Japanese Female Professors in the United States: A Comparative Study in Conflict Resolution and Intercultural Communication
By: Masako Hamada (author)Hardback
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Japanese female professors are raised to be status conscious and conflict averse. This creates extraordinary confusion when they begin teaching American students. This book explains not only how to deal with the conflict in this particular case, but it also describes problems in cross-cultural communication.
Dr. Hamada is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Japanese Program at Villanova University.
Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; I. Japanese Women: Language, Culture, and Communication; II. Research; III. Summary of Survey Responses; IV. Results of the Analysis of the Data; V. Summaries of the Interviews; VI. Findings; VII. Conclusion: Suggestions and Implications; Conclusion; Appendices:; A. The Survey; B. Survey Responses Categorized into Themes; C. Group-by-Group Scores on the Five Styles of Handling Conflict Resolution; References; Index.
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