Unhappiness In Japan: The Longevity Of The Japanese Government Policy Toward The Society

Abdullahi Ayoade, Ahmad and Noor Syahirah, Sazali and Abdul Majid Hafiz, Mohammed and Nurfarina Asniza, Ros Hasdi (2019) Unhappiness In Japan: The Longevity Of The Japanese Government Policy Toward The Society. In: International Conference on Humanitarianism and Human Rights (ICGHR ) 2019, 28-29 July 2019, UniSZA.

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Japan made quick recovery from the devastation of World War two, in short period, became the second largest economy in the world. The position held until 2011 when China overtaken, however, the Japanese population plays great advantage to here citizen compare to China, and its GDP per capital remain strong. Despite being rich and having almost the requested need for lively activities, happiness becomes one of the major issues in Japanese society. The society needs something meaningful in order to keep going in their daily life; such as happiness. Various cases have shown that happiness is the major defect that is not mainly common in the Japanese society which normally results in frustration and lead to individual commits suicide. Thus, the research will identify the factors that lead to unhappiness among Japanese society. Moreover, it will highlight the Japanese cultures that contribute to the belief that commit suicide is a pride and solution to frustration. The paper further examined the government and its society initiatives to lessen the suicidal rate and increase the longevity in society. This research adopted qualitative analytical method in which books, article journals, internet sources and other relevant documents are utilized. Some suggestions and critiques are made based on the outcomes of the research that directly focus on the final solution to the problem of unhappiness in the Japanese society

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: unhappiness, Longevity, Japanese Government, Japanese society, Suicide.
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HN Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
Divisions: Faculty of Law & International Relations
Depositing User: Muhammad Akmal Azhar
Date Deposited: 26 Nov 2020 06:49
Last Modified: 26 Nov 2020 06:49
URI: http://eprints.unisza.edu.my/id/eprint/1982

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