Midway Honors, Honors in History
Date of Award
Henry J. Antkiewicz
Thesis Professor Department
Stephen G. Fritz, Phyllis Thompson
The purpose of this research is to explore the impact of America’s influence on Japanese women’s efforts to obtain equal rights. America’s role in various Japanese women’s rights groups and movements has been the subject of essays and theses in the past, yet the topic is generally centered specifically on the period during the American occupation following World War II in 1945. This paper aims to take a broader look at Japanese Women’s Rights efforts before and after the war to garner a better understanding of the ways in which the American influence aided in the development of the movement. Japanese women have fought for their rights without the aid of American influence, yet the relationship between the two has had benefits for both parties.
East Tennessee State University
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Tripp, Caitlin, "The American Impact on the Evolution of the Japanese Women’s Rights Movement" (2018). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 449. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/449
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