• Japan 2 Japanese Society
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    Chronicles of Japan Japan is one of the world's leading industrial and trading nation and the first Asian nation to develop economy. Japan is the East Asian mainland to receive the stimulation of foreign ideas. There were chronicles of Japan in ancient time. One of the ruler, Shotoku, introduced to Japan various cultural element borrowed from the Chinese. He ruled briefly. Knowledge of Shotoku's constitution came from the Nibongi and it was one of Japan's two oldest collections of legend and his...
  • Social Change In Japan
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    The Japanese culture has allowed for very little diversity. This started very early in their history. The social controls used to eliminate diversity are the family, the power of gender, the poor treatment of minority groups, the corporate Japanese mentality, and the respect required by people in authority. However, due to globalization and the shrinking of the world, Japanese society is starting to make the change to diversity. The individualistic mentality shared by the new technology driven ...
  • The Spread Of Christianity To Japan
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    Christianity In Japan[Name of the writer][Name of the institution]Christianity in Japan Japan has been a home for Shinto and Buddhist religions for centuries. The Christian missionaries during the 16 th, 19 th and 20 th centuries worked hard to evangelize the Japanese nation but could not get desired success. There efforts in past failed partly due to sanctions imposed by the local rulers. The Jesuits missionaries traveled with Spanish and Portuguese traders to many areas of America and Asia-Pac...
  • Japan Educational System
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    Education in Japan Education is very important to the success of any country. Japan is a country that has an effective educational system. Through selective borrowing and reforms from the American occupation after World War II, Japan's educational system has created one of the most highly educated society in the world. In this essay, I will describe the evolution of the Japanese educational system and compare modern Japan's system with the United States'. Japan always had a strong emphasis in ed...
  • Effects Of World War Ii On Jap
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    Effects of World War II on Japan World War II drastically affected the Japanese culture, economics, and politics. Japan is considered one of the most important and powerful countries in the modern world but this accomplishment has been reached by a lot of work and changes made in the Japanese society. During World War II the destruction of Japanese cities and the death of a lot of Japanese people caused them to change their in their system of politics and foreign policy. The changes made in Japa...
  • Employment System Japanese Japan World
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    Japan On Its Way To Be The World's Largest Economy Japan has performed a miracle. The country's economic performance following its crushing defeat in World War II is nothing short of astounding. The economic expansion of Japan is second to none. All of the elements are in place for Japan to continue increasing its share of the world's wealth as America's gradually declines. The country is on track to becoming the world's largest economy. How did Japan do it? There are many theories and studies ...
  • Japanese Society Kaname World Traditional
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    Megan Saliva Alternative Calendars 9 November 1999 Existence in a World Divided Lurking in the mystery of the Orient (Tanizakis 20) lies the images and beauty created by shadows. It is this traditional essence which is being replaced and forgotten as westernized culture and morality sprout their roots in the Japanese society. Tanizakis specifically examines this idea of clashing cultures in the essay In the Praise of Shadows, and indirectly and symbolically reveals this concept through the chara...
  • Japan Social Aspects Japanese Home
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    The Japanese culture is unlike any other in the world. It has long been known for it's excellence in education and it's strong background of family and religion. The Japanese way of life is an assortment of art, literature, music and more; it is nothing short of spectacular. I will explain about some of the different aspects of the Japanese life style as well as take a cultural look into the life of the Japanese. Finding a place to live in Japan isn't easy. Limited supply and high demand result...
  • Feudalism European Japanese Social
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    Feudalism Feudalism is a type of social, political, and military system in which when rich aristocrats or nobles give money, land, or a place to live to the members of lower social classes. In return, these peasants had to provide goods or services to the aristocrat. The system of feudalism, which lasted in Europe between 400 and the 1200 s and Japan from around 710 to 1500 was mainly used in Europe and Japan. However, European and Japanese feudalism varied greatly. Although the basic idea of fe...
  • Essay About Business Negotiation With Japanese
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    Negotiating with the japanese american corporations wishing to enter into virtually any type of relationship-ground leases, sales or transfer of ownership of facilities-with a japanese company must overcome several formidable barriers in their dealings with the japanese. This article will acquaint the american reader with the vast differences in management thinking between westerners and japanese that occur as a result of basic cultural differences. Business visitors to japan are easily misled b...
  • Battle Royale Fukasaku Society Spectator
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    "All of them believed that they had used scientific analysis (called 'metanarrative' by some post modern theorists) of human development. All thought they could outline the future direction of social change" Haralambos, M. Sociology: Theme "All of them believed that they had used scientific analysis (called 'metanarrative' by some post modern theorists) of human development. All thought they could outline the future direction of social change" Haralambos, M. Sociology: Themes and Perspectives, ...
  • Class System Japan Tokugawa Japanese
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    In 1968, Japanese society went through a rapid change, a change quite unlike anything any other country has ever been through. Before 1868 the Japanese people were forced to live by harsh class systems that ensured that they could never be anything more than what was determined even before they were born. Essentially, they had no freedom and could only live by the strict rules forced upon them. After 1868 Japan had opened up trade relations with the rest of the world, their economy flourished an...
  • Japanese Police Yakuza Japan Society
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    The 'Yakuza' represents the institutions of organised crime which have been around for over 300 years in Japan. The group holds just as much power if not more than the US Mafia and is unlike any other organised crime formation. The Japanese underworld has a particular kind of acceptance within Japanese society. A tolerance which has come from historic and cultural reasons. The loose term of 'Yakuza' refers to a wide range of Japanese crime groups. The three largest groups today are the Kobe-base...