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With Respect to the Japanese: A Guide for Westerners (Interact Series) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Juni 1983

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  • Taschenbuch: 110 Seiten
  • Verlag: Intercultural Pr Inc (Juni 1983)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0933662491
  • ISBN-13: 978-0933662490
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14,4 x 0,7 x 21,9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 632.435 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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A Sensitive Japan/U.S. Cross-Cultural Study
Unexpected difficulties (and opportunities) are encountered when people from different cultures live, work, and socialize together. This book describes the behaviors that may be encountered when Americans intereact with the Japanese, the reason for the behaviors, and suggestions for dealing with them. Readers discover what will embarrass, motivate, irritate, and earn the respect of the Japanese with whom they are trying to communicate.

Experienced Japanese and American business personnel and diplomats have learned that the road to success in working together lies in a careful study and genuine understanding of each other's values, priorities, and practices.

Dr. Condon examines the critical elements of Japanese culture which affect the way Japanese and Americans perceive and react to each other, and offers concrete guidelines for establishing effective relationships. Condon, who currently teaches intercultural communication at the University of New Mexico, lived and worked in Japan for ten years as a professor of communication at International Christian University and as a cross-cultural consultant. He is the author of a number of books, including the currently out-of-print but highly respected AN INTRODUCTION TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION, with Fathi Yousef.

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Dr. John Condon is a cross-cultural communication specialist who has lived in Japan and studied Japanese culture extensively. Dr. Condon teaches at the University of New Mexico and is the author of a number of highly regarded books, including An Introduction to Intercultural Communication (with Fathi Yousef) and Good Neighbors.

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I work at a Japanese Company and recently participated in across-cultural learning class. This book was provided as apre-requisite to the class. I was able to get more out of this book than any other book on this subject that I had previously read. The book explains how children are raised in the Japanese Environment, their belief/value system, and how that translates into their eventual adult/working life environment. I have recommended this book to both people inside my company and Companies I deal with on a daily basis. It has taken some of the "mystery" out of the Japanese Culture for me.
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I have already recommended this book to others I work with! 12. August 1999
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I work at a Japanese Company and recently participated in across-cultural learning class. This book was provided as apre-requisite to the class. I was able to get more out of this book than any other book on this subject that I had previously read. The book explains how children are raised in the Japanese Environment, their belief/value system, and how that translates into their eventual adult/working life environment. I have recommended this book to both people inside my company and Companies I deal with on a daily basis. It has taken some of the "mystery" out of the Japanese Culture for me.
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An Interesting Look At Japanese Culture 28. April 2002
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Format: Taschenbuch
Since I am going to Japan this summer, I have taken many interests to different books about the country. This one in particular was a wonderful read because it wasn't just "Hey, this is how it works in Japan." It was more of a comparrison to the Japanese lifestyle to the American lifestyle. It also has feelings and oppinions from each culture. Like someone from Japan would state that Americans talk too much but then you would have someone from America say that the Japanese listen too much.
I found the book very helpful and I recommend it to anyone who is looking into Japan, working with a Japanese company or going over to Japan.
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The title of this book is deceptive in that once you read the inside cover, you discover that it wsa for Americans in the 1980's and that, in many ways, times have changed significantly. If you know nothing about the Japanese culture or people, this book is a decent start. But if you really want to know about protocol and today's Japanese, you will have to look elsewhere.
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Very good start 23. Januar 2010
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If you have never visited Japan before, and do not know any Japanese people personally then this book is a good start to understanding the vast differences between Westerners, specifically Americans, and the Japanese. I enjoyed how well it compares the two cultures with specific examples that are easy to relate to. Another reviewer said it is outdated however I have not found this to be true in my now numerous visits to Japan and working with them closely in a business environment for the last several years, but perhaps this comment could apply to anyone under age 25.
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Directed towards the businessman/woman 7. November 2007
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The book was not exactly what I thought it was going to be. It's great for anyone who is going to be doing business with the Japanese. Period. It gives you insight into how the Japanese view American bosses and coworkers and tells you behaviors and actions to avoid.
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