差別に関するレポートです。宜しければ添削お願いします。 Indeed, as you claim, Japan has fewer racial issues than the United States. Discriminatory sentiment is at the root of racial issues. In this regard, you may think that Japan has less coverage of political movements and demonstrations as an external act like the United States. But I have some doubts. Recently, as you know, the events before the Olympics have made it famous that Japanese people have the most lagging sense of gender in the world. I also think that discrimination based on age is about the same. It seems that each age group forms a flock in the heart. The reality is that even prominent critics use the term "harmful old man" to ridicule those who have missed the IT revolution and those who are unable to respond to new changes. Therefore, it seems that the social consciousness of Japan that you imagine, that is, the Confucian social consciousness that young people respect the elderly, is becoming extinct. Therefore, I think that the Japanese subconscious mind hides a very large amount of discriminatory feelings.