Women's rights are human rights that should be emphasized across the globe. The sexual slavery system that the Japanese Imperial army put in place during World War II, commonly known as 'comfort women,' is now getting international attention. 50 years after the war ended, survivors and former 'comfort women' are now raising their voice and telling their stories. This research paper focuses on the issue of shame culture and how it drives the internal conflict between Japanese-Americans and Korean-Americans today and how this long conflict effects generations today.
"Uncomfortable "Comfort Women:" Examining shame culture and the internal conflict between Japanese-Americans and Korean-Americans regarding the comfort women issue,"
Pepperdine Journal of Communication Research: Vol. 6, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/pjcr/vol6/iss1/4