Enkakuchi tabunkashugi: Osutoraria no nikkeijin to imakoko ni meduita toransu-nashonarizumu

Translated title of the contribution: Long-distance multiculturalism: Japanese diaspora in Australia and rooted-transnationalism

Koichi Iwabuchi

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    Abstract

    This chapter discusses how the hitherto study of Japanese migrants and diaspora in
    Australia tend to underexplore the second and third generation experiences and
    proposes the development of such studies through the comparison of other Asian
    migrants in Australia as well as the consideration of how local multicultural issues in
    Australia are intersected with people's affiliation with and sense of belonging to
    "Japan" in diverse ways in order to go beyond the bipolarization of 'here" and "there"
    in the age of mobility. The chapter is included in an edited volume that originally
    discusses the history and the current situation of Japanese migrants and diaspora in
    Australia
    Translated title of the contributionLong-distance multiculturalism: Japanese diaspora in Australia and rooted-transnationalism
    Original languageJapanese
    Title of host publicationOsutoraria no nihonjin
    Subtitle of host publicationKako, soshite genzai
    EditorsJun Nagatomo
    Place of PublicationKyoto Japan
    PublisherHoritsu Bunka-sha
    Pages204-215
    Number of pages12
    ISBN (Print)9784589037824
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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