Using "the Japanese problem" as a corrective to the ethnocentricity of Western theory.

@article{Tobin2000UsingJ,
  title={Using "the Japanese problem" as a corrective to the ethnocentricity of Western theory.},
  author={Joseph Tobin},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2000},
  volume={71 5},
  pages={1155-8}
}
This reflection on the essay by Rothbaum, Pott, Azuma, Miyake, and Weisz focuses on how knowledge about Japanese psychological development and culture can serve as a corrective to the ethnocentrism of Western theory. Particular attention is given to the Japanese cultural concepts of amae and kejime. 
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