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By recruiting participants from the social-networking website InterNations, this qualitative interview-based research explores how Nikkei Brazilians maintain intimate family relations and cultivate interpersonal connections within their local communities via Information and Communication...
War memories among the Japanese have played a critical role in shaping their perceptions of peace, providing various opportunities where they can learn about World War II. In spite of their critical importance in Japanese society, very few studies have systematically examined how war memories...
As an aspirational activity, English as a Foreign Language (EFL) education is a compulsory pursuit within many education systems around the world. Common to many such contexts, EFL is taught in relation to a dominant national language and therefore exists within a marginal, non-official or...
The image of Japanese mainstream media reporting is dominated by the institution of “press clubs”. Critical researchers argue that these restricted and institutionalized links between mainstream media and their sources lead to uniformity in media reporting. Other researchers contend that...
As the history of science makes its “global turn,” it has become ever more vital to pluralize the geography of its theoretical voices. This article takes up the challenge by introducing Anglophone scholars to the work of the late Kanamori Osamu (1954-2016), a major force in the introduction of...
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