Unsur Budaya dalam Komunikasi Berbahasa Jepang di Dunia Korporasi di Indonesia: Kajian Konflik Interkultural

https://doi.org/10.22146/jla.57500

Arianty Visiaty(1*)

(1) Al Azhar Indonesia University (Universitas Al Azhar Indonesia)
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Language and culture are two things that are interrelated and cannot be separated. This study aims to determine the conflicts caused by language, which cause misunderstanding due to culture. The study also discusses the background of cultural values that creates this misunderstanding. This research is a qualitative research conducted by interviewing four graduates of the Japanese Language Study Program. The analysis results identified two types of conflict caused by language, namely, conflicts caused by verbal and nonverbal language. These conflicts occur because of the different cultural backgrounds.


Keywords


business Japanese, conflict, intercultural

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