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Intimate connections: Contextualizing Japanese youth and mobile messaging. Contextualizing Japanese youth and mobile messaging Mizuko Ito. Takatoshi Ito and Andrew K. Rose, editors Volume Publisher: September , Publication Date: August Title: Introduction Author: Takatoshi Ito, Andrew K. Rose URL: The fourteenth annual NBER—East Asia Seminar on Economics was concerned with the topic of international trade, one of the most prominent fields of economics, which has attracted scholars since at least the time of Adam Smith and David Ricardo.
This topic is of special concern to East Asian countries for a few reasons. A number of countries achieved high rates of economic growth since World War II, at least in part due to their export performances. This includes Japan in the s and s, the newly industrialized economies NIEs in the s and s, and other Southeast Asian countries in the s and s.
All these countries have benefited from a global trend toward trade liberalization.
Some of the NIEs and Southeast Asian countries accelerated their growth by accepting foreign direct investment. The high economic growth rates sometimes caused trade tensions. Often exporters Japan and Korea in the past, China more recently have been targeted by advanced economies for dumping or some other violations of fair trading practices, though some of the charges have been disputed by exporters.
Andrew K. Rose is the Bernard T.
Rocca Jr. Rose WTO was created, disputes were often settled bilaterally with import quotas or export restraints. These disputes are now typically taken to the recently created WTO dispute settlement mechanism.
In the s, there have been an increasing number of regional trade agreements in the world. Until recently, the Asian region has been slow to adopt regional trading arrangements. If any, Asians tended to favor open regionalism in that a most-favored-nation clause was activated so that any regional concessions were also applicable to others. However, in the last few years, great interest in regional trade ar- rangement has been observed in Asia.
Japan has concluded an economic partnership agreement a free trade agreement plus with Singapore and is now negotiating with Korea, the Philippines, and Thailand. The Asian countries appear to have entered a new stage of their trade relationship among themselves and between them and the rest of the world. The participants of EASE were particularly interested in empirical aspects of international trade of relevance to East Asia.
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Topics of interest included the existence of regional trading blocks, strategies for improving productivity and facilitating technological change through trade, barriers to international trade, and the determinants of international integration. International trade is by its very nature a general equilibrium phenome- non. For instance, production patterns are both important determinants of trade patterns and are also importantly determined by trade. But certainly one major theme of EASE was the relationship between productivity and trade.
As has long been recognized, a primary suspect for trend changes in factor intensities is growing international openness, as trade naturally leads to specialization in industries of com- parative advantage as dictated by factor abundance.
Does a growing inter- national division of labor explain changing Japanese factor intensities? Ordinarily, many of the A major advantage of studying sexual conditioning is copulatory attempts of the male end without cloacal that it allows examining not only the proximate functions contact.
The ultimate the female to squat when approached by a male. This prediction was first tested and quail Coturnix japonica because that species has been confirmed in a study of sexual conditioning with gourami extensively used in studies of sexual conditioning see fish by Hollis, Pharr, Dumas, Britton, and Field When a male and female are first placed in effect may be observed in quail.
In particular, we were a test arena, the male appears to take the initiative in interested in testing procedures that captured some of the chasing and grabbing the female. Since tory opportunity. After the CS test fertility consequences of sexual conditioning, we will trial, the birds were again individually housed.
Eggs were rarely report behavioral data such as the latency to collected from the females for 10 days and then examined initiate copulation or copulatory efficiency. Details about for evidence of fertilization.
As Matthews In contrast, each of the other Conditioned fertility with a range of CS durations groups showed significantly higher fertilization rates.
A major variable in studies of Pavlovian conditioning is However, there was no evidence of higher rates of the duration of the CS. In general, conditioned respond- fertilization in females that were conditioned with longer ing is less likely with procedures that employ longer CS CS durations. These results confirm that Pavlovian durations.
This function was first examined in detail in signaling increases the rate of fertilization and extent eyeblink conditioning e. First, the effect was Studies of the effects of the CS duration in sexual observed whether or not the duration of the CS presented conditioning have yielded a more complex pattern of to the male was the same as the CS duration used with the results.
Sexually conditioned approach responding de- female. However, in these experiments, only male quail received sexual conditioning. Since female quail appear Conditioned fertility with a naturalistic CS to be slower than males in becoming sexually aroused, In the preceding study, the CS was a small green light sexual conditioning may be more successful in females presented before the male and female quail received with longer CS durations.
The present experiment was access to each other for copulation. The fact that such a conducted to test this hypothesis. A door in the middle of the wall could be raised giving the birds an access to each other. A small green light was positioned in each compartment above the door and was used as the conditioned stimulus. Fifteen conditioning trials were conducted, each on a separate day. For male quail, the CS light was always presented for 30 sec before the door was opened giving the male access to the female.
