EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC ISSUES JAPANESES BRAZILIANS IN JAPANVisualizações: 3
ResumoIt is now 27 years since revised immigration laws brought some 300,000 Japanese-descendant
Nikkei Brazilians to Japan for economic opportunities. Brazilian schools were preferred to
maintain Portuguese before the 2008 worldwide depression, which also forced many Nikkei
families to return home. Presently, in the so called ‘Second Generation Resident Brazilians’ age,
more Nikkei children attend Japanese public schools hoping for higher education. Economic and
educational gaps among the youth have widened. Some can attend college and others have
become economically and linguistically stateless. This paper explores educational and
socio-economic issues that Japanese Brazilians in Japan have faced to enjoy full citizenship.
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Sugino, T. (2017). EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC ISSUES JAPANESES BRAZILIANS IN JAPAN. Revista De Letras Norte@mentos, 10(23). https://doi.org/10.30681/rln.v10i23.7287