By Pedro Iacobelli
The learn proposes another political viewpoint on migration heritage to research the reason and mechanisms in the back of the institution of migration courses via the sending country. To advance this angle, the ebook examines the state's emigration regulations, their determinants and their execution for the japanese and Okinawan migration courses to Bolivia within the Nineteen Fifties. It argues that the post-war migration regulations that validated these migration flows have been because of the the political cost-benefit calculations, instead of purely financial elements, of the 3 governments concerned.
With its designated concentrate on the function of the sending country and the connection among Japan, Okinawa and the U.S., this can be a priceless research for college students and students of postwar Japan and migration history.
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Postwar Emigration to South America from Japan and the Ryukyu Islands (SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan) by Pedro Iacobelli