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1 People of Japanese Heritage
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3 Macro Aspects of Model Global society WW II Kamikaze pilots Geishas Delicate art Technology Sushi
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5 Macro Aspects of Model Community Family Person Ethnic purity Health
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8 Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Heritage and Residence 1200 miles of islands Varied climate Migration and Economics In US migrated to commercial and educational centers 1890-1920, Hawaii & Pacific coast ~6,000 new immigrants/year
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12 Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Educational Status and Occupations Near 100% literacy 6 years English in school Sat. & cram schools 40% higher degrees > self improvement In US, highly educated
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14 Communication Language and dialects Japanese, indigenous Ainu with own language Contextual use of the language Customize to social status and gender, males coarse, females genteel Few intimates Social banter before business
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15 Communication Contextual use of the language Group cohesiveness, reticent to say no Face & saving face, role of shame “Belly talk” Avoid presenting choices
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16 Communication Touch and spatial distance Few gestures, > control body language PDA - taboo Time and temporality Past & future oriented Punctual
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17 Communication Greetings Smiling to mask embarrassment Avoid prolonged eye contact Traditional bow when first meet Shake hands Exchange business cards Family name first, then individual Suffix –san added to names Sensei (master) term of respect
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18 Family Roles and Organization Head of Household and Gender Roles Nuclear Wives in charge of finances Husbands thought incapable of caring for self Role of wife & mother dominant 40% < 30 yrs, unmarried Focus on child’s education
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20 Family Roles and Organization Head of Household and Gender Roles Domestic violence When children are reared, women volunteer Conflicts between American and traditional values
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21 Family Roles and Organization Prescriptive, Restrictive & Taboo Behaviors for Children &
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course NURS 226 taught by Professor Fuller during the Spring '09 term at South Carolina.

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