Social Process in Hawaiʻi: The Japanese American Contemporary Experience in Hawaiʻi, Volume 41 (2002)

Social Process in Hawaiʻi: The Japanese American Contemporary Experience in Hawaiʻi, Volume 41 (2002)

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Editor: Jonathan Y. Okamura

Softcover, 170 pp.

This collection of articles critically addresses current issues in Hawaiʻi's Japanese American community such as the decline of plantation communities, Uchinanchu identity and culture, changing definitions of being Japanese American, the significance of the Cherry Blossom Queen pageant, and Yonsei identity.