Cultural studies, Japan, France, education, work
Japan and France are two countries located on different continents. One is in Asia next to the Pacific Ocean and the other is located in occidental Europa bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea. Each country has its habits and lifestyles. There are many differences and similarities between these countries that we can notice precisely in the areas of education and work. So, what is the difference between Japan and France? Are there any similarities? What are they? The rest of the work will be focused on comparing and contrasting the two countries based on their education and work, showing how different and similar the two are.
[...] Contrasting Both of Japanese and French Japan and France have similarities in their education and work systems. Regarding education, both countries have free, mixed, and secular education in all schools. Flag saluting is applied in all schools in both countries. Regarding work, both countries have the same number of days of leave which is thirty-six. Health and car insurance are guaranteed in both countries. They have the same style of dressing which includes jackets, blazers, tuxedos, blouses, ties, and braces for men and jackets and dresses for women (Bibliblog. [...]
[...] Cultural studies - Comparing and contrasting Japan and France Comparative Essay Choose TWO different countries. Typically, this will be your home country and your ‘destination' country. Compare and contrast with how the cultural values and habits of each country have consequences in the areas of: • Education • Work Draw conclusions about how resemblance and dissimilarities the two countries are in these areas. Introduction Japan and France are two countries located on different continents. One is in Asia next to the Pacific Ocean and the other is located in occidental Europa bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea. [...]
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[...] All students must buy the uniform before coming to class (Learn Japanese 123, 2019). Secondary school takes a total of six years but in Japan undergraduate studies last four years. In contrast to Japan, the academic year in France begins in September and ends in June with the different habitual holidays, so nine or ten months of school courses. The French student goes to school five days of the week. In France, there is no uniform. All the students go to school in civilian clothes from pre-school to university, but different types of indecent clothes are forbidden. [...]
[...] Both countries use the French and English languages in the workplace. All things considered, these two countries have similarity in education and work area. In conclusion, we can argue that Japan and France have many similarities in the educational and business domains but unfortunately a pack of differences. Both countries have a mixture of flavours and rules that make their stories exciting. Following their cultures becomes entertaining when you find out their differences in thought, language, knowledge and way of working and leading. [...]
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