Lives of young Koreans in Japan

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Trans Pacific Press, 2000 - Social Science - 330 pages
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Culturally different from both Korean nationals and Japanese, third-generation Korean migrants have developed a complex ethnic identity through their struggles with Japanese racism.

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Contents

The History of Japans Korean Minority
3
Japans Korean Minority Today
21
A Typology of Zainichi Identities
42
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Fukuoka is professor of sociology at Saitama University.

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