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Title: The Utah Nippo and World War II : A Sociological Review
Other Titles: 『ユタ日報』と第二次世界大戦:社会学的一考察
Authors: HIGASHIMOTO, Haruo
東元, 春夫
Keywords: Japanese immigrant
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2004
Publisher: 京都女子大学現代社会学部
Abstract: This paper first discusses the socio-historical background of the Japanese community and its newspaper in Utah, then reviews the newspaper functions and "The Medium is the Massage" notion by MacLuhan during the World War II period, and finally examines the overall assimilation process of the Japanese immigrants in Utah. The collected data and the content analysis of the newspaper indicate that without those newspapers published in Japanese during the war period, the adjustment of the people of Japanese ancestry to the unprecedented wartime circumstances, their subsequent recovery, and their eventual assimilation process into the mainstream American society would not have been so smooth and peaceful.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/341
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