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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 113

Hunting Justice
This seminar examines the theories and practices of justice related to hunting from past to the present. It aims to broaden and deepen our understanding of the in/appropriateness, il/legitimacy, and other problems associated with the hunting worldwide. To be clear, this seminar does not aim to advocate and justify the killing of animals, but is interested in the legal and philosophical discussion of hunting practices.
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コース名
教員
学期
時限
4971130
GII-IA6113L3
Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 113
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A1 A2
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教室
法文1号館 B6演習室
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
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授業計画
1) ORIENTATION 2) Concept and theories of hunting 3) Roman law and hunting 4) The “free-capture” and the royal hunting reserve in Medieval England 5) Hunting law in Germanic tradition 6) The hunt of Shogun and Daimyo in Tokugawa Japan 7) Law and justice regarding the Mulan reserve for royal hunting in Qing China 8) Hunting practice and law in the Choson dynasty 9) Hunting law and justice in modern Japan 10) The justice of Japan’s whale hunting 11) Pierson v. Post: The problem of ownership of the game 12) Indigenous hunting rights and justice 13) Liability and responsibility in hunting
授業の方法
Each seminar, except for the ORIENTATION, consists of a single participant presentation and a following discussion. Presentation element: One of the participants will deliver a 25-minute presentation on the scheduled topic at the beginning of a seminar. The presentation can be solely based on previously offered readings, but exploration of additional sources (especially primary ones) for seminar presentations is highly recommended. The presenter can prepare questions for open discussion. Discussion element: Questions regarding the content of either the presentation or readings can be freely raised. A comparative perspective in discussions will be encouraged.
成績評価方法
・Seminar preparation (30%) ・Seminar participation (30%) ・A final essay about hunting justice or law (40%). The evaluation of the final essay (3,000-words in English) will consider the thematic significance and the professionalism of the writing.
教科書
N/A
参考書
Will be informed at the ORIENTATION.
履修上の注意
English proficiency, especially in speaking, is required. Enthusiastic participants from various specialties, such as law, philosophy, history, area studies, urban design, and field science would be welcomed.