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Ellington, Lucien – Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2003
The Big Mac can be effective tool in helping students achieve a better understanding of Japan. It can defeat Orientalist stereotypes about the Japanese--and also challenge young people who might have oversimplified notions of what exactly occurs when U.S. fast food chains take root in another culture. Many deride McDonald's as a villain…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Misconceptions, Food Service, Corporations
Feiler, Bruce – Teacher Magazine, 1991
U.S. teacher recounts his experiences in a Japanese school. He found that Japanese students respected their teachers more than their mothers. Students and teachers formed profound attachments, and teachers encouraged students to develop strong moral values. (SM)
Descriptors: Family Influence, Foreign Countries, Junior High Schools, Moral Values