Japanese Immigrants in the United States and Canada : A Comparative Analysis
作成者 Koch, Glenn G.
作成者の別表記 グレン, コッホ
日本十進分類法 (NDC) 334.453, 334.451
内容 The experiences of Japanese immigrants to the United States and Canada is the difference between assimilating cultures, which bear different attitudes towards wealth and immigration. The United States population does not openly hate Japanese, but in times of economic problems the inherent discrimination shown towards those perceived as outsiders rises. Canada does not have such constrictions, although this should not be construed as implying that there is no discrimination in Canada. It is simply a case of more opportunity for social acceptance in Canada, with the political influence that comes with wealth being considered part of society. Wealth is the primary influence of the United States; if an immigrant comes in with wealth, it is expected that their influence will affect the citizens of the United States in a negative fashion. It is the current negative perception that defines the Japanese experience in the United States, while in Canada the rules of immigration favor the Japanese with acceptance as partners instead of outsiders.
公開者 (ヨミ) チバ ダイガク ガイコクゴ センター
公開者の別表記 Center for Foreign languages
コンテンツの種類 紀要論文 Departmental Bulletin Paper
掲載誌情報 言語文化論叢 Vol.7 page.55-59 (2000-12-27)
フルテキストへのリンク http://mitizane.ll.chiba-u.jp/metadb/up/library1/KJ00000204213.pdf, http://mitizane.ll.chiba-u.jp/metadb/up/AN10532524/KJ00000204213.pdf
情報源 Papers on languages and cultures
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