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The proceedings series Lecture Notes in Education Psychology and Public Media (LNEP) is an international peer-reviewed open access series publishes conference proceedings that address social science topics from a wide range of methodological and disciplinary perspectives. By offering a public forum for discussion and debate about issues in education, psychology, communication, and law, the series seeks to improve the state of social science. Research-focused articles are published in the series, which also accepts empirical and theoretical articles on micro, meso, and macro phenomena. The LNEP accepts proceedings on a variety of topics related to education, psychology, communication, law, and the effects of these fields on people and society.

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    This paper deeply explores the complex and dynamic relationship between team creativity and cultural factors and reveals how subtle cultural differences can play a dual role in shaping team creativity. Central to the study is an in-depth analysis of interactions between team members from different cultural backgrounds and how these interactions significantly influence the collective output of the team's creation. This detailed review of the extensive literature illustrates the important impact of team diversity, communication patterns, and leadership style on the profile shaping of team creativity. The center of the discussion is the dual nature of the organizational culture: it has both the potential to stimulate creativity within the team and the potential to inhibit it. Research shows that while cultural diversity brings unique perspectives and ideas that create mature environments for innovative thinking, it also presents significant challenges, including communication barriers and the generation of possible misunderstandings. Without skilled management, these problems can hamper the flow of ideas. Furthermore, this paper highlights the importance of fostering leadership styles and communication strategies for an open and supportive environment critical to thriving team creativity. In the text section, I integrate these findings into practical, actionable strategies that provide some feasible suggestions for organizations seeking to improve innovation. These strategies are deeply embedded in an understanding of cultural dynamics and aim to reform organizational practices to add some possibilities for us to achieve greater innovation and success in an increasingly diverse business world.

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    The research delves into the profound generational divides depicted in Yasujirō Ozu's Tokyo Monogatari and Ohayo, providing a captivating cinematic exploration of post-war Japan’s transformative landscape. Through an intricate synthesis of cinematic narratives and history analysis, it meticulously examines the contrasting attitudes towards material fulfillment, evolving social norms, and shifting patriarchal dynamics portrayed in these masterpieces. Yasujirō Ozu, widely regarded as one of Japan’s most influential filmmakers, captured the complexities of generational dynamics and societal transformation during the tumultuous era of reconstruction in the 1950s in Japan. By scrutinizing these themes in depth, the essay offers profound insights into the complexities of post-war Japanese identity, shedding light on the intricate interplay between tradition and modernity during the pivotal era of reconstruction in the 1950s. Through its nuanced examination of these multifaceted themes, the essay provides a comprehensive understanding of the enduring generational gaps that emerged in Japanese society during the 1950s, inviting readers to contemplate the intricate dynamics shaping the nation’s narrative during a crucial juncture in its history.

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    Jerzy Grotowski (1933-1999, hereinafter referred to as Grotowski) was a renowned theater practitioner in the 20th century, dedicating his life to the study of theatrical performance. His theatrical works shook the world in the 20th century, and he was well-known in the theater communities of Europe and America. Unfortunately, he passed away prematurely, leaving behind profound and abstruse writings for future generations. His late-life creation, the Art of Vehicle in body action methods, holds profound significance for the study of “states” in various artistic performances. Based on this, researchers, drawing on Grotowski’s lifelong learning and research background, interpret and analyze Grotowski’s study of “art of vehicle” through the Zhuangzi’s concept of “body” in the philosophy of Swiss philosopher Jean François Billeter’s “dynamic mechanism”. This paper is based on the research theory of Professor Mingder Chung from Taipei National University of the Arts on Grotowski’s MPA, aiming to elucidate Grotowski’s interpretation of “body” through Zhuangzi’s “body view”, and further clarify the conceptual framework of MPA. The purpose is to contribute theoretical foundations to the study of Grotowski’s Art of Vehicle.

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    The coexistence of conflict of interest and cooperation are two of the most significant characteristics in the process of construction project management. To maximize their interests, all parties involve and restrict each other in the process of management, resulting in the phenomenon of information asymmetry between Party A and Party B, passive slacking of contractors, project quality defects, and project claims in the process of project management. By applying game theory to the construction of engineering projects, it can facilitate managers from all parties to choose better decisions, thereby further improving the level of engineering management and expanding their own profits. Starting from the basic concepts of game theory and engineering project management, this article focuses on three perspectives: project bidding stage, construction stage, and engineering claim stage. It analyzes the game between owners and contractors under incomplete information conditions and concludes that both parties should realize the sharing of information resources and strictly abide by the principle of engineering contract equality. Several suggestions related to engineering project management are also proposed.

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