The American And Japanese Social System

The United States and Japan are very firm allies. On the security side, the United States and Japan are linked by a mutual security treaty. Despite all the attention in the press and negative attitudes toward Japan in Washington, particularly among government agencies that have to face the frustrations of Japans competitiveness, many American businessmen are doing very good business in Japan. The figures demonstrate this. Japan is Americas most important overseas trading partner, its most important agricultural consumer, and now a major investor in the United States( State, 4). Our interests require that we not just look at Japan but also at the economic vitality of all East Asia. ...

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closed one. Many Americans seem to feel that if the Japanese market is not like the US market, then it must be unfair. The Japanese have clearly perceived their national interest in trade terms and have organized themselves and disciplined themselves to do something about it.(State, 7) There are strengths and weaknesses in both the American and the Japanese social system
The Emperor of Japan descends from an Imperial House that has been more or less in direct succession for 1500 years. When the Portuguese, the Dutch, the Spanish and the British went out around the world creating colonies, Japan was hardly touched. We need to keep in mind also some simple facts. Japan is the most densely populated country in the world. It has the most educated population known to human history. The Japans are extremely orderly. Crime rates, for example, generally run about one tenth or ours and one half those in Europe.(State, 10) At the same time, when we Americans think of the Japanese as ...

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Americans tend to look on their interests and innovations as part of a developing universal culture pattern; many other nations do not. Many Japanese view Americans as unconsciously ethnocentric, and given the differences between the 2 social and political, systems, there has been a tendency for Americans to overestimate the unity of Japans policymakers.(State, 15) The substantial difference in the history, background and structure of the English and Japanese language compounds the difficulties of understanding between the two nations. Americans also suffer in their dealings with Japanese because English has long been a major world language. Some linguists suggest that Japanese ...

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