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Japanese and Nikkei at home and abroad

Nobuko Adachi

Japanese and Nikkei at home and abroad

negotiating identities in a global world

by Nobuko Adachi

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Published by Cambria Press in Amherst, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Nobuko Adachi
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS832.5 .J38 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24523477M
ISBN 109781604976861
LC Control Number2010005649
OCLC/WorldCa540643973

Japanese Diasporas examines the relationship of overseas Japanese and their descendents (Nikkei) with their home and host nations, focusing on the political, social and economic struggles of Nikkei. Frequently abandoned by their homeland, and experiencing alienation in their host nations, the diaspora have attempted to carve out lives between Ladies and Gentlemen, a very good morning to you all. As just introduced, my name is Kotaro Horisaka and I work as a professor in the Faculty of Foreign Studies of Sophia University in Tokyo. Since June last year I have been serving as one of the board of directors

Japanese Diasporas examines the relationship of overseas Japanese and their descendents (Nikkei) with their home and host nations, focusing on the political, social and economic struggles of ntly abandoned by their homeland, and experiencing alienation in their host nations, the diaspora have attempted to carve out lives between two  › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Social Sciences. But having the freedom to jet anywhere in the world with such ease appears to be lost on the Japanese. As Nikkei Asian Review points out, only 23% of Japanese citizens actually have a passport

Book Description. Japanese Diasporas examines the relationship of overseas Japanese and their descendents (Nikkei) with their home and host nations, focusing on the political, social and economic struggles of ntly abandoned by their homeland, and experiencing alienation in their host nations, the diaspora have attempted to carve out lives between two ://   GLOBALIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN CONTEMPORARY JAPAN, edited by J.S. Eades, Tom Gill and Harumi Befu. Trans Pacific Press, Melbourne, pp., 3, /books/book-reviews/globalization-does-its-work-on-japan.


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Japanese and Nikkei at home and abroad by Nobuko Adachi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Description. This book is an interdisciplinary collection of essays on the society and cultures of twenty-first century Japanese transnationals: first-generation migrants (Issei), and their descendants who were born and grew up outside Japan (Nikkei); and Japanese nationals who today find themselves living authors—international specialists from anthropology, sociology, history ?template=4&bid= This book is an interdisciplinary collection of essays on the society and cultures of twenty-first century Japanese transnationals: first-generation migrants (Issei), and their descendants who were born and grew up outside Japan (Nikkei); and Japanese nationals who today find themselves living  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Social Sciences.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Reconsiderations of race, ethnicity, and identity: transnational migrants in post-World War II global society --Japanese transnational migration in time and space: an historical overview --We are children of nature: reforming Japanese cultural values in a Brazilian forest --Multicultural Praise “Searching for Home Abroad is a valuable addition to the growing literature of the Japanese and Japanese descendents in Latin American, Asian immigrations to the Americas and Asian diasporas, transnationalism, and identity formation, and it makes an important contribution to the field of immigration and ethnic history.”— Meiko Nishida, Luso-Brazilian Review Reviews "Much to commend.

In addition to its contribution to the literature on immigration and transnationalism, its highly accessible style and detailed bibliography make it an ideal introduction to the subject, for both undergraduates and the generally interested layperson."The Journal of ?template=5&bid= This is a revised and expanded version of the introduction to Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad.

Recommended citation: Nobuko Adachi, "Ethnic Identity, Culture, and Race: Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad," The Asia-Pacific Journal,Septem References Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

Abe benefits from a cultural inclination to listen to authority, especially in times of crisis. (Source photo by Reuters)   Examining Nikkei communities and Japanese migration to Manchuria, China, Canada, the Philippines, Singapore and Latin America, the book compares Nikkei experiences with those of Japanese transnational migrants living abroad.” The Americas.

Encyclopedia of Japanese Descendants in the Americas Kikumura-Yano, Akemi AltaMira Press, Jeffrey Lesser is Professor of History and Director of the Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Emory University.

He is the author, most recently, of Negotiating National Identity: Immigrants, Minorities, and the Struggle for Ethnicity in Brazil, also published by Duke University :// Japanese Diasporas examines the relationship of overseas Japanese and their descendents (Nikkei) with their home and host nations, focusing on the political, social and economic struggles of Nikkei.

Frequently abandoned by their homeland, and experiencing alienation in their host nations, the diaspora have attempted to carve out lives between two worlds.

Examining Nikkei communities and Yoemon’s home prefecture of Yamaguchi had one of the highest numbers of emigrants in Japan. According to the immigration statistics by prefecture in the Japanese Overseas Migration Museum’s archives, between and and between andthere w Japanese immigrants from Yamaguchi living ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xix, pages) Contents: Reconsiderations of race, ethnicity, and identity: transnational migrants in post-World War II global society --Japanese transnational migration in time and space: an historical overview --We are children of nature: reforming Japanese cultural values in   Japanese people (Japanese: 日本人, Hepburn: nihonjin) are an ethnic group that is native to the Japanese archipelago and modern country of Japan, where they constitute % of the total population.

Worldwide, approximately million people are of Japanese descent; of these, approximately million are residents of Japan. People of Japanese ancestry who live outside   Her publications related to Nikkei in Latin America include “Metaphors of Japaneseness and Negotiations of Nikkei Identity: The Transnational Networking of People of Japanese Descent,” pp.

in Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad, ed. by In more recent decades that flow has been reversed: more thanJapanese-Brazilians and their families have relocated to Japan.

Examining these significant but rarely studied transnational movements and the experiences of Japanese-Brazilians, the essays in Searching for Home Abroad rethink complex issues of ethnicity and national :// Thanathorn was born inthe year after Thai Summit was founded.

His grandparents immigrated from China to Thailand and struggled to earn a livelihood, according to :// Yoemon Shinmasu, Life of My Grandfather in Seattle Vol.8 Sending money home and a new house. by Ikuo Shinmasu, translated by Kimly Sok. This is a series on the life of Yoemon Shinmasu, an Issei immigrant from a small fishing village in Yamaguchi Prefecture who made his barbershop business quite a success in Seattle, yet lost his life in an accident in his :// During the first half of the twentieth century, Japanese immigrants entered Brazil by the tens of thousands.

In more recent decades that flow has been reversed: more thanJapanese-Brazilians and their families have relocated to Japan.

Examining these significant but rarely studied transnational movements and the experiences of Japanese-Brazilians, the essays in Searching for Home   The Japanese in Latin America is a book published by the University of Illinois Press about Japanese Latin author is Daniel Masterson, while Sayaka Funada-Classen gave research assistance related to the Japanese language.

The book discusses all of the major Japanese populations in Latin America and some other groups of Japanese diaspora who are not as well ://:_The_Asian_American. Read "Nobuko Adachi, editor, Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad: Negotiating Identities in a Global World.

New York: Cambria Press, ; xx + pp. $ (cloth), Journal of American-East Asian Relations" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your ://. Japanese Diasporas examines the relationship of overseas Japanese and their descendents (Nikkei) with their home and host nations, focusing on the political, social and economic struggles of ntly abandoned by their homeland, and experiencing alienation in their host nations, the diaspora have attempted to carve out lives between two ://According to The Association of Nikkei & Japanese Abroad, as of roughly million descendants of Japanese citizens who emigrated from Japan, known as Nikkei Japanese, were living all over the world in places like South America, North America and Oceania.

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