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|Statement||Research Committee on the Study of Japanese Americans in Honolulu, Hawaii.|
|Series||Monograph / Research Committee on the Study of Honolulu Residents, the Institute of Statistical Mathematics -- 2, Monograph (Tōkei Sūri Kenkyūjo (Tokyo, Japan). Research Committee on the Study of Honolulu Residents) -- 2|
|LC Classifications||DU624.7J3 T59 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
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This book is less a study of Japanese Americans per se than an analysis of the puzzle that they present to theorists of ethnic relations. What made them different.
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Young Japanese Americans today are reviving their cultural heritage and embracing its salience in their daily lives more than the previous generations. This book demonstrates how culturally assimilated minorities can simultaneously maintain their ancestral cultures.
In Japanese American Ethnicity, Takeyuki Tsuda explores the contemporary ethnic experiences of Japanese Americans from the second to the fourth generations and the extent to which they remain connected to their ancestral cultural heritage.
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