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Japanese culture and Hikikomori
Pages 33 (8283 words)
In a Japanese society, young people are pressured to do than what is expected from them in order to succeed. The paper tells about the Hikkikomori in relation to family, education, media influence on them, cross-country comparison of Hikikomori, and general support towards Hikikomorians…
It was found out that hikikomori is neither a disease nor an illness still the government is taking time to eliminate the occurrence of hikikomori. Although there are still similarities and tendencies with other countries but the occurrence of it in Japan is intense. The educational system of Japan is playing a big part in shaping the minds and lives of its people. Japan should be aware of that although it has been the practice ever since the visit of the missionaries.
Diversity and heterogeneity in businesses should come hand and hand to further meet the demands of other countries without sacrificing its people. Although some argues that Japan should go back into the basics the youth should be taught on how to interact with their peers. They should see that every person is diverse and has its own and unique characteristics so everyone should know about it. Learning other languages is one way of communicating with others and to keep away the shyness and low level of confidence. With the advanced technologies in front of Japan these should be maximised to the make use of it to the fullest. Institutions such as the New Start, Kudo Centre and among others are a manifestation that a person who suffers from hikikomori will still have hope and future although they think that they are not intelligent enough to compete with others in terms of prestigious jobs in big companies. The hikikomori can be minimized through the efforts of the government of Japan, the schools where the children go to and the basic unit of the institution the family where they learn the basics of everything. ...
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