Yuzuru J Takeshita

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The psychological reactions of 2nd-generation (Nisei) Japanese Americans to receiving redress from the U.S. government for the injustices of their World War II internment were investigated. The respondents, all of whom had been interned during the war, rated the degree to which the receipt of redress nearly 50 years after their incarceration was associated(More)
The data for this study are from the 1974 Malaysian Fertility and Family Survey. The analysis focuses on the responses given by about 6000 women to the question whether they would approve or disapprove of induced abortion under each of the following conditions: poor health, contraceptive failure, unwanted pregnancy, lack of finances, rape, and unmarried(More)
The purpose of this pilot study was to compare the psychosocial distress of Japanese auto workers with that of the American employees working in a Japanese managed plant, to describe mediating factors related to their distress, and recommend interventions. Japanese and American workers and spouses responded to five questionnaires and two open ended(More)
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