Author Archives: MIKAKO SAKAMA

Journal 4

In this journal, I’d like to talk about our visit to church and religion in Japan. Our group went to the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalist Church. Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion characterized by a free and responsible search for truth … Continue reading

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Journal 3

In order to understand modern America, it is important to see consumption from a different perspective. Consumption is strongly related to identity and citizenship, which we don’t usually notice in our daily lives. I’d like to take American women in … Continue reading

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Journal 2

Race relations in the US are so complicated that we have to consider them from various points of view. Especially, the Richmond Confederate statues are controversial and I’d like to investigate this problem in comparison to the issue of the … Continue reading

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Journal 1

In order to think about American culture we must think about socio-economic diversity. Socio-economic means that the combination or interaction of social and economic factors, and social-economic diversity is mostly determined by status, such as who you know, financial wealth, … Continue reading

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