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Author Condon, John C.

Title With respect to the Japanese : going to work in Japan / John Condon and Tomoko Masumoto
Edition Second edition
Published Boston : Intercultural Press, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 118 pages) : illustrations
Contents Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- All I really need to know, they learned in Kindergarten -- The social order -- More than meets the eye: all about context -- Everyday communication -- In place -- About time -- Waiting for feedback -- On-the-job learning -- In sync with the rhythms of the year -- Going to work in Japan: seven suggestions -- Appendix: Some useful terms to know when going to work in Japan -- Additional resources -- Index
Summary Did you know there is a proper way to give and receive business cards in Japan? Westerners and the Japanese communicate daily in business, education and social settings; yet, our cultures and social norms are vastly different, which can cause unexpected miscommunication. In With Respect to the Japanese, a time-honored classic on Japanese culture, readers will discover how to interact successfully with the Japanese and, in the process, earn their respect. For decades, this book has been the authority for teaching Westerners how to better interact with Japanese culture. In this fully update
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 111-112) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Business communication -- Japan.
Intercultural communication -- Japan.
National characteristics, Japanese.
Japan -- Civilization.
Form Electronic book
Author Masumoto, Tomoko.
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