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Robert Moorehead is Associate Professor in the College of International Relations at Ritsumeikan University. In addition to the chapter in Language and Citizenship in Japan, he is also the author of “Ethnic Boundary Enforcers: Conceptualizing Japanese Teachers’ Treatment of Migrant Latino Parents” (Shakai Fukushi Kenkyū 9:77-87, click here for pdf), and “Teaching and Learning Across an Ethnic Divide: Peruvian Parents and a Japanese School” (Imin Kenkyū 3:89-104, click here for pdf). With his students, he also manages the blog JAPANsociology.