2 edition of cross-cultural comparison of preference for Korean, Japanese and Western landscape styles found in the catalog.
cross-cultural comparison of preference for Korean, Japanese and Western landscape styles
Written in English
|Statement||by Byoung-E Yang|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 181 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||181|
This collection of 28 essays can serve as a text in cross-cultural communication. The writers are senior seminar students at Ehime University in Matsuyama, Japan in a cross-cultural class. Each essay covers a different theme and is named by the Japanese word for the custom or cultural value/5. The overwhelming majority of Japanese belong to a single ethnic group. This created an identity that is very unique from the rest of the world. “Japanese culture is an amalgamation of Buddhism, Confucianism, Shintoism, and the Western way of thought.” (Tsalikis & Seaton, )The Japanese, by and large, are still unique and relatively isolated.
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The perception of landscape style: a cross-cultural compari- son. Landscape Urban Plann., The perception of landscape style has re- ceived little attention.
The present study ex- plores this in a cross-cultural context both with respect to the landscapes (Korean, Japanese and Western) and in terms of the individual samples.
A Cross-cultural Comparative Study of Requests Made in Chinese by South Korean and French Learners This study aims to examine the differences of pragmatic strategies of requests made in Chinese by South Korean and French learners, in comparison to those made by Chinese native speakers (CNS).Author: Jieqiong Ying, Gang Hong.
The Japanese ability to transact business in a professional manner is the result of centuries of experience, not a talent that the Japanese developed in the last forty years. The difference is apparent in the business practices of the two countries even today.
For example, the Korean and Japanese treat their customers in fundamentally different. A Comparison of Clothing Styles and Values of Korean and Japanese Youth Subcultures Korea and Japan are two countries in Asia with a long shared history and what seem from afar to be similar values, such as modesty, filial piety and diligence.
A cross-cultural comparison of preferences for landscape styles and landscape elements  Yang, B.E. (Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea) Brown, by: LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING ELSEVIER Landscape and Urban Planning 32 () Cultural variations in landscape preference: comparisons among Chinese sub-groups and Western design experts Kongjian Yu Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, MAUSA Accepted 5 October Abstract Twenty-eight Chinese groups (landscape architects, landscape Cited by: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Chinese and Japanese Communication Styles: Focusing on Small Group Discussion The Change in Space and Time of the Stage in Chinese Contemporary Drama Portraits of the Woman Warrior: Cultural Values in Disney and Chinese Stories of Mulan.
Guam is one of the most popular destinations among Korean and Japanese leisure travelers, the most active international travelers in Asia (see Table 1).Recent statistics issued by the Guam Visitors Bureau show that Japanese arrival numbers have been steadily recuperating in more recent years from a deep recess over the two-year period of –, as Table 1 by: Pollock & van Reken’s book describes the widely used profile of the TCK, and the implications of the third culture kid experience and for cross-cultural kids in general.
But if the TCK profile is only studied from their perspective then this study may fall victim to the implicit ethnocentrism in a Western conception of what a TCK is. Differences in sleep problems between Japanese and Chinese preschoolers: a cross-cultural comparison within the Asian region Article in Sleep Medicine 48 January with 51 Reads.
This dissertation traces a lost landscape tradition and investigates cross-cultural relationships between Korea, China and Japan during the fifteenth and mid sixteenth centuries.
To this end, the main research is given to Landscapes, a set of three hanging scrolls in. Caucasian and other races, he concluded that there was no cross-cultural difference in the preference for colors. Choungourian  reported the preferences of American, Lebanese, Iranian, and Kuwaiti univer-sity students in Beirut.
While red and blue ranked highest in preference value for the American subjects, those colors ranked lowest for File Size: KB. Culture and the Internet environment: Comparing complexity of designs among Canadian, American, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese Webpages.
Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Albuquerque, by: The Art and Life of Korean Poet Ko Un: Cross-cultural Communication.
Brother Anthony of Taizé (An Sonjae) Ko Un was born inwhich means that today he is nearer 80 than He is surely Korea's most prolific writer and he himself cannot say for sure how many books he has published in all. Cambridge Core - Social and Cultural Anthropology - Cross-Cultural Psychology - by John W.
BerryAuthor: John W. Berry, Ype H. Poortinga, Seger M. Breugelmans, Athanasios Chasiotis, David L. Sam. Culture and Aesthetic Preference: Comparing the Attention to Context of East Asians and Americans context-inclusive styles, whereas Western art has predominantly object-focused styles, and (b.
This dissertation traces a lost landscape tradition and investigates cross-cultural relationships between Korea, China and Japan during the fifteenth and mid sixteenth centuries. To this end, the main research is given to Landscapes, a set of three hanging scrolls in the Mōri Museum of Art in Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan.
Although Landscapes. Cross-cultural comparison of color preferences between English and Korean subjects. Choi, G. Soon, Oehlmann, R., Dalke, H. and Cottington, D. () Cross-cultural comparison of color preferences between English and Korean subjects. In: 6th International Workshop on Social Intelligence Design; 2 July - 4 July Judy Park/Cross-cultural Communication Vol.7 No.2, 57 analysis of current Korean and Japanese youth subculture clothing styles and reasons behind changes in youth subculture styles presented in this article reveals the values of Korean and Japanese youths today and their unique styles.
In anthropology, high-context culture and low-context culture is a measure of how explicit the messages exchanged in a culture are, and how important the context is in communication. High and low context cultures fall on a continuum that describes how a person communicates with others through their range of communication abilities: utilizing gestures, relations, body language, verbal messages.
A communication style is the way people communicate with others, verbally and nonverbally. It combines both language and nonverbal cues and is the meta-message that dictates how listeners receive and interpret verbal messages. Of the theoretical perspectives proposed to understand cultural variations in communication styles, the most widely cited one is the differentiation between Cited by: 3.Also factor analysis and cluster analysis indicated some relation between color preference and the subjects' life styles.
Dual scaling analysis of the results of Surveys 2 and 3 indicated that each Asian area has unique color preference tendencies and that there are statistically significant differences in the frequency of selection of colors Cited by: Book description Language, our primary tool of thought and perception, is at the heart of who we are as individuals.
Languages are constantly changing, sometimes into entirely new varieties of speech, leading to subtle differences in how we present ourselves to others.