Palauan children under Japanese rule

their oral histories by Maki Mita

Publisher: National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka

Written in English
Published: Pages: 274 Downloads: 149
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 258-261) and indexes.

StatementMaki Mita
SeriesSenri ethnological reports -- 87, Senri ethnological reports -- 87.
LC ClassificationsDU780 .M58 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 274 p. :
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24569776M
ISBN 104901906720
ISBN 109784901906722
LC Control Number2010371528

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Contains the oral histories of children from the following Palauan families: Akitaya Albedul Antonio Asanuma Belesam Debesol Etumae Franz Giraked Ierago Ilengelkei Iyar Katosang Kawai. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month He could interview people who had lived under the German rule (ended in ), in the Japanese period () and then under American navy administration.

He administered various psychological tests devised Palauan children under Japanese rule book by: Please note that does not now, nor will ever, make any money from these purchases; all of the money used to purchase these books goes directly to the printing company Some additional reading such as smaller Palauan language documents and academic linguistic articles can be found on our links page.

is proud to have restored and republished these Palauan language books. Palauan Children under Japanese Rule. ByMaki Mita. Published 4/27/ Chimol Rubak ma Daob.

ByErnest Hemingway. Published 1/15/ Cheldecheduch er a Belau. ByMasaharu Tmodrang. Published 10/18/ There is a small Japanese community in the Pacific Island country of Palau, which mainly consists of Japanese expatriates residing in Palau over a long-term basis.

A few Japanese expatriates started to reside in Palau after it gained independence inand established long-term businesses in. United States between and Japanese rule led both to mass migration to the Palauan islands by Japanese workers and considerable Japanese-Palauan bilingualism on the part of the native Palauans.

The arrival of American colonisers inhowever, halted the expansion of a Japanese speech community, and. A collection of oral histories of these children called Palauan Children under Japanese Rule: Their Oral Histories as compiled by Maki Mita in The anthropological reports of the German anthropologist Augustin Krämer from Under the terms of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, the Empire of Japan declared war on the German Empire in and invaded German colonial empire in the Pacific was seized by ships of the Imperial Japanese the war, the League of Nations awarded Palau to Japan as a Class C League of Nations Mandate.

Japan incorporated the islands as an integral part of its empire. which along with Chamorro (Mariana Islands) is considered separate from the other Micronesian and Pacific languages grouped under the label "Oceanic." English and Palauan are official languages; elders also read and speak Japanese.

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Palauan men praise women and state with pride, "Women are strong; men are weak." But men do the planning and make the decisions. This is no more strange to a Palauan than the fact that many children whose biological parents are still alive are adopted many times, and that material advantage should accrue from these transactions to several kinsmen of the child/5(4).

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on the fabric of Palauan society. The long twentieth century witnessed especially substantial transformation. The territory had officially been Spanish sincebut the islands were under effective Spanish colonial rule only from –; under German colonial rule from –; under Japanese colonial rule from –.

Palau has been under four different flats during the last sixty years, but the last two decades of Japanese rule produced the most serious acculturational effect. One of the purposes of this report is to record and interpret the effects of foreign impact on one aspect of Palauan economic life - that of native money.

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