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Sushi and tsunami are common and well-known Japanese terms, aren't they? Is Tanshinfunin, too?
Applied Developmental PsychologyTheory, Practice, and Research from Japan || Information Age Publishing
TABLE OF CONTENTS
To the Reader, Irving Sigel. Introduction, David Shwalb, Jun Nakazawa, Barbara Shwalb. Section I: Technology And Media Influences. Video Games and the Psychological Development of Japanese Children, Akira Sakamoto. Development of Manga (Comic Book) Literacy in Children, Jun Nakazawa. Longitudinal Research on Children’s Vulnerability to Television, Takashi Muto, Shiori Sumiya, and Mami Komaya. Section II: Cognitive Development And Education. Cognitive Counseling to Improve. David Shwalb. Students’ Metacognition and Cognitive Skills, Shin’ichi Ichikawa. Children’s Misconceptions: Research on Improving Understanding of Mathematics and Science, Keiichi Magara. Motivation for Abacus Studies and School Mathematics: A Longitudinal Study of Japanese 3rd–6th Graders, David Shwalb, Shuji Sugie,and Chongming Yang. Developmental Processes of Literacy in Japan: Kana Reading in Early Childhood, Kiyomi Akita. Section III: Children With Disabilities. Use of Electronic and Information Technologies for Japanese Children with Developmental Disabilities, Kenryu Nakamura, Mamoru Iwabuchi, and Satoshi Sakai. Language Interventions Using Scripts for Children with Down Syndrome, Tsutomu Nagasaki and Miho Onozato. Social Cognitive Development of Autistic Children: Attachment Relationships and Understanding the Existence of Minds of Others, Satoshi Beppu. Section IV: Research On The Family With Policy Implications. Maternal Employment and Child Development in Japan: A Twelve- Year Longitudinal Study, Masumi Sugawara. Job-Related Temporary Father Absence (Tanshinfunin) and Child Development, Yuko Tanaka and Jun Nakazawa. Child Abuse in Japan: Developmental, Cultural, and Clinical Perspectives, Junichi Shoji. Section V: Peer Relations. School Absenteeism, Bullying, and Loss of Peer Relationships in Japanese Children, Toru Hosaka. Bullying and Peer Support Systems in Japan: Intervention Research, Yuichi Toda. Peer Adjustment Processes of a Five-Year-Old Chinese Boy in a Japanese Day Nursery, Makoto Shibayama.
I've never heard of this word Tanshinfunin.
This looks like a pretty heavy topic: Tanshinfunin
These are the Japanese words I know: