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Prejudic points to Japanese Culture of Learners through Short-Term Training in Japan Research on Change special cation
Change in Prejudice
Need to Learn Japanese
Familiarity with Koreans
The average age of the participants in the current study was 19.5 years in terms of demographics of the study. The gender was short-term training focused on girls rather than boys. In the school year, most of the participants were enrolled in first and second year students. The motivation for short-term training is that the Japanese culture experience is a major concern of short-term training. Although there is a change in prejudice about Japanese culture and influences on Japanese culture about the influencing factors of cultural experience, it is implied that there is still no change in confidence in Japanese people. The change in the characteristics of responsibility for the Japanese and the attitude of the diligence can also be judged that there is a change influence before and after the training. In addition, there is a change in prejudice against the Japanese, and Japanese understand that the prior perception that they understand Koreans is different from before and after the training. And it can be seen that the perception that the Japanese can become closer to Koreans is changing. As I became more interested in Japanese in terms of recognition of the necessity of Japanese learning, I thought that I felt the necessity of studying Japanese even more after the training and after the training. The Japanese people's intimacy toward Japanese.