Okinawa's GI brides: their lives in America

TitleOkinawa's GI brides: their lives in America
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsCrissey, Etsuko Takushi
Series EditorSteve Rabson Affiliation: Brown University
Number of Pages150
PublisherUniversity of Hawai'i Press
CityHonolulu
Abstract

Former Okinawa Times reporter Etsuko Takushi Crissey traveled throughout their adopted country, conducting wide-ranging interviews and a questionnaire survey of women who married and immigrated between the early 1950s and the mid-1990s. She concentrates especially on their experiences as immigrants, wives, mothers, working women, and members of a racial minority. Many describe severe hardships they encountered. In Okinawa's GI Brides, Crissey presents their diverse personal accounts, her survey results, and comparative data on divorces―challenging the widespread notion that such marriages almost always fail, with the women ending up abandoned and helpless in a strange land. 

URLhttps://lccn.loc.gov/2016051175
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