Japanese Cultural Traditions in Canada
Author/Illustrator/Editor: Carlo Caldarola, K. Victor Ujimoto, Mitsuru Shimpo
Based on research conducted in the mid-1970s, this book profiles the regional development of Japanese cultural traditions in British Columbia, southern Alberta and metropolitan Toronto. The authors examine how long held Japanese beliefs and practices responded to the social upheaval caused by diaspora, internment, prejudice and cultural assimilation and provide us with a snapshot of Japanese culture in post-war Canada, 100 years after the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants. Firsthand accounts, archival photographs and evocative descriptions round out this fascinating look at a culture in transition which still retains its essential identity and ultimately influences the culture around it.
|Date||ISBN||BISAC Code||Thema||Rights available|
|01/01/2007||9780660197036||SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General|
|English||Paperback / softback||6.8 in x 9.53 in||C$39.95||216|