Eine Frau geht an einer Weltkarte, die aus Kinderporträts besteht, am Freitag (18.06.2010) im JuniorMuseum in Köln vorbei.

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References and Further Reading

Achenbach, Ruth (2012), 'Networks in Transition: Migration Decisions in the Life Course of Highly Skilled Chinese in Japan', in ASIEN, The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, No. 124 (July 2012), pp. 137–158.

Ballescas, Maria Rosario Piquero (2009), 'Filipino Caregivers in Japan: The State, Agents, and Emerging Issues', in Kyūshū Daigaku Ajia Sōgō Seisaku Sentā Kiyō 3 (March), pp. 127–138.

Baum, Harald (forthcoming), 'Das moderne japanische Recht. Entwicklung und Charakteristika', in Vogt, Gabriele and Phoebe S. Holdgrün (eds.), Modernisierungsprozesse in Japan, Munich: iudicium.

Behaghel, Jeannette and Gabriele Vogt (2006), 'Arbeitsmigration nach Japan. Rechtliche Rahmenbedingungen und politischer Diskurs', in Haak, René and Ulrike Haak (eds.), Arbeitswelten in Japan. Japanstudien 18, Jahrbuch des Deutschen Instituts für Japanstudien, München: iudicium, pp. 111–148.

Chiavacci, David (2011), Japans neue Immigrationspolitik. Ostasiatisches Umfeld, ideelle Diversität und institutionelle Fragmentierung, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Cornelius, Wayne A. and Takeyuki Tsuda (2004), 'Controlling Immigration. The Limits of Government Intervention', in: Cornelius, Wayne A., Takeyuki Tsuda, Philip L. Martin and James F. Hollifield (eds.), Controlling Immigration. A Global Perspective, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, pp. 3–48.

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Iguchi, Yasushi (2001), Gaikokujin rōdōsha shinjidai (A new Era of foreign labor), Tokyo: Chikuma Shinsho. Jansen, Marius B. (2000), The Making of Modern Japan, Cambridge, MA and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

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Kashiwazaki, Chikako (2011), 'Internationalism and Transnationalism: Responses to Immigration in Japan', in Vogt, Gabriele and Glenda S. Roberts (ed.), Migration and Integration – Japan in Comparative Perspective, Munich: iudicium, pp. 41–57.

Kerr, George H. (2000), Okinawa. The History of an Island People, Boston, MA et al.: Tuttle.

Kibe, Takashi (2011), 'Immigration and Integration Policies in Japan: At the Crossroads of the Welfare State and the Labour Market', in Vogt, Gabriele and Glenda S. Roberts (eds.), Migration and Integration – Japan in Comparative Perspective, Munich: iudicium, pp. 58–71.

Komai, Hiroshi (2001), Foreign Migrants in Contemporary Japan, Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press.

Kōno, Tarō (2-20-2006), Vize-Justizminister im Interview mit der Autorin in Tokio. (Vice Minister of Justice in an interview with the author [Gabriele Vogt])

Le Bail, Hélène (2011), 'Integration of Chinese Students into Japan’s Society and Labour Market', in Vogt, Gabriele and Glenda S. Roberts (ed.), Migration and Integration – Japan in Comparative Perspective, Munich: iudicium, pp. 72–88.

Liu-Farrer, Gracia (2012), 'Ambiguous Concepts and Unintended Consequences: Rethinking Skilled Migration in View of Chinese Migrants’ Economic Outcomes in Japan', in ASIEN, The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, No. 124 (July 2012), pp. 159–179.

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MIAC, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (2006), “Tabunka kyōsei suishin puroguramu” no teigen. Chiiki ni okeru geikokujin jūmin no shien chisaku nit suite (Suggestion for a “Program to foster a multicultural coexistence”. On the measures of the districts to support foreign citizens.) http://www.soumu.go.jp/menu_news/s-news/2006/060307_2.html (accessed 9-24-2009).

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MOJ, Ministry of Justice (2012b), Heisei 23nen ni okeru nanmin ninteishasūtō ni tsuite (Refugee applications 2011), http://www.moj.go.jp/nyuukokukanri/kouhou/nyuukokukanri04_00021.html (Zugriff am 18.9.2012).

MOJ, Ministry of Justice (2011a), Heisei 22nen hatsu “Shutsunyūkoku kanri” Nihongo hatsu. Shiryō (2010 edition “Checks of entry and departure”, Japanese version, data), http://www.moj.go.jp/content/000058060.pdf (accessed 9-18-2012).

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Japan – Statistical Yearbook 2012
http://www.stat.go.jp/english/data/nenkan/index.htm

Ministry of Justice
http://www.moj.go.jp/ENGLISH/index.html

Ministry of Justice/Bureau of Immigration
http://www.moj.go.jp/ENGLISH/IB/ib-01.html

Further Information

The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus
http://www.japanfocus.org/


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