Thinking Beyond the State: Migration, Integration, and Citizenship in Japan and the Philippines
Analyzes the complex issues of Filipino migration to Japan in contemporary times divided into three main parts: challenges to policies, agency in structure, and communities and integration. Describes immigration policy in contemporary Japan, Filipino domestic workers to Japan, and impediments on reaching human security for migrants. Examines experiences of Filipino mothers in Japanese-Filipino intercultural marriages, and Filipino rap music as an arbiter of migrant visibility in Japan. Considers Migrant Support Organizations (MSOs) as agents of immigrant family integration and the roles the Filipino migrant women played in new social problems and tensions that emerged in the big city entertainment area.
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