For female quail, the duration of the CS light depended on group assignment. Independent groups received CS durations of 30 sec, 10 min, or 20 min before each copulatory opportunity.
Each copulatory opportunity lasted 5 min, after which the male and female were returned to their respective compartments.
Males received a uniform CS duration females of sperm. The birds were then placed back in the of 30 sec. The control group received sexual conditioning but testing chambers for a 5-min copulatory test. For testing, was not exposed to the CS before the copulatory test trial. In the natural environment, the pairings 30 25 of a CS and an US are not arranged by an investigator in 20 a laboratory coat.
Rather, pairings occur because the CS 15 is a small component of the US or occurs early in a causal 10 chain of events that reliably leads to the US Domjan, 5 Therefore, before a male is close enough to a Group female to copulate with her, he is apt to see just part of her body through the grass. The most likely visible body Fig. Therefore, sexual conditioning housed and where eggs were collected from the females to in the natural habitat of quail may involve cues of the assess rates of fertilization following the test copulations.
As seen previously, very low rates head cues. Consistent with this suggestion, cues of a of fertilization occurred in the unsignaled control group. Pavlovian procedures that involve a more naturalistic CS. The naturalistic CS consisted of the head and limited The present results show that a naturalistic CS is not neck feathers of a female quail positioned on a cm necessary to obtain the conditioned fertility effect and vertical dowel. For a different group of birds, the CS was may not even increase the size of the effect.
When not in use, the CS objects were covered with Conditioned fertility with contextual cues an opaque cover that could be raised by the experimenter.
In each of the preceding experiments, the CS was a discrete, spatially localized visual cue. Although not To prevent the birds from pecking or attempting to much is known about the natural ecology of coturnix mount the CS objects, the objects were covered with a quail, evidence suggests that females maintain territories clear plastic cup when visible.
Ten conditioning trials where they eventually establish a nest and incubate their were conducted for each group of birds. For each trial, eggs. In contrast, males are more transitory, moving the CS was presented for 30 sec to both the male and across female territories. Under these conditions the female, followed by 5 min of copulatory access. Thus, sexual cages for 10 days to void the females of sperm. A single conditioning in the wild may involve contextual cues.
As a part of this experiment, we also from each CS training condition were placed in an evaluated which partner the male or the female has to unsignaled control group. These birds did not receive a be signaled for the conditioned fertility effect to occur. CS prior to copulatory opportunity on the test day.
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One of these chambers was painted entirely white, and 20 the other was painted entirely brown. To further help 15 distinguish the two contexts, one chamber was housed in 10 the colony room with relatively high levels of ambient 5 noise, whereas the other was housed in a quiet test room.
The divider had a door in the middle that the birds could pass through when raised.
In contrast, the lowest rates of received 5 min of copulatory opportunity. Interestingly, signaling after which the center door was raised but there was no copulation only for the female or only for the male did sexual partner on the other side. This design effectively not produce more fertilization than what was observed in trained a specific context as the CS that signaled the control condition.
The alternate context was equally familiar The present findings extend the conditioned fertility but was not associated with sexual reinforcement. Since contextual cues are counterbalanced across participants.
Rather, copulatory partners were rotated across conditions. This was done so that encounter with a novel The present results indicate that for the conditioned partner on the test trial would not be disruptive.
After fertility effect to occur, both sexual partners have to 10 days of training, the birds were housed individually for receive the Pavlovian signal prior to the copulation. We 15 days to void the females of sperm. On the day of previously obtained similar results in a study that used a testing, the birds were sorted into one of four test groups. After the test copulation, the birds were signaled for only the male or only the female. One housed individually in the main colony room, and possible reason for this discrepancy was that Mahometa females had their eggs collected to determine rates of and Domjan used a localized light as the CS fertilization.
However, the males took to cross over to the other side of the present findings suggest that this was not the critical experimental chamber. Not surprisingly, males had very factor. They were Regan and MacKillop experiments from those of significantly slower to pass through the partition door in Mahometa and Domjan These results indicate that the males learned to distinguish the two contexts and that one had become a signal for sexual reinforcement whereas the Conditioned fertility and sexual competition other had not.
The preceding experiments and related previously pub- The results of the fertility measurements are displayed lished research amply demonstrate that sexual condition- in Fig. An opaque barrier after exposure to a Pavlovian signal as compared to the divided each chamber in half to create separate compart- absence of such signaling. Given these results, what ments for the male and the female. The barrier contained would happen in more complex social situations that a small door, which could be raised to allow contact involve sexual competition?
