ERIC Number: ED447053
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Japanese Migration and the Americas: An Introduction to the Study of Migration.
Mukai, Gary; Brunette, Rachel
This curriculum module introduces students to the study of migration, including a brief overview of some categories of migration and reasons why people migrate. As a case study, the module uses the Japanese migration experience in the United States, Peru, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. The module introduces students to categories of migration such as rural-urban migration, urban-urban migration, cyclical migration, forced migration, return migration, remigration, and U-turn migration. Student activities in the module are structured around the theory of multiple intelligences. The module first presents a general introduction and then proceeds to an introductory activity which sets the context and contains transparencies and handouts. Next, the module's activities section provides a look at the eight countries with a Japanese immigrant population and then offers eight activities, one for each country studied. Contains a glossary and references. (BT)
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Immigrants, Japanese Culture, Migration, Multiple Intelligences, Secondary Education, Social Studies
Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, Institute for International Studies, Encina Hall, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-6055; Tel: 800-578-1114 (toll free); Fax: 650-723-6784; E-mail: (SPICE.email@example.com); Web site: (http://spice.stanford.edu).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Sponsor: Consulate of Japan, San Francisco, CA.
Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Stanford Program on International and Cross Cultural Education.
Identifiers - Location: North America; South America