From internment to 'model minority': The reintegration of Japanese Americans in United States society after World War Two

by Andrews, Jenna Lee, M.A., THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 2009, 53 pages; 1462089


Japanese Americans after World War Two faced a myriad of challenges and problems with did not disappear as quickly as the well-known "model minority" narrative would have us believe. This thesis is an attempt to present a more detailed exploration of Japanese American resettlement from August 1945 through 1958.

AdviserTyler Anbinder
Source TypeThesis
SubjectsAmerican studies; American history; Modern history; Ethnic studies
Publication Number1462089

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