How might Pavlovian signal- between the birds, as needed. The experiments reported in this section by raising the center door to provide access to the other were conducted to explore these scenarios. For female participants, In most avian copulations occurred. The intent of these procedures was species, including the coturnix quail, sperm require 15 to establish Pavlovian signaling as an experimental min to travel from cloaca to infundibulum. An egg is variable only for the male participants.
This sperm competition test. For the competition test, each leaves little time for pure sperm competition in the form female was mated with two males in succession, separated of a direct race between two sperm from entry at the by a min delay between the males.
For one of the cloaca to fertilization at the infundibulum. For the other male, the test copulation competitors, he must either copulate closer to the was preceded by placement in its control context. Potentially, a Pavlovian CS female participants. However, no more offspring than control males. We tested this predic- differences in the total frequency of cloacal contacts were tion in a study that was originally reported in Matthews, found between males copulating in the signaled and Domjan, Ramsey and Crews Paternity was control contexts.
The sexual conditioning procedure was similar to that Following 10 days of egg collection and 5 days of of the preceding experiment and employed contextual incubation, all eggs were opened for examination of cues as conditioned stimuli. As in that study, two embryonic development.
Of the 78 eggs laid by the distinctive contexts were used. One of the contexts had females, 39 eggs contained embryonic tissue. Genetic a flat floor and green walls and was 2 in. When two males mated with the same Females in the delay control group produced 35 female, the one able to predict and presumably prepare fertilized eggs whereas females in the delay signal group for copulatory opportunity was able to fertilize more of produced 28 fertilized eggs.
More importantly, the the eggs and sire more of the offspring.
These finding proportion of eggs fertilized by the first and second shows that learning and individual past experience can male was drastically different for the two groups. The bias genetic transmission and the evolutionary changes delay control group showed the usual first-male disad- that result from sexual competition.
This first-male In the preceding study, two males copulated with the disadvantage was significantly ameliorated in the delay same female within a relatively short period. However, the disadvantage that comes with fertilized eggs, respectively, if neither of them received a being the first male can be attenuated if the first male Pavlovian signal.
This statistically equal split is dramati- copulates in a sexually conditioned context. Together cally altered if a substantial delay e. The next experiment was designed to evaluate sexual Sperm allocation in copulations with two females competition in coturnix quail when two males copulated As we saw in the preceding experiments, a signaled male with the same female with a 5-h separation between can gain an advantage in sexual competition by being the two copulations. Males can conditions could be overcome by signaling his copulatory also gain an advantage by inseminating more than one opportunity.
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The next experiment was conducted to determine As in the preceding experiment, a single female was if sexual conditioning changes the outcome in such a permitted to copulate with two males. However, this time, sperm allocation situation. Repeated matings occur in most species and provide a Two groups were tested. For the delay control group, the mechanism for increasing insemination, which can then test copulations for both the first and the second male be used to increase the amount of sperm provided to a occurred in a context that had not been previously single female or to multiple females Lewis, In contrast, for the Consecutive matings with the same female provide a delay signal group, the first male received access to the slight increase in fertilization success, but the amount of female in a context that was previously associated with sperm that is transferred declines exponentially with sexual reinforcement whereas the second male did not repeated copulations.
Thus, males who mate several times receive such Pavlovian signaling. The faster a male can replenish his sperm stores, As in the preceding experiment, males that were placed the faster copulations can resume at optimal levels. In the case of the first female, In the present experiment, the same male birds introducing a Pavlovian CS increased fertilization rates copulated with two females presented in succession.
In the second test condition, access to female could be substantially increased by presenting a the two females was provided with a delay of 5 h between sexually CS when the second female was introduced.
Each male first participated in control tests, which Given the brevity of the Pavlovian signal 1 min , it is were conducted prior to sexual conditioning so that the unlikely that the increase in fertilization of the second experimental chambers in which the copulations occurred female reflected the induction of spermatogenesis.In contrast, for the Consecutive matings with the same female provide a delay signal group, the first male received access to the slight increase in fertilization success, but the amount of female in a context that was previously associated with sperm that is transferred declines exponentially with sexual reinforcement whereas the second male did not repeated copulations.
September , Publication Date: Evans and James Harrigan engage in a fascinating study of the MFA, with a particular emphasis on apparel imports into the United States. The preceding experiments and related previously pub- The results of the fertility measurements are displayed lished research amply demonstrate that sexual condition- in Fig.
August Title: Topics of interest included the existence of regional trading blocks, strategies for improving productivity and facilitating technological change through trade, barriers to international trade, and the determinants of international integration. Pavlovian conditioned approach behavior in male Japanese Matthews, R. An- effect, initially reported by Domjan, Lyons, North, and other approach is to focus on ultimate mechanisms that Bruell , is that sexually conditioned males initiate involve long-range, transgenerational, or evolutionary copulation with a female sooner than males that en- consequences.