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Japanese society pressures people to be respectful and considerate of others, even at the expense of your own needs (Larkin, 2005).
A 34-year-old single woman born and raised in Japan, she said it makes sense why she chose to focus on the identity of Japanese singles and their role in the economy at The New School for Social Research.Its population of 127 million people is predicted to decrease to 87 million by 2060.The survey, carried out by the country's National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, also reported that about 80% of unmarried Japanese want to get married."And like there was some insane statistic, like, 46 percent of women between the age of 16 to 24 despise sexual contact. Japan is going through "a crisis of sorts," and leaders are trying to intervene by offering subsidies for parents with kids and throwing state-funded dating events.Ansari brings up the figure about young women not being into sex in his book with a host of other scary statistics, writing, "In 2013 a whopping 45 percent of women aged 16 to 24 ‘were not interested in or despised sexual contact,’ and more than a quarter of men felt the same way." Ansari’s coauthor, New York University sociology professor Eric Klinenberg, showed Pundit Fact by email that the statistic is also cited in 2013 stories about Japanese young people’s disinterest in sex in the and Slate.