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|From the past Waseda of Japan to the future WASEDA of the world|
Today, as we confront problems on a worldwide scale, including the seemingly insoluble challenges of global warming and economic disparity, we are deeply concerned about the decline in Japan's clout in the international community. In these difficult times, it is especially important that universities, which have striven for the pursuit of truth and remained uninfluenced by power and authority or the imperatives of immediate gain, to play a vigorous role in opening a new era.
|The Significance of Tone of Voice for Japanese|
Assistant Professor, Waseda University Institute for Advanced Study
Japan has long been regarded as a society where people read the atmosphere. As social animals, we humans live together for better or worse by reading the atmosphere as well as each other's feelings, to a greater or lesser extent, in order to maintain good relations with each other. The act of guessing how another person is feeling is one part of reading the atmosphere.
|ResearchKnowledge Co-Creation - Profiles of researchers|
|Building an international network as a base for Japanese literature and Japanese culture research|
|Waseda University International Institution for Japanese Literature and Culture|
|A culture of class divisions within stadiums|
Associate Professor of the Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University
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