Masteroppgave: ny struktur

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1. 1A) Formal Thesis Introduction

1.1. Motivation

1.1.1. Introduction: koureika/shoushika

1.1.2. Motivation

1.2. Theory, Methodology, Definitions

1.2.1. Culture

1.2.2. Ethnicity

1.2.3. Nationalism

1.2.4. Multiculturalism

1.2.5. Acculturation

1.2.6. integration and assimilation

1.2.7. Terms for min. groups

1.2.8. Collectivist/group-oriented societies

1.3. Research question

1.4. Language and transcription

1.4.1. Hepburn

2. 2A) Historic Chapter A (pre-1945)

2.1. Pre Tokugawa Period

2.2. Tokugawa Period

2.3. Meiji Period

2.4. Meiji Accounts of Islamic World

2.5. Pan-Asianism & Pan-Islamism: mutual interests

2.6. Pan-Islamism

2.7. Pan-Asianism

2.8. Islamic admiration for / presence in Japan

2.9. Taisho Period

2.10. Manchuria 1932->

2.11. 1938 Mosque

2.12. 1942 Okawa Shumei

2.13. 1942 Invasion Dutch Indies

2.14. Summary of pre-1945

3. 2B) Historic Chapter B (post-1945)

3.1. Japanese Empire dissolves 1952

3.2. 50s/60s/70s

3.3. 80s

3.4. 1989/1990 New Law

3.5. 2000 United Nations Report

4. 3A) Historical Ideological Chapter A: Tokugawa/Meiji

4.1. Geographical distance VS Time

4.2. Ka-i, assimilation. Identity flux of Ainu/Rykyu

4.3. Barbarians

4.4. Otherness of foreigners emphasized: 1600s/1700s/1800s

5. 3B) Historical Ideological chapter B: Contemporary (postwar) Japan

5.1. Cultural nationalism in Japan

5.2. Imagined cultural homogeinity

5.3. Essentialism

5.4. Racism and prejudice

5.5. Notion of 'race' and concept of blood line

5.6. Concept of blood line

6. 4) Status quo of immigrant situation in Japan

6.1. Assimilation: top-down process of domestic imperialism, or slow down-top process?

6.2. Assimilation pressure

6.2.1. Integration as median

6.2.2. Increasing ties to Home country

6.3. Long-Distance Nationalism and Transnational identities

6.4. Today's reality for foreign workers, and Muslims especially

6.4.1. Muslims in Japan today

6.4.1.1. Mosques

6.4.1.2. Difficulties

6.4.2. Challenges for foreigners - seperate worlds

6.4.3. Working conditions for foreigners

6.4.4. Images of Muslims

6.4.4.1. Muslim image A: "terrorist"

6.4.4.2. image B: "illegal"

6.4.4.3. image C: "violent"

6.4.4.4. image D: "uncivilized"/"barbarian"

6.4.5. Physical characteristics / "Barbarians" VS religion

6.4.6. More on beards + orientalism

6.4.7. Over-emphasis on foreigners’ ’otherness’

6.4.8. Representations of foreigners in three different television shows

6.4.9. linking contemporary TV shows to traditional ideological currents

6.4.10. bad 'PR'

6.4.11. Muslims' images of themselves

7. 5) Multiculturalism

7.1. Genesis of Multiculturalism

7.2. Criticism of multiculturalism

7.3. Gastarbeiter Norway/Germany

7.4. Multiculturalism and capitalism

7.5. Comparison mulitculturalism in different models

7.5.1. USA

7.5.2. Canada and Australia

7.5.3. Europe

7.5.4. South Korea / Japan

7.5.5. Problematic aspects of applying 'multiculturalism' theory to Japan

7.5.6. Going against the hegemonic discourse: Is Japan really ‘anti Multiculturalism’ / ‘ideology of assimilation’?

7.5.6.1. pro-multiculturalism movements/scholars/opinion leaders

7.5.6.2. anti-multiculturalism movements! (“chaos!”, “masatsu/friction!”)

8. 6) Discussion and Conclusions

8.1. Discussion

8.1.1. Is Japanesere society collectivist?

8.2. Conclusions

9. 7) Literature List

10. 1B) Introduction to Immigrants in Japan

10.1. Introduction to the topic of Japan and Immigration / multiculturalism

10.1.1. Number of foreigners. Oldcomers and newcomers

10.1.2. Types of immigrants

10.2. Statistics on Muslims in Japan today

10.3. Countries of origin, age and employment

10.4. Gender

10.5. Illegal overstayers

10.6. End of introduction, build up to historic chapter