Author Archives: YUKI TSUMURA

Journal5

Before I went to the United States to join in this program, I thought that America is a funny and pleasant country. This is because I just watched TV, read books and magazines and was heard from my family and … Continue reading

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journal4

When I came to Washington,D.C., I first thought that this city has more people than williamsburg. Also, I thought that I can not see the cityscape like Washington,D.C. in Japan because the cityscape of main of Washington is like an … Continue reading

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Journal3

When Dr. Charlie McGovern taught consumption to us, I thought that American people spend more money on shopping than Japanese people. I think that American people consume food and daily commodities as a duty after he said “Shopping is Labor … Continue reading

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Journal2

I learned about American perspectives of gender and sexuality after Renee Kingan taught us. She first asked us about thinking of feminine and masculine image, and I think that make-up, beauty and long hair are feminine and muscle, handsome and … Continue reading

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Journal Entry1

  My first impression for Keio University/College of William & Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration was just pleasure, for I have not been to the United States so far. I want to see the many sights such as churches, Washington D.C. and … Continue reading

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