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Hi Blog. Here is a thoughtful article from Temple University’s Robert Dujarric on how immigration might help Japan as its power wanes vis-a-vis China. I will say, however, that if Japan offers the promise of domestic work, and if (to quote Dujarric) “Many individuals would start to study Japanese, in the hope of one day working in the country.”, then it had better make good on the promise of offering equal opportunity for advancement and assimilation regardless of background, by enacting laws that protect against discrimination. We were made a similar promise under the purported “kokusaika” of ...
Just as a legal point, as Mogura points out, slander has to be spoken in public (or more accurately to the public) for it to be actionable. If someone just insults you face to face, that isn't slander from a legal viewpoint. Technically this would probably be libel anyway, because it was in written form. Its sad but there is actually a good reason (again, just from a legal and not a personal viewpoint) why the law doesn't compensate people for mental damage from dismissal. That is the basic fact that no matter how the company does it, pretty much everyone suffers mental damage ... Read More
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