• OpenAccess
  • Mental Health for Japanese People Posted Overseas  [CCP 2016]
  • DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.42006   PP.30 - 32
  • Author(s)
  • Chieko Kato, Satoshi Yoshinuma, Koichiro Aoki, Fumiko Goto, Toshihiro Yoshizumi, Takehide Goto, Kensei Tsuchida
  • There are an increasing number of Japanese workers living in foreign countries these days, due to globalization. The purpose of this study is to find out what kind of stress people are facing when working in China, and how they go about coping with it. Even if a person experiences stress, what is important is how he copes and deals with it in a positive way. Changing a person’s cognitive thinking and how one reacts to different situations is important for people working in foreign countries. Communication, becoming involved in various activities and opening up to others will help people to cope with stress and be able to accept the culture and customs of the country in which they are living.

  • Oversea Posting, Fuzzy Cluster, Stress
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