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AbstractAlthough the idea of freedom has been well studied as an ideal in political philosophy, relatively little scholarship has focused on the human experience of freedom. Drawing on ethnographic research between 2012 and 2013, I examine how freedom was achieved by people who practice...
AbstractPrior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, Shinto shrines and kamidana (Shinto family altars) were a fixture in the lives of Japanese immigrants and their communities in the United States. However, after Pearl Harbor, Japanese-Americans, their communities and their religion were considered a...
AbstractThis is an ethnographic study of a group of Chinese students in Norway, and the ways in which their sojourns may be implemented for identity work. They speak of their home country in binary terms, juxtaposing it to the developed world. The areas in which they disparage China most are...
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