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Japan and the United States

by: Maxine Ondricka

Japan and the United States INR 3223

Maxine Ondricka
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Maxine Ondricka on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to INR 3223 at Florida International University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/221824/inr-3223-florida-international-university in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
Group Presentations on Japanese Culture INR 3223 Spring 2004 Each group of approximately 4 members 5 maximum should identify one element of Japanese or American national identity society or culture and explore its impact on US Japan relations The presentation will consist of two parts 1 an in class presentation of about 10 minutes and 2 a report to which each team member contributes 2 pages maximum The presentation will be evaluated collectively and may be conducted by one several or all of the group members It should give examples of the phenomenon under discussion and should make a clear argument about its effects It may be helpful to include audio visual materials in the presentation where appropriate There will be a brief question and answer session after each presentation The report should begin with a table of contents that clearly identifies the topic of each team member39s essays The essays will be graded individually but part of the group presentation grade will also depend on how well the essays work together to make a coherent argument Each team should also bring a 1 page handout including bibliography to be distributed to all class members All written work should be typed and double spaced the outline may be single spaced Each group report should be stapled together following the order of its table of contents and should not be placed in a folder or binder I m interested in your ideas not in how they re bound together Finally remember that it is mandatory that all class members attend all of the presentations not only those on the day when your team is presenting Possible topics include Com ensation to WWII quotcomfort womenquot Yas 39 39 e The truth amp symbolism of the Nanking Massacre The quothistoryquot problem and Japan39s relations with E Asia Food and Japanese identity Japan and the practice of whalin The impact of Japanese pop culture Hello Kitty Pokemon and beyond Japan as a quotnormalquot or quotuniquequot country American exceptionalism Japan quotthat can say noquot Political corruption the Yakuza and Sokaiya ls Japan39s political system culturally distinctive Are Japan39s economic ractices culturally distinctive Japanese culture and cijemocracy Do Japanese policies re ect quotAsian valuesquot Do American policies re ect quotWesternquot or quotProtestant valuesquot Do Japanese policies re ect hierarchical or Confucian values Japan and quotorientalismquot East or West Race and Japan39s or the United States39 foreign relations Religion and Japan39s or the United States39 foreign relations What is Japan39s proper role in the UN Finally remember that all material that is not original must be fully and properly cited Consult my website for a guide to proper citation formats


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