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 WKA11003 Subject Classification Specialized Education
Subject Name 人間社会科学のための科学史 Ec
Subject Name
(Katakana)
ニンゲンシャカイカガクノタメノカガクシ
Subject Name in
English
Science History for Humanities and Social Sciences
Instructor YOSHIDA YUICHIRO,SUGIMURA KAZUMI,MIWA CHIAKI,INAI TAROU,TAKAHASHI SHINGO,OKUMURA KOJI,OHCHI SHINSUKE,MATSUMOTO MAI,FURUTA TAKUYA,WALTER BRETT RAYMOND,UMEMURA TOMOTAKA,NAGAYAMA HIROYUKI,CHIKUDATE NOBUYUKI,CHOURAK MOHAMED,OKAMOTO SHIMPEI,NAKAZORA MOE,OGAWA KEIKO,MIYANAGA FUMIO
Instructor
(Katakana)
ヨシダ ユウイチロウ,スギムラ カズミ,ミワ チアキ,イナイ タロウ,タカハシ シンゴ,オクムラ コウジ,オオチ シンスケ,マツモト マイ,フルタ タクヤ,ウォルター ブレット レイモンド,ウメムラ トモタカ,ナガヤマ ヒロユキ,チクダテ ノブユキ,ショーラク モハメド,オカモト シンペイ,ナカゾラ モエ,オガワ ケイコ,ミヤナガ フミオ
Campus Higashi-Hiroshima Semester/Term 1st-Year,  First Semester,  2Term
Days, Periods, and Classrooms (2T) Mon9-10,Fri9-10:IDEC 204
Lesson Style Lecture Lesson Style
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Lectures 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 Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Special Subject for Teacher Education   Special Subject  
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Class Objectives
/Class Outline
The course will cover fundamentals about science history for humanities and social sciences.
This subject will teach students how literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, economics, business administration, law, politics, sociology, psychology, education, etc., which study human beings, society and outcomes of human/social activities, have achieved progress and formed current society in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines, including natural sciences and life sciences. It is designed to help students learn the history of respective areas of study 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, their history in particular, from an overall perspective.
(Total 15 lessons in an omnibus style) 
Class Schedule Lesson 1: Introductory guidance to give students an overview of this subject
Lesson 2: History of multicultural society and comparative culture will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines. In this class, we check the history and culture of cats. They are sometimes deified and sometimes demonized. While taking up cats depicted in literary and artistic works, we will try to analyze animal science and animal behavior.
Lesson 3: History of philosophy, ethics and cultural thoughts will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
In this lecture, I will trace how the phenomenon of combustion was elucidated, focusing on the concept of phlogiston in the 18th century. This will provide an overview of the process by which philosophy diverges into science.
Lesson 4: History of Japanese history, Oriental history and European history will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Truth in History:Why it matters
Now is the period when politics of post-truth and historical revisionism widespread, and we can’t distinguish between certain information and fake news on SNS. We discuss what contribution historical studies can make to bring solutions to such matters.
Lesson 5: Recent development of physical geography on natural hazards will be introduced  in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 6: The history of American literature will be introduced to students in light of American culture (history, religion, and so on).【Shinsuke Ohchi, July 6】I will teach my class via Teams. I will post a message about my class on the bulletin board in "Momiji."
Lesson 7: History of economics will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 8: History of business administration will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 9: History of law will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.  
Lesson 10: History of politics will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
The aim of this lecture on Political Science is to provide a brief overview of its history, focusing on the political scientists’ endeavors to reach the solid and “objective” foundation of politics.
Lesson 11: History of sociology will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
This lecture discusses the history of anthropology and sociology in relation to other disciplines. It specifically focuses on the emerging field of anthropology/sociology of science, which studies scientific practices by “ethnographic fieldwork”, the qualitative method originally developed to understand “traditional” societies.
Lesson 12: History of psychology and behavioral sciences will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.  
Lesson 13: History of psychology and behavioral sciences will be introduced to students in light of their relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 14: History of education will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
Lesson 15: History of education will be introduced to students in light of its relevance to other academic disciplines.
This session discusses the history of education sciences in relation to other disciplines. Specifically, it focuses on the changes in understanding on educational development in international education development, and education philosophies and theories behind them. 
Text/Reference
Books,etc.
7th Lesson: Will provide lecture notes as required.  
PC or AV used in
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Text, Handout, Audio material, Visual (Video/ PC/ other visual material) 
Suggestions on
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Review
Active discussion among class participants are highly encouraged. 
Requirements Please inform your name, student ID, and email adrress to the TA, Mr. GHULAM DASTGIR, gdkhan.idec@gmail.com if you want to register to this course.

If the attendance is 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 Class participation, reports, and/or exams. 
Practical Experience  
Summary of Practical Experience and Class Contents based on it  
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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