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By: Connor, John W.
Publisher: Chicago, Nelson-Hall: (c.1977)
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 22504
Condition: Fine in Very Good+ dj
[nice clean book, no discernible wear; jacket shows moderate edgewear, a little scuffing to front and rear panels]. (tables, figures) "This study of the acculturation of three generations of Japanese Americans is based on both biographical data and psychological tests. After describing the focus of his investigation and the various research instruments that were employed, [the author] presents the historical framework within which distinctive Japanese and American characteristics developed. An account of Tokugama, Japan is followed by an analysis of the effects of nineteenth-century mod... View more info