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Raju Eds. Saito laid an emphasis on the necessity of a valid study of any new concept and program developed in other cultures in a comparison between "universalism" and "particularism", in reference to the different ways of education and training in the West and Japan.
He criticized an easy-going "universalistic" approach as having no particular context in psychological study. Ohama introduced briefly the significance of her own study on bi-lingualism of the Japanese children in the west U.
Jimbo first pointed out a social responsibility on educational psychologist toward a betterment of the "Guidelines for school teaching and learning" based on a study of Japanese children overseas where educational effort for children's creativity and uniqueness were not actually emphasized here. He also pointed out the importance of "learning by doing"as a teaching method to be applied by Japanese teachers having less experience. He referred to his own work interviewing done for maladjusted Japanese residing overseas needing counseling services by a professional mental health worker.
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Hoshino, following Prof. Jimbo put an emphasis on Intercultural Counseling and education for International understanding as new tasks in educational psychology;among other problems he elaborated on the career development or vocational socialization in intercultural perspectives. He also pointed out the possibility of a study on educationg a "global person" or "multi-caltural person" rather than forming a "various nation-oriented or nationalistic person" in terms of cultural experience achieved by children themselves.
He denied an easy-going comparative study simply by the difference of an intercultural study penetrating more deeply into the cultural contex and meaning. Yokoshima reported his own study on "school transfer children" as having many adjustment problems and positive consequences similar to those of overseas Japanese children.
He emphasized that a study has to be done at length with those children.
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Kajita reacted to the comments made by Prof. Hoshino, supporting cross-cultural "comparison" and "internationalism" implemented by national tradition and contribution. A discussion followed and comments were made by the speakers and other participants on the floor: Mr.
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