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Just How Linear Are Our Moral Values?

The Dilemma of Acculturation and the Clash of Cultures in Japanese Americans
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Kai Cowger

on 29 April 2010

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Just How Linear Are Our Moral Values? The Dilemma of Acculturation and The Clash of Cultures in Japanese Americans Issei = First generation Japanese American

Nisei = Second generation Japanese American

Sansei = Third generation Japanese American "In Japan, the household looms over the individual to such an extent that seldom does the individual think of himself or another apart from his role as a household member."
- Beardsley, Hall, Ward (1959) Final Thoughts:
Can you blame them? Linear=
1) Cultural Tolerance
2) Conflict
3) Replacement
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