Unquenchable Enthusiasm for the American Way and American Life: Prescribing, Promoting, and Praising Conservative Values of Japanese Americans During Internment
Semester of Graduation
Master of Arts (MA)
This thesis examines two Japanese American newspapers, the Heart Mountain Sentinel and the Rocky Shimpo, during World War II—specifically the period of Japanese Internment. This study examines articles from these two publications on topics including loyalty, patriotism, the war effort, resettlement, and race relations in order to illustrate that the Japanese American editorial staffs expressed their conservatism through these newspapers. Through these articles, the Japanese American newspaper staff promoted principle beliefs of conservative nationalism, economic conservatism, and social conservatism.
Credeur, Kallie Nycole, "Unquenchable Enthusiasm for the American Way and American Life: Prescribing, Promoting, and Praising Conservative Values of Japanese Americans During Internment" (2018). LSU Master's Theses. 4626.