Legacy Of Injustice: Exploring The Cross-generational Impact Of The Japanese American Internment by Donna K. NagataLegacy Of Injustice: Exploring The Cross-generational Impact Of The Japanese American Internment by Donna K. Nagata

Legacy Of Injustice: Exploring The Cross-generational Impact Of The Japanese American Internment

byDonna K. Nagata

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While an historical account of the causes of the Japanese-American internment during World War II has slowly been recorded, the psychological effects on the internees and their progeny had received little attention until the 1987 Sansei research project. This book is an exhaustive account of the project, which employed a cross-generational approach to evaluate patterns of communication, identity, and other topics within changing historical contexts. The work is of interest to psychologists, historians, and lay people concerned with the internment itself, as well as with the more general effects of trauma on victims and future generations.
Title:Legacy Of Injustice: Exploring The Cross-generational Impact Of The Japanese American InternmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:297 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306444259

ISBN - 13:9780306444258

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Table of Contents

Historical Background. The Consequences of Injustice. Using a CrossGenerational Approach. The Sansei Research Project. Communication Patterns. Interest and Knowledge in the Internment. Ethnic Preference, Confidence in One's Rights, and the Possibility of a Future Internment. Perceptions of Personal and Family Impact. Perceptions of Suffering and Coping. Impact on Behaviors. Redressing Injustice. Overview and Implications of Findings. Questions for the Future. Index.