3 edition of Negotiating Identity in Contemporary Japan found in the catalog.
February 15, 2000
by Kegan Paul
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||220|
Karen A. Foss is a rhetorical scholar and educator in the discipline of communication. Her research and teaching interests include contemporary rhetorical theory and criticism, feminist perspectives on communication, the incorporation of marginalized voices into rhetorical theory and practice, and the reconceptualization of communication theories and constructs. ann-elise lewallen’s research focuses on critical indigenous studies, energy policy, gender studies, intersectionality, and environmental justice in the context of contemporary Japan and India. She is also concerned with ethnographic research ethics and issues of knowledge construction in relation to host communities.
[I]t is interesting to reflect on the way the BBC represented Japan during the World Cup (in the introduction of this book). To some extent, the montage of the old and the new, the geisha and the bullet-train, Mount Fuji and neon streets, is actually a fairly accurate picture of some of the interleaving elements that comprise modern Japan. Recommended citation: Nobuko Adachi, "Ethnic Identity, Culture, and Race: Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad," The Asia-Pacific Journal, , Septem References. Abraham, Traci and Dan Serradilla-Avery. The Japón Lineage in Spain: Voices from the Unsung Past in the Creation of Identity though Tourism Today.
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38–Cited by: 1. Acknowledgments. This article, which is a substantially expanded and revised version of Chapter 3 in my forthcoming book, The Fabric of Indigeneity: Modern Ainu Identity and Gender in Colonial Japan (School for Advanced Research Press and University of New Mexico Press, ), draws upon ethnographic work in Ainu communities (–).
I am indebted Cited by: 1.Ainu Women and Indigenous Modernity in Settler Colonial Japan ann-elise lewallen Abstract: In contemporary Japan Ainu women create spaces of cultural vitalization wherein they transit between Ainu identity determined by their natal relationships and actively negotiating with Ainu identity through their Size: 4MB.