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Unformatted text preview: Janie Park Professor Fung ASA 001 Janet Kim Annotated Bibliography Nagata, Donna K. The Japanese American Internment: Exploring the Transgenerational Consequences of Traumatic Stress. Journal of Traumatic Stress, Vo.l 3, No. 1, 1990. Study presents the impact of the World War I I Japanese American impact of the lives that were most heavily affected. Data collected from third generation (Sensai) Japanese Americans; this article goes into depth of the impact of the internments regarding patterns of communication, knowledge about the internment, and attitudes about ethnic affiliation. Rostow, Eugene V. The Japanese American Casesa Disaster. The Yale Law Journal . This article analyzes the treatment of Japanese aliens and Japanese Americans after World War I I. As measures are undertook during the circumstances of war, this shows the treatment of Japanese Americans as most were already American citizens....
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