Cross cultural analysis of the influence of humor on organizational dissent in the US, Korea, Japan, and China
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Zeng, Cheng (University of Jyväskylä, 2018)The current research project focuses on a distinctive form of employee voice: organizational dissent. Dissent is the key to correcting organizational misconduct, facilitating group innovation and enhancing both employee ...
Cognition of Korean-English secondary school teachers about intercultural dimension in EFL teaching Choi, Yuri (2016)The importance of intercultural competence in education has been recognized in order to promote students’ tolerance and empathy towards others in the globalized world. Being the first and foremost foreign language subject ...
A comparative analysis on Finnish and Korean high school English textbooks in the perspective of communicative language teaching Namgung, Wook (2016)English textbooks are a key resource for English courses in both Finnish and Korean high schools. The present study aims to compare the similarities and differences of Finnish and Korean high school English textbooks and ...
Baber, William W. (University of Jyväskylä, 2016)This dissertation investigates expatriate IT workers located in Japan in the contexts of their acculturation and thinking about workplace and business negotiations. Case studies of individual actors supported by surveys ...