Transforming the Past: Tradition and Kinship Among Japanese Americans

@inproceedings{Yanagisako1985TransformingTP,
  title={Transforming the Past: Tradition and Kinship Among Japanese Americans},
  author={S. Yanagisako},
  year={1985}
}
1. The analysis of kinship change Part I. Marriage: 2. Issei marriage 3. Nisei marriage 4. The transformation of marriage Part II. Filial Relations: 5. Two generations of filial relations 6. The interpretation of filial relations Part III. Siblinghood and Kinship: 7. Issei siblings, Kazoku and Shinrui 8. Nisei siblings, family, and relatives 9. Conclusion: transforming the past Appendix Index. 
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