This textbook is intended for learners who have mastered basic grammars and expressions in Japanese, and want to increase vocabulary for more sophisticated speech. While reading this text, readers will learn many facts about Japanese people and society concerning the introduced topics such as their education system, family life, etc. However, the intention is not only for the readers to have that knowledge but also to think about the cause and effect of those phenomena. Readers must find both common and different facts between Japanese society and the one they are familiar with. Why do Japanese people think differently from others? What problems could be caused by this uniquely formed society? From the instuctor's point of view, the goal of the course using this text would be for learners to be able to explain and express their own opinions about Japan.
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Book Description Learning Solutions, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0072870257