Immigrant Japan: Mobility and Belonging in an Ethno-nationalist Society
Cornell University Press, 2020/04/15 - 276 ページ
Immigrant Japan? Sounds like a contradiction, but as Gracia Liu-Farrer shows, millions of immigrants make their lives in Japan, dealing with the tensions between belonging and not belonging in this ethno-nationalist country. Why do people want to come to Japan? Where do immigrants with various resources and demographic profiles fit in the economic landscape? How do immigrants narrate belonging in an environment where they are "other" at a time when mobility is increasingly easy and belonging increasingly complex?
Gracia Liu-Farrer illuminates the lives of these immigrants by bringing in sociological, geographical, and psychological theories—guiding the reader through life trajectories of migrants of diverse backgrounds while also going so far as to suggest that Japan is already an immigrant country.
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Introduction Japan as an Ethnonationalist Immigrant Society
1 Immigrating to Japan
2 Migration Channels and the Shaping of Immigrant Ethnoscapes
3 Working in Japan
4 Weaving the Web of a Life in Japan
5 To Leave to Return
6 Home and Belonging in an Ethnonationalist Society
7 Children of Immigrants Educational Mobilities