Nikkei Baseball Epub å Ebook

Nikkei Baseball Epub å Ebook


  • ebook
  • 210 pages
  • Nikkei Baseball
  • Samuel O Regalado
  • 04 June 2014
  • 9781299147911

1 thoughts on “Nikkei Baseball

  1. Trevor Raichura Trevor Raichura says:

    As an avid fan of Japanese baseball I was intrigued by this title How did the game come back to America with Japanese immigrants and what was their baseball community like?The author goes into great detail at times and talks about the different mentalities between first and second generation immigrants He also talked about some of the leagues and players However on the whole I felt the book was a little dry and didn't have a great narrative or anyone that I started to care about as I read on The main characters are not given much personality in my opinionJust as I was starting to become interested in some of the players talked about the book came to an end Don't be fooled by the percent completed number the final 13 of the book is references glossary indexes and so on


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Nikkei Baseball➣ [Epub] ➝ Nikkei Baseball By Samuel O Regalado ➭ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Nikkei Baseball examines baseball's evolving importance to the Japanese American community and the construction of Japanese American identity Originally introduced in Japan in the late 1800s baseball Nikkei Baseball examines baseball's evolving importance to the Japanese American community and the construction of Japanese American identity originally introduced in Japan in the late s baseball was played in the United States by Japanese immigrants first in Hawaii then San Francisco and northern California then in amateur leagues up and down the Pacific Coast For Japanese American players baseball was seen as a sport that encouraged healthy competition by imposing rules and standards of ethical behavior for both players and fans The value of baseball as exercise and amusement uickly expanded into something even important a means for strengthening social ties within Japanese American communities and for linking their aspirations to America's pastimes and America's promiseWith World War II came internment and baseball and softball played behind barbed wire After their release from the camps Japanese Americans found their reentry to American society beset by anti Japanese laws policies and vigilante violence but they rebuilt their leagues and played in schools and colleges Drawing from archival research prior scholarship and personal interviews Samuel O Regalado explores key historical factors such as Meji era modernization policies in Japan American anti Asian sentiments internment during World War II the postwar transition economic and educational opportunities in the s the developing concept of a distinct Asian American identity and Japanese Americans' rise to the major leagues with star players including Lenn Sakata and Kurt Suzuki and even managers such as the Seattle Mariners' Don Wakamatsu.