Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Japanese
Academic Year 2019Year School/Graduate School Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation(Master)
Lecture Code X0010598 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 平和共生演習
Subject Name
(Katakana)
ヘイワキョウセイエンシュウ
Subject Name in
English
Seminar on Peace and Co-Existence
Instructor TOMOTSUGU SHINSUKE
Instructor
(Katakana)
トモツグ シンスケ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year,  First Semester,  First Semester
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (1st) Weds9-10:IDEC 201
Lesson Style Seminar Lesson Style
【More Details】
In-class discussion, Presentation 
Credits 2 Class Hours/Week   Language on Instruction E : English
Course Level 5 : Graduate Basic
Course Area(Area) 24 : Social Sciences
Course Area(Discipline) 24 : Political Science
Eligible Students  
Keywords International politics, Diplomatic history, Security studies 
Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
Class Status
within Educational
Program
 
Criterion referenced
Evaluation
 
Class Objectives
/Class Outline
In this course, participants will peruse the academic papers and articles in the fields of both theories of international relations and diplomatic history. The participants will train themselves to carry out archival research, and make presentations on the progress of their seminar research paper projects after deciding the themes.  They will practice public speaking in accrdance with the common way of talking at an academic conference. 
Class Schedule lesson1: Introduction
lesson2: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)1
lesson3: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)2
lesson4: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)3
lesson5: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)4
lesson6: Presentation about the progress of participants' seminar research paper projects-I
lesson7: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)5
lesson8: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)6
lesson9: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)7
lesson10: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)8
lesson11: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)9
lesson12: Presentation about the progress of participants' seminar research paper projects-II
lesson13: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)10
lesson14: Discussion on the assigned readings(Diplomatic history and the theories of international relations)11
lesson15: Final Presentation about the progress of participants' seminar research paper projects-III 
Text/Reference
Books,etc.
1.E.H. Carr, What is History  (1967)  
2. David J Samuel, Comparative Politics (2012)
3. Ikuo Kume, Causal Inference and Political Analysis (in Japanese) (2013)
4. Tsuyoshi Kawsaki, Methods for Social Science Scholars and Students to write an outstanding paper: From an article for academic journal to graduation paper (in Japanese: The English title is tentative translation)(2010)
Also, articles and papers published at academic journals such as International Security and Diplomatic History. These materials are to be announced in the first class. 
PC or AV used in
Class,etc.
PC, Power Point Slide  
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Review
Autonomous learning behavior is expected 
Requirements  
Grading Method Presentation:40%(Speaker20%+Discussant20%)
Contribution to in-class discussion 30%
Research Paper 30% 
Message  
Other   
Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.
Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching. 
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