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The Resource Okinawa and the U.S. military : identity making in the Age of Globalization, Masamichi S. Inoue

Okinawa and the U.S. military : identity making in the Age of Globalization, Masamichi S. Inoue

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Okinawa and the U.S. military : identity making in the Age of Globalization
Title
Okinawa and the U.S. military
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identity making in the Age of Globalization
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Masamichi S. Inoue
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Language
eng
Summary
In 1995, an Okinawan schoolgirl was brutally raped by several U.S. servicemen. The incident triggered a chain of protests by women's groups, teachers' associations, labor unions, reformist political parties, and various grassroots organizations across Okinawa prefecture. Reaction to the crime culminated in a rally attended by some 85,000 people, including business leaders and conservative politicians who had seldom raised their voices against the U.S. military presence. Using this event as a point of reference, Inoue explores how Okinawans began to regard themselves less as a gro
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Okinawa and the U.S. military : identity making in the Age of Globalization, Masamichi S. Inoue
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Okinawa and the U.S. military : identity making in the Age of Globalization, Masamichi S. Inoue
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/inou13890
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rdacontent
Contents
  • List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; 1) Introduction; 2) The Rape Incident and the Predicaments of Okinawan Identity; 3) Reduced to Culture without Politics and History: A Critique of Modern Okinawan Studies; 4) "We Are Okinawans of a Different Kind": Henoko History, Camp Schwab, and Working-Class Ideology of Difference; 5) "We Are Okinawans": Local Identity in a Global Perspective; 6) Nago City Referendum: Constructing Okinawan Citizenship; 7) The Nago City Mayoral Election: and the Changing Tide of Okinawan Resistance
  • 8) Conclusion: Anthropologists as the Third Person, Anthropology in the Global Public SphereNotes; Chronology; References; Index
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1 online resource (313 pages)
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9780231511148
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rdamedia
Media type code
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EB00639499
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