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The Studies on Canadian Japanese Immigrants (1887-1941)

Author: BianRong
Tutor: ZhuShuGuang
School: Suzhou Institute of Technology
Course: World History
Keywords: Japan Immigrant Canada Anti-Japanese movement Reason
CLC: K771
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2010
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Abstract


Japanese immigrants in Canada's immigration history , ethnic groups is a concern . In this paper, from 1887 to 1941 , emigrated to Canada, the Japanese and their descendants for the study , to introduce immigrant background and causes , combing their immigration process , analysis of the assimilation and integration of the situation , and contact the Canadian anti-Japanese movement of both Contact between . Lead to their immigration because the social transformation of Japan 's turbulent life of the lower classes to the brink of collapse , by contrast , Canada 's superior environment to attract immigrants from their homes to improve the economic situation . In short, during this period the Japanese to Canada's immigration history can be divided into two stages: the stage of sporadic immigration , immigration company leading groups of migrants stage . Groups of immigrants stage can be divided into the contract immigration and free immigration . Assimilation of Japanese immigrants in Canada with a low degree of integration , mainly due to their independent lifestyle and relatively closed community of life , who strongly approve of the mother culture from its own perspective . These factors also become reasons for the Canada social exclusion of Japanese immigrants . The rise of the Canadian anti-Japanese movement in turn block the process of assimilation and integration . From the point of view of the immigrant receiving countries , the outbreak of the anti-Japanese movement in Canada is the Canadian society deeply rooted white supremacy concept of racism , and the continuation of the anti-Chinese movement of the yellow race prejudice and discrimination , but also by the Japanese -Canadian relations Japan and its nationals has a strong preventive psychological . Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 , Canada declared war on Japan , completely suspended Japanese immigrants to Canada .

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