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タイトル
  • en Daburu Bind: Perceptions of the Speech of Mixed Race Japanese
その他のタイトル
  • ja Daburu Bind: Perceptions of the Speech of Mixed Race Japanese
作成者
    • Narain, Aarohi
権利情報
  • CC BY-NC-ND
内容注記
  • Other This paper will explore how the Japanese speech of partially or half Japanese people (hafu) is perceived by fully Japanese individuals. While scholarly work has addressed the ways in which the Japanese speech of foreigners is received, this paper will bring critical race studies into the fold and complicate the traditional dichotomous construction that positions Japanese against non Japanese. By locating hafu vis-a-vis the Japanese nation-state and normative constructions of Japanese identity (as monoethnic, monocultural, and monolingual), it will posit that hafu produce a complex subjectivity that unsettles the boundaries of the Japanese state. As a result, the speech of hafu is also subject to particular ideas about the Japanese racial order and cultural norms. Through an analysis of specific media moments, it will highlight how the speech of mixed race Japanese people is expected to be both foreign and familiar, at once erudite and yet somehow deficient. Hafu are commonly questioned about their Japanese speaking ability; they are expected to avoid using keigo and infuse English into their speech.
日付
    Created2019-08-21 , Issued2019-04
言語
  • eng
資源識別のタイプ departmental bulletin paper
出版タイプ NA
資源識別子 URI http://id.nii.ac.jp/1130/00004542/
収録誌情報
    • ISSN 2433-3883
      • ICU Working Papers in Linguistics(ICUWPL) = ICU Working Papers in Linguistics(ICUWPL) 6, 25-36
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