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    The "new" immigration and the politics of cultural diversity in the United States and Japan.

    Cornelius WA

    ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL. 1993; 2(4):439-50.

    Certain parallels between the recent experience of Japan and that of the United States with immigration from Third World countries are increasingly evident. In this discussion, I shall focus on these key similarities rather than the obvious differences between the two countries, in terms of culture, economy, political system, and 'immigration profile'. Aspects considered include the structural nature of the demand for foreign labor, the composition of immigrant stocks and flows, public tolerance, and contradictions in government policies. (EXCERPT)
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