Hiroshima University Syllabus

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Japanese
Academic Year 2020Year School/Graduate School Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Master's Course)
Lecture Code WKA10002 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 人間社会科学特別講義 3c
Subject Name
(Katakana)
ニンゲンシャカイカガクトクベツコウギ
Subject Name in
English
Special Lecture of Humanities and Social Sciences
Instructor OGASHIWA YOKO,KOYAMA MASATAKA,YOSHIDA YUKI,YANAGISAWA HIROYA,SUGIURA YOSINORI,SUGIMURA KAZUMI,FURUKAWA MASAFUMI,ITOU NAOKO,HONDA HIROYUKI,TOKUNAGA TAKASHI,YAGI KENTARO,NISHIHARA DAISUKE,KATAGI HARUHIKO,NAGAYAMA HIROYUKI,OOSAWA TOSHIKAZU,ASARI HIROSHI,RO TOU,MATSUURA TAKETO,EGASHIRA DAIZOU,SUENAGA TAKAYASU
Instructor
(Katakana)
オガシワ ヨウコ,コヤマ マサタカ,ヨシダ ユキ,ヤナギサワ ヒロヤ,スギウラ ヨシノリ,スギムラ カズミ,フルカワ マサフミ,イトウ ナオコ,ホンダ ヒロユキ,トクナガ タカシ,ヤギ ケンタロウ,ニシハラ ダイスケ,カタギ ハルヒコ,ナガヤマ ヒロユキ,オオサワ トシカズ,アサリ ヒロシ,ロ トウ,マツウラ タケト,エガシラ ダイゾウ,スエナガ タカヤス
Campus Higashi-Senda Semester/Term 1st-Year,  First Semester,  1Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (1T) Tues11-12,Weds11-12:*LAW/ECO 155, Higashi-Senda 501
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 J : Japanese
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 Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Class Objectives
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This subject will introduce students to the content of research in various fields, such as literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, economics, business administration, law, politics, sociology, psychology and education, that study human beings, society and outcomes of human/social activities in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines, including natural sciences and life sciences. It is designed to help students learn the findings of respective areas of specialization so that they will not only gain a basic understanding of technicalities required for study programs at the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences but also better understand various fields of study from an overall perspective. In addition to lectures, small-group discussions are also scheduled.
(Total 15 lessons in an omnibus style) 
Class Schedule Lesson 1: Introductory guidance to give students an overview of this subject
Lesson 2:  Syncretization of Shinto with Buddhism-The content of research in the fields of geography, archaeology and cultural heritage will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 3: Question the Chinese thought-The content of research in the fields of philosophy, ethics and cultural thoughts will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 4: Reality narrated by objects- The content of research in the fields of multicultural society and comparative culture will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 5:Japan and western literature- The content of research in the fields of Japanese history, Oriental history and European history will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 6: Research methodology of comparative literature- The content of research in the fields of Japanese linguistics, Japanese literature, Chinese linguistics, Chinese literature, European/American literature and English linguistics will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 7: Humans/ welfare/ society/environment as seen from economics- The content of research in the field of economics will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 8: Thinking about the problem setup in politics as relation of power and society- The content of research in the field of politics will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 9: Latest methodology of Law research- The content of research in the field of law will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 10: Sustainability of Human society- The content of research in the field of business administration will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 11: Sociology- The content of research in the field of sociology will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 12: Development of identity in youth- The content of research in the fields of psychology and behavioral science will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 13: Psychology and society- The content of research in the fields of psychology and behavioral science will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 14: Existence of music in society and role of music composer- The content of research in the field of education will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 15: Arithmetic and society- The content of research in the field of education will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.  
Text/Reference
Books,etc.
 
PC or AV used in
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Text, Handout, Audio material, Visual (Video/ PC/ other visual material) 
Suggestions on
Preparation and
Review
 
Requirements In case the attendance is below two third of the total number of classes, student will not be eligible to appear for end semester exam and submitting end semester report. Carry student ID when attending class.  
Grading Method Grades will be calculated as a total of result of short tests or reports conducted each time and end semester exam or report. Each short test or report will be marked out of 10 points and the total of 14 times will be converted to out of 100 points.  
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
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