Colonialism, Migration and Fear of the Foreign in Japan
Issues of immigration and the rights of foreigners in Japan have been the focus of much debate in recent years. On the one hand, the spectre of falling birth-rates and declining population have encouraged some far reaching proposals to open Japanese society to much larger flows of immigration. On the other, the current economic crisis and rising unemployment have been accompanied by growing signs of unease about the presence of foreign workers in Japan. Meanwhile, Japan has begun very...[Show more]
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