Trying to Preserve Ainu Culture in Japan

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Essay #: 071925
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Trying to preserve Ainu Culture in Japan: how have they fared relative to the Apache native-American tribes of the United States
The following paper is an analytical and comparative research essay on the contemporary or modern-day challenges of the Ainu minority in Japan and how the struggles and successes (and, sadly, even failures) of this tribe to maintain its cultural integrity and identity in Japan compares (favourably or unfavourably) with the efforts of the Apache native-American tribe in the United States to do the very same thing. What will become evident is that the Ainu have made great strides – particularly since the middle of the last decade – in securing some measure of respect for their indigenous culture and some measure of...
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