Racism in Japan
GRIN Verlag, 2011 - 60 pages
Essay from the year 2005 in the subject Orientalism / Sinology - Japanology, grade: -, University of Sheffield, course: MA, language: English, abstract: This paper examines the lives of Koreans in Japan since The Treaty of Kanghwa. It examines the legal changes, social and cultural changes, and the political changes that have been made throughout the years and deals with issues of nationality, alien registration and names. Issues of marriage, work, education, accommodation, and voting rights are also discussed. Finally, it concludes by discussing the changes which have been made since the end of World War II and makes recommendations for the future.
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1980s Elimination 2.4 million Koreans akademische Texte annexation become naturalized beginnings of racial born in Japan born of mixed brief history carry alien registration Chong-Sok civic rights CULTURAL CHANGE difficult for Koreans Education Elimination of nationality fingerprinting fourth generation Koreans Fukuoka Gerry Mclellan Racism GRIN Verlag grounds of ethnic Hicks Hitachi identity for fear Japan A brief Japan Gerald Mclellan Japan GRIN Japan-South Korea Japanese Government Japanese names Japanese nationality Korean community Korean minority Korean names Korean peninsula Korean residents Korean schools Korean-Japanese Koreans in Japan Koreans living LEGAL CHANGES lives of Koreans living in Japan Mindan Mintoren Municipal voting rights nationality requirements North or South number of Koreans Osaka Pachinko Parlor permanent residence racial discrimination Racism in Japan remain in Japan repatriation resident Koreans Residents in Japan return to Korea second generation Koreans self-employed Soren South Korea status of Koreans suffrage Sugimoto third and fourth Treaty of Kanghwa Zainichi Koreans