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- Identities and Use of Names of Young Zainichi Koreans
- A Tribute to the Japanese Literature of Korean Writers in Japan
- Dissertation/Thesis Abstract
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Identities and Use of Names of Young Zainichi Koreans
They currently constitute the second largest ethnic minority group in Japan after Chinese immigrants due to many Koreans assimilating into the general Japanese population. The term Zainichi Korean refers only to long-term Korean residents of Japan who trace their roots to Korea under Japanese rule , distinguishing them from the later wave of Korean migrants who came mostly in the s  and from pre-modern immigrants dating back to antiquity who may themselves be the ancestors of the Japanese people. The Japanese word "Zainichi" itself means a foreign citizen "staying in Japan" and implies temporary residence. In , there were over , ethnic Koreans resident in Japan. The modern flow of Koreans to Japan started with the Japan-Korea Treaty of and increased dramatically since Another wave of migration started after South Korea was devastated by the Korean War in the s. Also noteworthy was the large number of refugees from the massacres on Jeju Island by the South Korean government.
The purpose of the present dissertation is to study literary works by writers who have Korean heritage, Yuasa Katsue, Jewish American writers and other postcolonial writers and to question the ubiquitous tendency to integrate a people, their language, and their culture into one entity. The writer primarily studies Tachihara Masaaki in contrast with the aforementioned writers by employing two theoretical concepts, hybridity and mimicry. Since these concepts are intricately intertwined in identity and language, they must be studied both individually and synergistically. Some critics positively evaluate hybridity, while some other critics focus on its weaknesses. In the present dissertation, the two contrasting approaches are studied thoroughly. In addition to hybridity, mimicry is discussed as a main topic in the dissertation.
A Tribute to the Japanese Literature of Korean Writers in Japan
Interest in the SDGs is increasing rapidly both in Japan and overseas as issues and objectives for all countries in the world, including developed countries. By focusing on universities as centers for creating knowledge and examining research activities by researchers of Chuo University, this special feature explores the role which must be fulfilled by universities in order to achieve the SDGs by In the fourth installment, Associate Professor Rika Lee Faculty of Policy Studies discusses the unequal structures surrounding people and countries as arising from the dualism of fellow citizens and foreigners that exist in Japan, as well as changes in said structures. Lee also points out the role of universities in achieving SDGs Goal 10 "Reduce inequality within and among countries. UN member nations have pledged to leave no one behind. The SDGs indicate universal challenges to be undertaken domestically and on a global scale by both developing nations and advanced nations.
It discusses Zainichi Koreans in Japan. The book includes ten essays, each written by a different person. The former taught in Japan and received their professional training in Anglophone countries.
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