Comparison of Australia and Japan


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Comparison of Australia and Japan
Japan is a small island that is only 377, 835 sq. km compared to Australia a country that is 7.7 million sq. km. Japan and Australia are two countries who have fought each other at times, while at other times they have had friendly relationships. It is important to study, compare, and discuss the political system, societal culture, and media environment differences and similarities in these countries and how public relations practice influence these two countries.
It is important to study each country’s political, culture, and economic environment to understand the country involved beginning with Japan. Japan has a population of over 127.08 million people with ethnic groups of Japanese, Korean, and...
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