Departmental Bulletin Paper The Self-Perceived Identities of Adult Bilinguals raised in Japan

This paper examines the identity of eight bilingual adults raised partly in Japan. Their rich narratives outline their feelings about their own appearance, the necessity to prove their ownidentity, their exclusion from the group or community, their position as a bridge between their two cultures, and some celebrations or adversities they have experienced within their two cultures.

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