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Title :高度外国人材に求められる「仲介」スキルとは : タイで活躍する高度外国人材に対する実態調査を中心に
Title alternative :What kinds of Mediation Skills are needed to be a High-skilled Foreign Personnel? : Focusing on Business people playing active roles in Thailand
Authors :葦原, 恭子
奥山, 貴之
塩谷, 由美子
島田, めぐみ
Authors alternative :Ashihara, Kyoko
Okuyama, Takayuki
Shiotani, Yumiko
Shimada, Megumi
Issue Date :Mar-2018
Abstract :The cabinet approved “A Plan for 300,000 Exchange Students” put forward by the Japanese government in 2008. The employment support for foreign students is one of the tasks. !According to a survey for foreign students living in Japan, those who wish to find employment in Japan after graduating is a majority. The most desirable type of jobs is international affairs, and the second is translator & interpreter. On the other hand, the common purposes for Japanese companies to hire foreign personnel are their language ability, their sensibility, and their international way of thinking. The foreign students hired as high-skilled personnel are expected to play active parts as mediators between Japanese companies and their customers by utilizing their language abilities and cross-cultural communication skills. We conducted a survey in Thailand to find out what kinds of mediation skills were needed to be high-skilled personnel focusing on interpreters working in Thailand. According to our survey, it is proved that the high-skilled interpreters are playing active roles as cross-cultural communicators.
URL :http://isu.u-ryukyu.ac.jp/about/publications/
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :2432-728X
Publisher :琉球大学グローバル教育支援機構国際教育センター
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/41068
Citation :琉球大学国際教育センター紀要 no.2 p.1 -17
Appears in Collections:No.2 (2018/3)

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