9 edition of Multiculturalism in the new Japan found in the catalog.
Multiculturalism in the new Japan
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Nelson Graburn, John Ertl, R. Kenji Tierney.|
|Series||Asian anthropologies -- vol. 6|
|Contributions||Graburn, Nelson H. H., Ertl, John., Tierney, R. Kenji.|
|LC Classifications||HM1271 .M8433 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006100544|
Multiculturalism is a society that consists of many various cultures. And they coexist together. Recently in the world, there are many multicultural cities, such as New York, Los Angeles, London, and Hong Kong. However, Japan is not considered to be the multicultural society, even the biggest city in Japan, Tokyo.
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Book description: Like other industrial nations, Japan is experiencing its own forms of, and problems with, internationalization and multiculturalism. This volume focuses on several aspects of this process and examines the immigrant minorities as well as their Japanese recipient communities.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Internal boundaries and models of multiculturalism in contemporary Japan / Nelson Graburn and John Ertl --The great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake and town-making towards multiculturalism / Yasuko Takezawa --Globalization and the new meanings of the.
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THE ISSUE OF DIVERSITY. AND MULTICULTURALISM IN JAPAN. Jie Qi. Utsunomiya University, Japan. Sheng Ping Zhang. Meijo University, Japan. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the. American Educational Research Association. MarchNew YorkFile Size: 63KB. Get this from a library. Multiculturalism in the new Japan: crossing the boundaries within.
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“This book importantly seeks out the meanings behind the nooks and crannies in which peoples from different cultures are juxtaposed within Japan. However the real work of living side by side, of respecting individual and cultural differences, of embracing diversity remains a vital challenge to both Japan, as well as to scholars who stand.
The discourse of multiculturalism and the official, economically motivated desire for Australia to become 'part of Asia' has resulted in a relatively positive valuation of 'Asia' and 'Asians', an. Japan. The realization of multiculturalism. As I pointed out, it is the words, ‘Kyousei’ and ‘Tabunka-Kyousei’ that are used to express multiculturalism in Japan.
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Every action or support, provided by the government and people of Japan is not for cultural minorities but for the social and cultural majorities. When we read the literature it provides us with skepticism. I believe that the job of the literature is not to tell.
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Political and public support for multiculturalism has been called into question in the new millennium, with British multiculturalism—and Britain itself—currently in a state of flux.
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Multicultural Education in Japan Eika Tai Article Summary Korean ethnic education in Japanese public schools, which started in the s, is a form of multicultural education that provides useful ideas for multiculturalist teachers dealing with children of newcomer foreigners.
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