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  • Summary Of Andrew Solomon's 'An Elephant Crackup'

    which then ends up producing a single idea of what normal is. Charles Siebert discusses the change of accepted normal human behavior towards elephants in his “An Elephant Crackup”. Whereas, Ethan Watters, wrote “The Mega-Marketing of Depression in Japan” to showcase how the norm for Japanese culture impacted many of its people in their mental distress. Lastly, “Son” by Andrew Solomon contributes to the…

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  • Reflection About The Job Interview With Pactera Consulting Japan

    Interview Reflection This paper describes the reflection about the job interview with Pactera Consulting Japan (https://en.pactera.com/) , and it is divided into three parts, which are reflections about preparations, interviews themselves, and post-interview follow-up. First of all, I found this position on the Japanese job search website. Since I was primarily considering to work in Japan, this is the best way to look for the available position. At this point, I was cautiously use several…

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  • Honda Car Case Study

    Buyer Behavior for Honda Civic Sedan Car Why do Consumers buy a car or any product? We use the following simple Consumer buying model outlined by William and David to analyze why consumers may be driven to buy a Honda Civic Sedan car (Winer and Dhar, 2011): Consumer Buying Behavior Model The model can be divided into 5 main parts: 1. Need recognition 2. Search for alternatives 3. Evaluation of alternatives 4. Purchase and use of the product 5. Post purchase evaluation and feedback We discuss…

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  • Influence Of Starbucks In Taiwan

    Understanding the customer Chu Chieh Kao Hult International Business School External Influences On Consumer Behavior in Taiwan In Taiwan consumers are loyal to brands, especially Japanese products are the most frequently bought, the Taiwanese are very attentive to prices, second important thing is quality and sales service are the other main considerations regarding the consumers’ behavior. The Taiwanese consumer is faithful to brands, consumers are plugged into global consumer trends, Taiwan…

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  • The Little Green Monster Analysis

    Most of Marukami’s fictional stories exemplify patriarchy in Japan, during which his female characters are positioned as objects for the subjectivity of males. The women used in Murakami ‘sworks are not empowered by feministic views; thus, the female subjects do not stand up for their own well-being. Throughout Haruki Marukami’s stories, female characters are used to represent the realities that several females faced in contemporary Japan, such as: isolation and seclusion, contradictive…

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  • East Asian History Course Analysis

    Throughout this course we have not only gained factual knowledge about East Asia but also a framework that we can use to understand other countries and cultures around the world. To consider ourselves global citizens, we must have an understanding of the world and the way it works. From learning about the history of East Asia, we now have a better understanding of why it works the way it does today, and that makes us less ethnocentric and more empathetic toward others. This course has allowed me…

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  • Relationship Between Portugal And Japan

    SLIDE 2: The first relationship between Portugal and Japan started in 1543. The first explorers were Portuguese traders António Mota, Francisco Zeimoto and António Peixoto. When the Portuguese explorers arrived they landed in the southern archipelago of Japan. They were the first Europeans to discover Japan and established a relationship and trade with it. This was called the Nanban trade. The Portuguese and Japanese relationship and trade found the port of Nagasaki in 1571, through the deal of…

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  • Decolonization Of Japan

    India are prime examples of this. While most of these countries came under the control of those powers, Japan was pretty much able to control who came in and out of the country and this allowed them to remain independent. Japan was populated with many clans, which would mean any western power that wanted to colonize Japan, would have to deal with each individual clan. Another reason that Japan would be difficult to colonize could’ve been…

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  • Cultural Negotiation

    leadership structure verses the western horizontal-egalitarian leadership structure (Lewicki, J.R., Saunders, D., & Barry, B., 2011). Kelly is a Canadian citizen and employed as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) by the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET) in Soto, Japan. A conflict occurs between Kelly and her Japanese supervisor, Mr. Higashi over the allocation of contractual leave entitlements. This discussion will address the development of the conflict between the JET staff and the…

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  • Diaoyu-Senkaku Island Dispute Analysis

    Realism As It Relates to the Diaoyu-Senkaku Island Dispute China and Japan; two of the most powerful countries in the world, clashing over 7 square kilometers of island space. While it may seem counterintuitive for two superpowers to fight over such a small amount of land, the reasons behind these actions are explicable by the Realist school of thought. The tensions at play here are occurring as a result of the inherent power struggle described by Realism, wherein actors are constantly…

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