By Nobuko Adachi
Japanese Diasporas examines the connection of abroad jap and their descendents (Nikkei) with their domestic and host countries, targeting the political, social and fiscal struggles of Nikkei. often deserted via their place of birth, and experiencing alienation of their host countries, the diaspora have tried to carve out lives among worlds. interpreting Nikkei groups and jap migration to Manchuria, China, Canada, the Philippines, Singapore and Latin the US, the e-book compares Nikkei stories with these of jap transnational migrants dwelling abroad.
The authors attach theoretical problems with ethnic identification with the japanese and Nikkei circumstances, studying the hidden dynamics of the social building of race, ethnicity and fatherland, and suggesting many of the ways that diasporas are reworking international society this present day. featuring new views on socio-political and cultural problems with transnational migrants and diaspora groups in an economically intertwined world, this book will be of serious curiosity to students of diaspora reports and jap studies.