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国際政治演習

This course is designed to offer an overview of Japan’s experience in modernization and how it has extended its assistance to other countries’ modernizing efforts. As the first non-western country to modernize, Japan’s experience, both positive and negative, presents an important reference point for other countries to investigate. This course is conducted in cooperation with JICA, the Japan International Cooperation Agency. Those taking part in the JICA Development Studies Program are required to take this course, while other students are most welcome to take part.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
0121007S
FLA-SE4709S2
国際政治演習
高原 明生
S1 S2
金曜5限
マイリストに追加
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教室
講義使用言語
日本語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
不可
開講所属
法学部
授業計画
1.Start of Japan’s Modernization – Meiji Restoration (Shinichi Kitaoka, Emeritus Professor, The University of Tokyo, and President of JICA) 4/9 2.Modernization of Japan’s Administrative System (Izuru Makihara, Professor, The University of Tokyo) 4/16 3.Japan’s Quest for Sovereignty (Kaoru Iokibe, Professor, The University of Tokyo) 4/23 4.“Modernization” of Japan’s Legal System (Kentaro Matsubara, Professor, The University of Tokyo) 4/30 5.Modernization and the International Economy (Toshiro Nishizawa, Professor, The University of Tokyo) 5/7 6.Economic Growth and Industrial Policy(Ryozo Hayashi, Visiting Professor, The University of Tokyo) 5/21 7.Japan’s ODA for Rule of Law Promotion (Hiroyuki Sawada, JICA) 5/28 8.Quality Infrastructure and Japan’s ODA (Junichi Yamada, Senior Vice President, JICA) 6/4 9.History of Japan’s ODA (Hiroshi Kato, Professor, International University) 6/11 10.Japan’s ODA for Human Resource development (Nobuko Kayashima, JICA) 6/18 11.Emerging Powers and Japan’s ODA: Special Focus on China (Naohiro Kitano, Professor, Waseda University) 6/25 12.Student presentation (Akio Takahara, Professor, The University of Tokyo) 7/2 13.Student presentation (Akio Takahara, Professor, The University of Tokyo) 7/9
授業の方法
Roughly half of the course will be taught by professors of The University of Tokyo and the other half by current and former members of JICA. Each week a different topic is covered by a lecturer with the expertise. Each class will be divided into lecture and discussion.
成績評価方法
Grade evaluation will be made on the student’s attendance, presentation and term paper. (There could be changes depending on the size of the class.)
教科書
There will be no specific textbook.
参考書
Readings will be assigned prior to the class when needed.
履修上の注意
Those taking part in the JICA Development Studies Program are required to take this course, while other students are most welcome to take part.