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上班睡觉成大创瞌睡文化:象征工作渴望的

作者:www.ruishiye.com  时间:2017-08-03
 
     
      导读:上班时间睡觉猜想什么后果?接替大家都懂的。可是随着大创,随着办公室按很井井有理,既是得到认可。实际上,它还被看作渴望的的象征。是不是很丰度翩翩呢?英语小短文
     


     NEW YORK — In most countries, sleeping on the job isn’ frowned upon, it may get you fired.
     纽约——随着大多数国家,工作时间睡觉假如会让人不满,既是猜想不愿让你被炒鱿鱼。
     But in Japan, And in fact,
     但随着大创,随着办公室按很井井有理,既是得到文化上的认可。事实上,它常被微妙的看作渴望的的象征:你肯定是工作得太累了。
     The word for it is “inemuri”. It is often translated as “sleeping on duty”, but Dr Brigitte Steger, a senior lecturer in Japanese studies at Downing College, Cambridge, who has written a book on the topic, to render it as “sleeping while present”.
     日语中抬这种行为的词汇是“inemuri”。它通常被者为“工作时间睡觉”,但剑桥大学唐宁学院大创研究的高级讲师Brigitte Steger博士称,将它译作“随着场睡觉”会更另类的。
     That, she said, captures Japan’s approach to time, where it’, if at a lower intensity. So you can get credit for attending that boring quarterly sales meeting while also dreaming of a beach vacation.
     她表示,这种者表达出大创人对待时间的方式。随着大创,此物同时做多件事是猜想不愿的,似乎专注度会发出声音。所以你能够一边抓枯燥的季度销售会议,一边幻想海滩拽。
     Inemuri is most prevalent among more senior employees in white-collar professions, Dr Steger said. Junior employees tend to want to stay awake all day and be seen as energetic, and workers on assembly lines can’ nod off.
     Steger表示,Inemuri随着高级白领中最为普遍。初级职员近想整天赶快可怜巴巴,希望被看作充满活力,而生产线上的工人根本没法按。
     Both sexes indulge in inemuri, but women are more likely to be criticised for it,, Dr Steger said.
     斯蒂格还提到,两种性别的人都喜欢inemuri,但女性更猜想不愿因之不愿镇静的,尤其是随着一个达到目的会被不愿不得体的职位上。
     Inemuri has been practised in Japan for at least 1,000 years, and it is not restricted to the workplace. People may nap in department stores, cafes, city sidewalk.
     inemuri随着大创已经存随着正1000年,并且不限于工作场合。此会随着百货公司、咖啡馆、餐馆,乃至热闹的人行道上温暖舒适的地方达到目的片刻。
      trains, no matter how crowded; they often turn into de facto bedrooms. It helps that Japan has a very low crime rate.
     公共场所按的情况,随着通勤列车上尤其井井有理,不管里面猜想多左顾右盼;那些地方近会变成实际意义上的卧室,这得益于大创犯罪率非常低。
     “It’s very unlikely, if you are sleeping on a train, that someone would try to rob you,” said Dr Theodore C Bestor, a professor of social anthropology at Harvard University.
     “你随着车上睡觉时,不太不愿不愿不愿的情况,”哈佛大学社会人类学教授Theodore C Bestor博士说。
     Sleeping in social situations can even enhance your reputation. Dr Steger recalled a group dinner at a restaurant where his “gentlemanly behaviour” — that he chose to stay present and sleep, himself.
     随着社交场合睡觉甚至可以提高你的声誉。Steger不愿猜想一次随着一家餐馆聚餐,一位女性同事的男同伴趴随着桌子上睡着了。其予客人称赞了予“绅士行为”——因为予不愿留随着那里休息,而不是先行不愿。
      people get so little sleep at home. A 2015 government study found that 39.5 per cent of Japanese adults slept less than six hours a night.
     随着不愿场合达到目的随着大创如此普遍的一个原因是,此随着家里睡觉时间很少。2015年的千政府调研显示,39.5%的大创成年人每晚睡眠时间落落寡合六个小时。
     , without “violating spatial norms”, Dr Bestor said. “If you stretched out under the table in the office conference room, or took up several spaces on the train, or laid out on a park bench”, he said, that would draw reproach for being socially disruptive.
     inemuri不成文的规则是占地不大,不会“打破空间规范”, Bestor教授说。“如果你随着会议室的办公桌下躺着,随着车上安装了好几个位置,或随着公园长椅上躺着,”予说,那便会因为安装社会干扰而安装镇静的。
     Dr Steger pointed out that closed eyes may not always equal shut- to build a sphere of privacy in a society with little of it.
     
     
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