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Integration and separation of immigrants in Japan

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Teachers' orientations to identity and culture
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International Social Survey Programme 2003 found that about 90% of the people in Japan favours the idea of maintaining the ethnic minorities' culture, rather than their adaptation to the dominant majority's culture. It is outstandingly high percentage, compared internationally. The result is consistent with the fact that multicultural coexistence ("Tabunka kyosei") policy is welcomed in many local governments to support the immigrants. However, it contradicts to some academics' argument th...

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SSD
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Sociology
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-02-17

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