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Title: Fieldwork study on Japanese women in the Greater Toronto Area and their adaptation to life in Canada
Other Titles: 日本人女性のカナダ生活への適応に関するフィールドワーク研究
Authors: KANO PODOLSKY, Momo
嘉納, もも
Keywords: Fieldwork
Japanese immigrant women in Canada
adaptation patterns
Issue Date: 25-Dec-2007
Publisher: 京都女子大学現代社会学部
Abstract: This paper presents an overview of recent trends in immigration from Japan to Canada. We will argue that the preponderance of women who furthermore display a high rate of intermarriage warrants a close examination of the adaptation patterns of such women to life in Canada. Findings from fieldwork among a group of Japanese women in the Greater Toronto Area will be outlined, and issues such as the increasing flow of women out of Japan, and the relation between intermarriage and integration will be addressed. We will also suggest our view on the future of Japanese ethnicity in Canada.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/398
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