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Ethnic minority citizenship and the Japanese Constitution

Kang, Sangjung


[Conclusion]: Thus ethnic minorities in Japan remain like pariahs lacking what Arendt calls a public life, and are therefore denied any footing in the human world. How can one possibly find a way out of this situation in which so many people lack even the basic human condition and are without publicly secured human relations in general? It could be said that an infringement of human rights occurs not only when at least one of the rights listed as a human right is violated, but also when people...[Show more]

CollectionsConstitutions and Human Rights in a Global Age Symposium : An Asia-Pacific Perspective (2001)
ANU Research Publications
Date published: 2001
Type: Conference paper


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