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Historically Japan's burakumin were outcasts from the feudal system and considered untouchables. Miki Y. Ishikida, Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan, Bloomington:iUniverse, 2005. Their descendants still face discrimination today. The Four-Tiered Class System of Feudal Japan. Comparison of Indian Castes and Feudal Japanese Classes. The Dalits, or Untouchables, Traditionally Were Oppressed by Hindus. History of Japanese Organized Crime, the Yakuza. 14 Fun Facts about Class Identity in Feudal Japan.

Living together: Minority people and disadvantaged groups in Japan. Nikkei Brazilians in Japan: The ideology and symbolic content faced by this new ethnic minority. Lanham and Oxford: Lexington Books. Kipnis, A. B. (2011). In R. T. Donahue (E., Exploring Japaneseness: On Japanese enactments of culture and consciousness (pp. 197–224). Westport, CT: Ablex Publishing. Japan’s minorities: The illusion of homogeneity. Identities of Multiethnic People in Japan Japan and Global Migration: Foreign Workers and the Advent of Multicultural Society. Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu. Zainichi Chōsenjin no hōteki chii’ [The Legal Status of Koreans in Japan. Hisho ruisan 10: hōsei kankei shiryō [Collected Private Papers.

Compensatory education and ethnic education for minority and disadvantaged children-Buraku children, Ainu children, Korean children, Nikkei children and disabled.

Japanese Education in the 21st Century is an introduction to contemporary Japanese education and provides the latest information and resources for educators and anyone with an interest in the Japanese school system. Compensatory education and ethnic education for minority and disadvantaged children-Buraku children, Ainu children, Korean children, Nikkei children and disabled children-that are designed to improve their academic achievements and to give them a sense of pride in their heritage.

Ishikida, Mika, 2005. Living together in Japan: minority people and disadvantaged groups in Japan. Diet officially declares Ainu indigenous. The Japan Times, 7 June. Johnston, Eric, 2006. One bad apple set to spoil Osaka’s ‘buraku’ aid barrel. The Japan Times, 19 De- cember.

Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (2003). Jeffrey Lesser is Professor of History and Director of the Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Emory University. He is the author, most recently, of Negotiating National Identity: Immigrants, Minorities, and the Struggle for Ethnicity in Brazil, also published by Duke University Press.

Ishikida, Miki Y. 2005. Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan. Teijyū gaikokujin no shakaiteki jinken to komuniti. Shakaigaku nenpō 27: 69–86. Legal Treatment of Koreans in Japan: The Impact of International Human Rights Law on Japanese Law.

Author: Miki Y. Ishikida Title: Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan . You can purchase the book in a printed form or as eBook. Ishikida Title: Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (June 2005) ISBN: 0595350496. Other books published by the Center: Japanese Education in the 21st Century. Toward Peace: War Responsibility, Postwar Compensation, and Peace Movements and Education in Japan.

Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan is an introduction to the status of minority and disadvantaged groups and to human rights education in Japan. The book provides the latest information and resources for educators and anyone with an interest in the human rights of minority groups in Japan.

Author Miki Y. Ishikida discusses:

· Japan's commitment to promote and protect the human rights of minority and disadvantaged groups, and to teach minority cultures and history in schools and in communities

· The status and human rights of the indigenous Ainu, the Okinawans, Buraku people, Korean permanent residents, foreign newcomers such as Nikkei, children, women and the elderly

· Human rights education in school


Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Miki Ishikida
ISBN: 059567190X
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (June 13, 2005)
Pages: 220 pages