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2017年度 文学部 04176304 近代日本の文化と社会 衣笠 正晃
横断型

This course aims to provide students with a survey of Japanese society and culture in the years between the end ofthe Russo-Japanese War (1905) and the Mukden Incident (1931), often referred to with the term "Taisho Democracy." As this period was marked by social and political trends that anticipated the post-World War II democratized regime, it is hoped that the survey will afford a better understanding of contemporary Japan and its people. The period saw a rapid growth and structural transformation of Japan's economy amidst a disorderly world situation. The major economic change drew people from rural areas to cities, developing the new middle "salaryman" class and its highly Westernized consumer culture; on the other hand, the change led to regional disparities and class distinctions, which in turn created social unrest and cultural divisions on a national scale. This course will explore a wide range of texts taken from such fields as socio-political history, literature, cultural criticism, art history, popular culture, etc., in order to understand the cultural complexity of the era.

2017 Letters 04176304 Culture and Society in Modern Japan KINUGASA Masaaki
University-wide

共通科目コード Common Course Code FLE-XX4F05L3
開講学期 Semester A1A2
開講時限 Period
金曜5限 Fri 5th
単位数 Credits 2
学年 Academic Year Other
他学部聴講 Open to other faculties 可 YES
USTEP生聴講 Permitted to USTEP Students 可 YES
教室 Classroom
法文1号館 112教室
授業使用言語 Language in Lecture 英語 English
講義題目 Title Aspects of Taisho Democracy
授業計画 Schedule 1. Introduction 2. Political History (1) 3. Political History (2) 4. Critique of Impetuous Modernization 5. Education and Elitism (1) 6. Education and Elitism (2) 7. The Family-State Ideology (1) 8. The Family-State Ideology (2) 9. Literature (1) 10. Literature (2) 11. Consumer Culture (1) 12. Consumer Culture (2) 13. Visual Culture 14. Overview
授業の方法 Teaching Methods The course will consist of lectures, discussions and presentations.
成績評価方法 Method of Evaluation Class participation: 40% Short papers: 20% Final paper: 40%
教科書 Required Textbook
Reading materials (all in English) will be provided by the instructor.
参考書 Reference Books Reference materials will be suggested by the instructor as necessary.
履修上の注意 Notes on Taking the Course The schedule may be subject to change based on class size, student interest, and other factors.
学部横断型教育プログラム
University-wide Undergraduate Education Program
国際総合日本学教育プログラム Global Japan Studies Program

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