Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Japanese
Academic Year 2020Year School/Graduate School Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Master's Course) Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
Lecture Code WMA11002 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 人文社会科学と社会 Ec
Subject Name
(Katakana)
ジンブンシャカイカガクトシャカイ
Subject Name in
English
Humanities and Social Sciences and Society
Instructor TAKAHASHI YOSHI,ARIMATSU YUI,YOSHIDA YUKI,ADACHI TAKASI,SUGIMURA KAZUMI,CHOKYU,YOSHINAKA TAKASHI,NEMOTO HIROSHI,NAKAMURA TAIRA,OHNO HIDESHI,YAMANE NORIKO,UMEMURA TOMOTAKA,KABIR RUSSELL SARWAR,NAGAYAMA HIROYUKI,CHOURAK MOHAMED,RO TOU,SEKI KOKI,GOTO DAISAKU,ICHIHASHI MASARU,MIYANAGA FUMIO,MIYATANI MAKOTO
Instructor
(Katakana)
タカハシ ヨシ,アリマツ ユイ,ヨシダ ユキ,アダチ タカシ,スギムラ カズミ,チョウキュウ アスカ,ヨシナカ タカシ,ネモト ヒロシ,ナカムラ タイラ,オオノ ヒデシ,ヤマネ ノリコ,ウメムラ トモタカ,カビール ラッセル サーワー,ナガヤマ ヒロユキ,ショーラク モハメド,ロ トウ,セキ コウキ,ゴトウ ダイサク,イチハシ マサル,ミヤナガ フミオ,ミヤタニ マコト
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year,  First Semester,  2Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (2T) Tues9-10,Thur9-10:To be announced.
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
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Lecture centered, Practice centered, Usage of blackboard notes, Discussion, Student Presentation, Outdoor practice, Task, Chemical Usage 
Credits 2 Class Hours/Week   Language on Instruction E : English
Course Level 5 : Graduate Basic
Course Area(Area) 21 : Fundamental Competencies for Working Persons
Course Area(Discipline) 09 : Common Gradate Education
Eligible Students Students of Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Class Objectives
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This subject will teach students how various studies in the fields of the humanities and social sciences have influenced society, and vice versa, taking into consideration their relevance to other academic disciplines, including natural sciences and life sciences. Learning about the correlations between respective areas of study and society will be helpful for students to better understand what roles the humanities and social sciences are expected to play in creating a future society. This subject will also encourage students to explore how their individual research themes can contribute to the further development of human society so as to enhance their motivation for research.
(Total 15 lessons in an omnibus style) 
Class Schedule Lesson 1: Introductory guidance to give students an overview of this subject
Lesson 2: Correlations between society and such areas of study as multicultural society and comparative culture will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on the relationship between national state/imperial state and society in present day East Asia, from the historical experience of minority.
Lesson 3: Correlations between society and such areas of study as philosophy, ethics and cultural thoughts will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.
Lesson 4: Correlations between society and such areas of study as Japanese history, Oriental history and European history will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on cross-sector discussing about the close relation of feudal system and business, with "frontier" in Middle Age Europe as section.
Lesson 5: Correlations between society and such areas of study as geography, archaeology and cultural heritage will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.
Lesson 6: Correlations between society and such areas of study as Japanese linguistics, Japanese literature, Chinese linguistics, Chinese literature, European/American literature and English linguistics will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on discussing the relation of British theater and early period European economy by focusing on Shakespeare and Othello.
Lesson 7: Correlations between society and such areas of study as Japanese linguistics, Japanese literature, Chinese linguistics, Chinese literature, European/American literature and English linguistics will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on context comprehension of literary works as seen through English History research, and English dictionaries, etc, as seen through collocation research.
Lesson 8: Correlations between society and economics will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.
Lesson 9: Correlations between society and business administration will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.
Lesson 10: Correlations between society and law will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.  
Lesson 11: Correlations between society and politics will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on social problems prevalent in increasingly globalizing today from the viewpoint of political science/ international political science.
Lesson 12: Correlations between society and sociology will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on qualitative research methodology such as fieldwork of cultural anthropology and ethnography,etc.
Lesson 13: Correlations between society and such areas of study as psychology and behavioral sciences will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration. This lecture will focus on relationship of youth with family and psychological development.
Lesson 14: Correlations between society and such areas of study as psychology and behavioral sciences will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.
This lecture will focus on key concepts and phenomena in psychology and behavior as they relate to responses to disasters and how they were shaped from deep ethnographic work on the environmental consequences of technology and their effects on society.
Lesson 15: Correlations between society and such areas of study as psychology and behavioral sciences will be introduced to students, taking their relevance to other academic disciplines into consideration.
This lecture will focus on the visualization of human speech sounds and the language education effects. 
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Text, Handout, Audio Material, Visuals (Video/PC/other Visual materials).
This is a bidirectional correspondence class at Higashi Hiroshima and Higashi Senda Campus.  
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Requirements If the attendance falls short of two-third the total number of classes, student will not be eligible for semester end exam or report. Carry student ID when appearing for class.  
Grading Method Short test or report conducted from Lesson 2~15 (5* 14 times= 70 points), semester end exam or report (30 points). However, depending on situation, semester end exam or report won`t be conducted and total evaluation will be based on the short test of Lesson 2~15. (Will explain in guidance of Lesson 1) 
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
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