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U.S.-Japan Relations: The View from Both Sides of the Pacific. Part I, Episodes in the History of U.S.-Japan Relations: Case Studies of Conflict, Conflict Management & Resolution
This curriculum unit is the first part of a three-part series; it focuses on the theme of conflict. It introduces students to conflict on personal, group, international, and global levels and to basic conflict resolution/management alternatives. Students learn about six categories of conflict through the analysis of episodes in the history of U.S.-Japan relations.
Author/Creator: Mukai, Gary Corp Author Stanford Univ C. A. Stanford Program on International, Cross Cultural, Education
Author's address: Japan Project, Stanford Program on International and Cross Cultural Education, Institute for International Studies, Littlefield Center, Room 14, 300 Lasuen Street, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5013; Tel: 800-578-1114 (Toll Free).
Date Published: 00-00
Notes: Connect to the catalog at the library of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
For Part II and III of the series, see SO 031 174-175. Contributing authors were Katherine Borden, Tarrant Mahony, and Miwako Ogawa. Funding for this project was provided by International Business Communications, Inc., on behalf of the International Business Communications Council, and the Stanford East Asia National Resource Center./ Funding: Consulate of Japan, San Francisco, CA./ Audience: Practitioners/ Teachers
EDRS: EDRS Price MF01 Plus Postage. PC Not Available from EDRS.
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