Japanese and Chinese Cultural Elements Essay by Master Researcher

Japanese and Chinese Cultural Elements
A discussion regarding the nature and culture of Japan and China.
# 89497 | 1,575 words | 8 sources | 2006 | US

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This paper discusses how for years, researchers have argued about the nature and character of Asian culture in general and that of Chinese and Japanese culture specifically, for various reasons. Though both countries are part of the collective Asian culture and all that that categorization implies: collectivistic, homogeneous, Confucian and industrious, they are also polarized differently from each other. The paper further discusses how in this respect, it is paramount to examine each market differently, or rather, from a different perspective. For Japan, it is perhaps best to examine from a socio-cultural point of view. In Japan it is conformity to cultural folkways and mores that are perhaps more problematic since it is a democratically run economy with constitutionally supported civil rights.

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