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Assessing American Attitudes Toward East Asian Countries

  title={Assessing American Attitudes Toward East Asian Countries},
  author={Kenichi Ishii and Muneo Kaigo and Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki},
This study was conceived to identify and analyze the current images of East Asia, namely Japan, the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of Korea (South Korea) among people in the United States. Although the data procured through this study lends itself to a contemporary perspective, it also attempts to acknowledge and supplement an academic lineage that has focused on how national images, especially those of Japan, have been created overseas. This study attempts to preserve this… 

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