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Lost In Translation

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angelika masajlo

on 27 November 2014

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Transcript of Lost In Translation

vs.
vs.
Introduction
Japanese
Power
-Famous American actor past his prime
-Visiting to shoot a lucrative whisky commercial
Communication
High-context
Masculinity
Japan scores extremely high on masculinity dimension
Lost
Quiz Time & Questions
Arigato
"Wa"
Shinto
Buddhism
Confucianism
Zen
Japan's power distance is
The picture shows just how advanced Japan really is
Individualism
Although Japan scores high on masculinity, they are very group minded and family oriented
Culture
Bob
Charlotte
Traditional Modern
Overcame culture shock by finding
comfort & familiarity
within each other
Mainly physical & psychological changes
Psychological & emotional aspects
in
Translation
in
Translation
By:
Angelika Masajlo,
Chetan Sahni,
Haley Plomp &
Larissa Velasco
Lost
- University grad
-Accompanying her husband for work assignment
Tokyo, Japan
Bob Harris
Charlotte
Setting:
Distance
e.g. Photography Scene
Relationship
Low-context
Rule-based
compared to
the United States
higher
Shock
Femininity
&
The Japanese value competition & achievement
Charlotte
Bob
&
Culture
harmony & balance
Influences
Achieving "wa" in every aspect of their lives
Comprehend the High Context communication style (patience, silence, interpersonal relationship, exchanging business cards)
Recommendations
"The nail that sticks out
gets hammered down"
- Japanese Proverb
Understand the modernization vs traditionalism contrast in the Japanese society
1.
2.
Collectivism
&
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