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Reconfiguring boundaries : Japanese women in Shanghai

Hasegawa, Eiko


This thesis explores migratory processes of Japanese women to Shanghai since the early 2000s. It sheds light on the -shifting meaning of boundaries between Japan and other Asian countries, particularly China, through these migratory processes. I argue that urbanization and opportunities associated with rapid economic growth in China, as well as growing economic ties between China and Japan, are central to their migration processes. Their acts of migration are part of the processes of...[Show more]

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Date published: 2009-11
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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