Bias and preposterous assumptions about a foreign society are a detriment to the image of that society. Creating a burden to the future comprehension of said society. Doctor David C. Unger, former foreign affairs editorial writer for the New York Times, has stated and debunked said stereotypes in his editorial titled Faces of Japan. In it, Unger argues that Japanese stereotypes are utterly incorrect and the presumptions surrounding Japanese culture are outdated.
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Japan, Past and Present When I think of Japan and its people, I think of geishas, elaborate festivals, and its age old customs. Japan is a modern country that has moved towards democracy and is today one of the strongest economies in the world. And though history plays a major role in Japanese culture, it has truly evolved into a country that keeps up with an ever changing world. In the s the USA was the leading producer of oil in the world. The industrial strength of America is probably the most important cause of the economic boom. It allowed
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TMU […]. When we compare two countries, we would see some differences. As you may know, the United States and Japan are in contrast as the two countries have different characteristics. Can you imagine what kind of differences you see?
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