ANT 3150 Nov. 9 - Japanese Culture from the Outside Out...

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Japanese Business Culture, slide 1 November 9, 2009 Japanese Culture from the Outside Out
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 2 November 9, 2009 Purpose of this lecture To understand how distinctive Japanese  cultural traits have affected the manner in  which the Japanese do business.
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 3 November 9, 2009 Historical Influences Chinese origins Confucianism and Buddhism Shinto Tokugawa society The Meiji  restoration The American occupation
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 4 November 9, 2009 Japanese Culture on the Surface Restraint Syncretism Group orientation Westernization
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 5 November 9, 2009 Dominant Value Orientations Particularism Hierarchy Other-directedness Dependence as a sociological fact as an emotional state
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 6 November 9, 2009 Giri and On The meanings of indebtedness Obligation Various expressions
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 7 November 9, 2009 Kao -- Personal Honor Honor and shame Losing and saving face Tatamae and honne Obligations of the kohai
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 8 November 9, 2009 Wa Forms of harmony Harmonization of particulars Relationship to: syncretism animism high context
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Japanese Business Culture, slide 9 November 9, 2009 The Concept of Amae Dependence and independence The meaning of dependence in 
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  • Spring '08
  • Smtih
  • Anthropology, japan, 1918, Japanese Business Culture, Japanese business practices

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