キャンパスの外国人教師たち : キャリアとアイデンティティの変遷(その他) Foreign Teachers and Professors on Campus : Careers and Identity in Japanese Culture

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This essay presents the profiles of nine foreign teachers and professors on campus at the University of Shizuoka based on interviews with them. The questions include: Why did they come to Japan?; how did they decide to be a teacher or professor and what do they think of teaching?; what does it mean for them to live in Japan?; how well do they adjust themselves to Japanese culture? In short, what kind of careers have they pursued and how have they affected their sense of identity? It was found that many of them were teaching foreign languages, married with Japanese, and thinking of teaching as their calling. Although they were often put into a cross-cultural dilenma in everyday life, they seemed to be fairly well-adjusted to Japanese culture.

This essay presents the profiles of nine foreign teachers and professors on campus at the University of Shizuoka based on interviews with them. The questions include: Why did they come to Japan?; how did they decide to be a teacher or professor and what do they think of teaching?; what does it mean for them to live in Japan?; how well do they adjust themselves to Japanese culture? In short, what kind of careers have they pursued and how have they affected their sense of identity? It was found that many of them were teaching foreign languages, married with Japanese, and thinking of teaching as their calling. Although they were often put into a cross-cultural dilenma in everyday life, they seemed to be fairly well-adjusted to Japanese culture.

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  • 経営と情報 : 静岡県立大学・経営情報学部/学報

    経営と情報 : 静岡県立大学・経営情報学部/学報 8(1), 173-183, 1995-12-01

    静岡県立大学経営情報学部

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    110004615465
  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    AN10118525
  • 本文言語コード
    JPN
  • 資料種別
    Departmental Bulletin Paper
  • ISSN
    09188215
  • データ提供元
    NII-ELS  IR 
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