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Identity and Resistance in Okinawa


Identity and Resistance in Okinawa

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    Matthew Allen
The keystone of U.S. security in East Asia, Okinawa is a troubled symbol of resistance and identity. In this perceptive ethnography, Matthew Allen draws on extensive fieldwork, interviews, and historical research to provide an original exploration of identity construction. The author argues that identity in Okinawa is multi-vocal, ambivalent, and still very much _under construction._ With its interdisciplinary focus, anthropologists, sociologists, and historians alike will find this book an important source for understanding broad questions of identity formation in the contexts of national, ethnic, cultural, historical and economic experience.  
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  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Matthew Allen
  • Rowman Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
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