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  1. Tygoshakar
    29.07.2019 at 07:56
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  2. Tusar
    25.07.2019 at 07:12
    Jun 27,  · When the mother of a hikikomori social recluse in her 30s paid a Tokyo company million yen (US$53,), she had hoped they would reintegrate her .
  3. Daigal
    31.07.2019 at 20:03
    Jul 16,  · Hikikomori is a Japanese term that describes people who stay holed up in their homes, or even just their bedrooms, isolated from everyone except their family, for many months or years. The phenomenon has captured the popular imagination, with many articles appearing in the mainstream media in Japan and beyond in recent years, but surprisingly it isn’t well-understood by psychologists.
  4. Yozshuk
    01.08.2019 at 03:22
    Jul 05,  · Like many hikikomori, Matsu was the eldest son and felt the full weight of parental expectation. He grew furious when he saw his younger brother doing what he .
  5. Tojajin
    31.07.2019 at 00:34
    Jun 06,  · Hikikomori are generally defined as adults who hole up in their parents’ or other relatives’ homes for six months or more, often confined to a single room. They do not work and rarely engage.
  6. Yohn
    29.07.2019 at 11:09
    Hikikomori is a psychological condition which makes people shut themselves off from society, often staying in their houses for months on end. There are at least half a million of them in Japan.
  7. Grokasa
    03.08.2019 at 16:26
    The term hikikomori, often used interchangeably for the condition and its sufferers, was coined by Japanese psychologist Tamaki Saitō in his book Social Withdrawal – Adolescence Without.
  8. Mozshura
    25.07.2019 at 17:58
    Hikikomori was a ground-breaking book when it appeared in Japan in and will no doubt generate enormous interest with its publication in English. It was Saitō’s work that first brought the phenomenon of social withdrawal to notice in Japan, and it promises to have a similar effect in the United States.

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