Dissemination Network for Nepalese Migrants in Japan. As an activist, she has been involved in various civil society movements both in Japan and in Nepal. She researches migrants and trafficking survivors and the role of civil society organizations in migrants’ ‘social integration processes. One of her recent related articles is "Roles of migrant organizations as transnational civil societies in their residential communities: A case study of Nepalese organizations in Japan," in Japan Review of Cultural Anthropology.