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Special Lecture on Global Society II

Qualitative Approaches to Migration and Integration
This course provides an introduction to key themes and approaches that are central to the
study of migration and integration from a qualitative perspective. Through seminars focusing
on research articles, students will become actively familiar with how migration and integration
scholars problematize specific research topics including media discourses, gender, citizenship, refugee voices and forced return. Emphasis will be placed not just on the case, but also on the design of the research itself, including how research questions are articulated and considered against the backdrop of previous scholarship, and how appropriate methods are chosen to
collect and analyze relevant data. Special attention will be devoted to two methodological
approaches: photography and autoethnography. In addition to actively participating in
classroom discussions, students will also share responsibility for article discussions, and carry out either a small pilot study or design a more elaborate research proposal focusing on a
specific migration or integration related topic. These will be presented for classmates and the
instructor at a final working session.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
31M350-0411A
GAS-GS6A41L3
Special Lecture on Global Society II
BUCKEN Gregory Charles
A1 A2
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教室
21KOMCEE West K401
講義使用言語
英語
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
開講所属
総合文化研究科
授業計画
1. Introduction: Course Objectives and Finding Our Way in A Big and Messy Field 2. Face to Face Encounters with the Immigration and Integration Bureaucracy 3. Migration and Media Discourses 4. Cases in Refugee Admission Policy 5. Methodological Interlude I: Photography 6. Methodological Interlude II: Autoethnography 7. Migrant Voices: Broadening the Scope of Data 8. Gender and Integration 9. Community Case Studies of Integration Programs 10. Problematizing Citizenship 11. Forced Return 12. The Working Session, I: Presentations and Peer Feedback 13. The Working Session, II: Presentations and Peer Feedback (topics subject to change)
授業の方法
Classes will consist of a mix of introductory lectures and seminar discussions regarding assigned reading. Students will be expected to take an active role in the seminar discussion and the final working sessions. Classes are conducted entirely in English, and reading materials will be provided in class.
成績評価方法
Class participation 25% Working session presentation 25% Final report 50%
教科書
Articles to be distributed in class
参考書
None
履修上の注意
None