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Title: 『置き去り─サハリン残留日本女性たちの60年』(吉武輝子著)にみる民族とジェンダー
Other Titles: Ethnicity and Gender in Teruko Yoshitake's Okizari : Saharin zanryu nihon jyoseitachi-no 60-nen (Left behind - 60 years of post-war life for the Japanese women left in Sakhalin)
Authors: 冨成, 絢子1 Browse this author
パイチャゼ, スヴェトラナ2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): TOMINARI, Ayako1
PAICHADZE, Svetlana2
Issue Date: 8-May-2019
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院国際広報メディア・観光学院
Journal Title: 国際広報メディア・観光学ジャーナル
Journal Title(alt): The Journal of International Media, Communication, and Tourism Studies
Volume: 28
Start Page: 3
End Page: 20
Abstract: This paper explores the representation of gender and ethnic identities in Teruko Yoshitake's (2005) nonfiction book on Japanese women who could not return to Japan after World War II and continued to live in Sakhalin. Employing a discourse-historical approach (Wodak 2001) from critical discourse analysis, it provides linguistic analysis of Yoshitake's text as well as social and historical contexts of Sakhalin and the women. Although Yoshitake (1931-2012) was known as an activist in liberating Japanese women and having critical views on wars and the state, we argue that Yoshitake's ideas about the Japanese women in Sakhalin do not fully reflect on their transnational and multilingual identities and are based on a rather simple conceptualization of gender and ethnic identities.
Type: bulletin (article)
Appears in Collections:国際広報メディア・観光学ジャーナル = The Journal of International Media, Communication, and Tourism Studies > No.28

Submitter: 冨成 絢子

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