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    Project essay December 16, 2015 The Macroeconomics of Japan While Japan’s economy may be contracting, the unemployment rate has lowered to 3.1 percent in October which came down from the 3.4 percent that is was at in January of 2015. The lowest value since July of 1995, but as the number of unemployment has declined sharply and employment has rose. The average of unemployment was 2.7 which was set in 1953. The unemployment rate for Japan is reported by the Minister of Internal Affairs and Communication

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    Japan unlike many other countries has thrived on globalization. Japanese companies have investments all over the world, Japan exports modern technology such as new and innovative vehicles, and Japan’s people tourist in many iconic places outside of their country. But at the same time, globalization is hurting Japan. Globalization in Japan has led the country into issues with pollution. An overflow of waste incineration sites and construction, and also the butchery of Whales. These matters have steered

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    Japan 's Impact On Japan

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    Introduction: The 2011 Japan Earthquake was one of the most destructive earthquakes that the area had experienced in centuries. Earthquakes regularly impact Japan due to the nearby subduction zone under the northwestern Pacific Ocean. This is where the Pacific and North American tectonic plates meet, which ultimately causes frequent seismic activity. The 2011 earthquake is the 5th largest recorded since 1900 worldwide, and is classified as a 9.0 reverse fault mega-thrust earthquake (Mantanle 823)

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    day’s a survey conducted by the Japan Times has found that `40 percent of both men and women in their 20s to 40s believe husbands should work full time while their wives stay at home`. (Japan times 2014) Also, a number of male and female respondents answered that they believe women should focus on parenting when their children are very young and so no work. This survey clearly shows how ingrained concepts of male and female roles are in Japan. The reasons why Japan has this type of role is there is

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    Japan Essay

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    Japan Table of Contents I. Geography a.) Land b.) Climate c.) Vegetation d.) Population and Culture e.) Natural Resources and Land Usage II. History a.) Post WWII-Present III. Economics IV. Politics and Government V. Military VI. International Relations VII. International Appeal The island of Japan (145,826 sq. mi.) is located in the North Pacific Ocean. It is bounded by on the north by the Sea of Okhotsk, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the Pacific

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    The Korea and Japan

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    : Japan VS Korea Introduction The topic that I choose for the presentation is Japan vs Korea. These 2 countries are near to each other. Japan is in the continent of Asia. Its country is made up of many islands. Since the sun rises in the east, Japan is often called "The Land of The Rising Sun. "The Japanese refers to their country as "Nippon" or Nihon" which means "source of the sun". The Japanese flag represents a red sun on a white background. The capital of Japan is

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    Geography Of Japan

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    Japan Japan is made up of four main islands surrounded by four-thousand other small islands! This country is filled up with everything ranging from food to weather, an economy. Japan is a country where climate, ancient culture, and constitutional monarchy fit into one place. Japan is located in

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    Medieval Japan

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    Education in Medieval and Modern Day Japan “Education breeds confidence. Confidence breeds hope. Hope breeds peace,”(12 famous Confucius quotes on education and learning, 1). This quote is a good representation of the benefits of education. In medieval Japan, education started to take center stage. First, this essay will focus on why education was needed at that time. Second, it will state how it transformed over many centuries. Finally, it will provide information of education’s impact on society

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    Syncretism In Japan

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    paper answers the following question: How have Shintoism, Buddhism and Christianity affected Japanese society and culture along with how they contributed to what can be observed in Japan today. Through this paper, the impact of syncretism observed throughout the three main religions on the society and culture of modern Japan will be discussed. The three religions analyzed in this

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    Japan Women

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    solely about Japan and China, assumed as “early modern” in this specific context, and the position of women, particularly prostitutes, within them. Drawn from Amy Stanley’s Selling Women and Matthew H. Sommer’s Sex, Law, and Society in Late Imperial China, it addresses the differences and similarities between the women of China and Japan in sex trade to elaborate how women were subject to the gendered order along socio-economic changes. At the first glance, women in China and Japan in the early

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