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in addition to family relations, in social relations, this generation has also experienced a social emotional fault.
Yuriko Suzuki, a scholar at the Tokyo mental health center, said that in the traditional sense, Japan believes in collectivism, and the Japanese are very afraid of being out of the collective. But for the younger generation, they want more private space, which is a kind of fault. Many people are antagonistic to their parents, unwilling to comply but unable to resist.
for those "good children" in the traditional sense, and those who have tried all their best to meet their parents' expectations, they do not seem to be able to escape from the entanglement of despair.
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professor Andy Furlong, a professor at the University of Glasgow Research Institute in Britain, blamed the rising number of Japanese dwells on the "bubble economy" in 1980. And the subsequent economic recession that continued in 90s.
in the past, "excellent" life has its own set of rules of the game: a high score, a good university, and a good job. However, after the economic crisis, the rising channel suddenly broke down. Japanese young people who graduated from universities have entered the society. They are faced with short-term and unstable part-time jobs. For these young people, the society is not tolerant, but the unscrupulous humiliation -
these young people are named the "freeters" in Japanese society, meaning migrant workers. In the various reports of the government, this group is often associated with the gnawing families. These resumes, young people who are temporarily out of step, have been labeled heavily, and even considered to be moths in the Japanese economy.
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and those who naturally stepped into a stable job in 60 and 70s could not understand these "no" A young man. With the frustration of children's work, the feelings between the two generations are gradually deteriorating. Parents are angry with their children, so that they feel no job is the shame of their families. Even the parents directly let the employees of the company come in, break into the children's room and plug them into the dormitory and let them "learn how to do a good job".
therefore, for those young people who are already stressed, the channels to communicate with their parents are closed.
"the inhabit people often feel a deep sense of disgrace, because they do not work like normal people. They feel that they are worthless, unworthy of happiness, and to their parents' expectations." "They want to go out, want to love and make friends, but they can't do it," Japanese psychiatrist Sekiguchi Hiroshi told Japanese media. They are very contradictory. "