Doing Business with Japanese Men: A Woman's Handbook

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Stone Bridge Press, 1993 - Social Science - 174 pages
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"This book is the only book to look at the uniquely delicate situation that confronts the Western businesswoman ... Japan's long tradition of male dominance means that many Japanese businessmen refuse to take professional women seriously. Using real-life anecdotes, cultural explanations, and extensive lists of tactics and dos and don'ts, this book tells women how to counteract this Godzilla-like attitude to establish their authority and work effectively. -- Back Cover.

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