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Author Fujiwara, Aya
Title Ethnic Elites and Canadian Identity : Japanese, Ukrainians, and Scots, 1919-1971
Imprint Winnipeg : University of Manitoba Press, 2012
©2012
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (273 pages)
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Series Studies in Immigration and Culture Ser. ; v.7
Studies in Immigration and Culture Ser
Note Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Acronyms -- Introduction -- Three Groups and T heir Historiographies -- The Notion of the "Mainstream" and Ethnic Boundaries -- Organization and T hemes -- Scope and Limitations -- Chapter 1 - Changing Ethnic Profiles: Scots, Ukrainians, and Japanese -- The Era of Segregation and Alienation -- The Era of Assimilation and Integration -- Chapter 2 - The Consolidation of Ethnic Boundaries and the Rise of the Mosaic -- Ethnic Elites and the Crystallization of Ethnic Communities -- Dual Loyalty and Embryonic Multiculturalism -- Homeland Myths and Symbols and the Canadian Mosaic -- Chapter 3 - Increasing Tensions and the Wartime Mosaic -- Reinforcing the Ethnic Hierarchy: Mainstream Canada -- Conflicting and Unconflicting Loyalties: Between Homelands and Canada -- Bridging the Gap: Democracy and Ethnic Rights -- The Wartime Mosaic -- Chapter 4 - Democratic and Multicultural Citizenship -- Toward a New Canada: Canadian Democracy and Citizenship -- Tying Ethnic Causes to Canadian Democracy and Citizenship -- Toward Multiculturalism -- Searching for a Cause -- Chapter 5 - The Canadianization and Ethnicization of Myths, Collective Memories, and Symbols -- Homeland Myths and Symbols -- Crystallization of Canadian Ethnic Myths, Symbols, and Histories -- Region and Identity -- Chapter 6 - Ethnic Movements and the Road to Multiculturalism -- Defining Canadian Multiculturalism: Ukrainian Leadership and Priorities -- Making Multiculturalism Pan-Canadian: The Canadian Centennial -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Selected Bibliography -- Primary Sources -- Books -- Articles -- Archives -- Newspapers -- Government Publications -- Briefs -- Secondary Sources -- Books -- Articles -- Conference Presentations -- Theses -- Index
Ethnic elites, the influential business owners, teachers, and newspaper editors within distinct ethnic communities, play an important role as self-appointed mediators between their communities and "mainstream" societies. In Ethnic Elites and Canadian Identity, Aya Fujiwara examines the roles of Japanese, Ukrainian, and Scottish elites during the transition of Canadian identity from Anglo-conformity to ethnic pluralism. By comparing the strategies and discourses used by each community, including rhetoric, myths, collective memories, and symbols, she reveals how prewar community leaders were driving forces in the development of multiculturalism policy. In doing so, she challenges the widely held notion that multiculturalism was a product of the 1960s formulated and promoted by "mainstream" Canadians and places the emergence of Canadian multiculturalism within a transnational context
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Link Print version: Fujiwara, Aya Ethnic Elites and Canadian Identity : Japanese, Ukrainians, and Scots, 1919-1971 Winnipeg : University of Manitoba Press,c2012 9780887557378
Subject Civic leaders - Political activity - Canada - History - 20th century
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