Japan and Europe in global communication
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In the age of globalization, the role of international communication between Japan and Europe gains more importance for mutual understanding and synergy effects on sustainable development. This book Japan and Europe in Global Communication aims to discuss how global communication has influenced the relations between Japan and Europe and has brought to its change/development; how democracy and culture influence this relation in the global communication age; what the differences/similarities between Japanese and European societies are; how Japan recognised in Europe is. The topics contributing to this book especially focus on such disciplines as philosophy, economics, politics, language and culture. The book has the following objectives: to learn about the relationship between Japan and Europe in the context of global communication; to know the differences/similarities between Japanese and European societies; to understand how democracy and culture influence social policy and governance; to share the knowledge on the recognition, reception or representation of Japan in several domains in Europe and how Japanese language education incorporating cultural education could be promoted in Europe in the global era.