Eastern Cultures

Some articles on eastern cultures, cultures, eastern:

Pennames - Eastern Cultures - Japan
... Similar to a pen name, Japanese artists usually have a gō or art-name, which might change a number of times during their career ... In some cases, artists adopted different gō at different stages of their career, usually to mark significant changes in their life ...
Cultural Emotion Expressions - Summary
... Research has shown that the emotional expressions differ between Western and Eastern cultures ... Eastern cultures are seen as more collectivistic, therefore they show less emotion in order to keep the well-being of the group intact ... Members of Western cultures express their emotions in order to help themselves out, even if it involves negative emotions towards others ...
Cultural Emotion Expressions - Eastern Vs Western Cultures
... Eastern and Western Cultures can be classified according to their geographic locations ... "Cultures transcend national borders and require researchers to use meaningful dimensions of variability rather than physical boundaries." (Niedenthal, et al ... pg 313) For the sake of this entry, Eastern cultures include those of Asia and Eastern Europe, and Western cultures include those of North America ...

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