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International Field Workshop in the US

This course provides students with opportunities to discuss current public policy issues with officials, managerial staff, and experts in government agencies, international organizations, business entities, NPOs, and research institutions in the United States with the following four objectives. First, it helps students identify today’s public policy challenges and learn how to design solutions. Second, it assists students to develop skills to communicate professionally—in written and oral forms—and moderate a meeting discussion. Third, it encourages students to learn how to deliver their messages among public policy practitioners and general public. Fourth, it gives students opportunities to network with professionals to broaden their future career potential.
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5130320-2
GPP-MP6Z30L3
International Field Workshop in the US
西沢 利郎
A2
集中
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講義使用言語
英語
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2
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公共政策学教育部
授業計画
The field workshop is tentatively scheduled for February-March 2023 either in a virtual or in-person format depending on international border restrictions and availability of financial support.
授業の方法
This course is organized as a series of discussion sessions with officials, managerial staff, and experts in government agencies, international organizations, business entities, NPOs, and research institutions in the United States. Under the guidance of the instructor with the given overarching theme, students are required to prepare a proposal for discussion on public policy issues with counterparts at a target organization of their choice. In their own discussion sessions, students are asked to lead and moderate a meeting discussion. Each student is also required to submit a blogpost-style report on the chosen topic enriched by discussion during the field workshop. The total number of students allowed to participate will be limited up to about eight due to the nature of the course involving a series of intensive discussion. The instructor will decide target organizations on the basis of student proposal. Examples of the past host organizations by location are as follows. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, George Washington University, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), JAXA Washington DC, National Institutes of Health (NIH), New America, SpaceX, The Atlantic, U.S.-Japan Council (USJC), and World Bank Group Princeton: Princeton University New York: Columbia University Weatherhead East Asian Institute, ideas42, International Peace Institute, Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations, United Nations Development Programme, UNESCO's Liaison Office to the UN, UN Women, and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
成績評価方法
Course grade will be based on: The course grade will be based on: Preparation 30% Leadership and participation 30% Individual report 40%
教科書
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参考書
Dunleavy, Patrick. 2016. “How to write a blogpost from your journal article in eleven easy steps.” Blog Admin (blog.). LSE, January 25, 2016. The Writing Center, University of Wisconsin–Madison. Writing an Effective Blog Post. Part III of the following manual is a standard reference for writers with the recommended editorial style based on The Chicago Manual of Style. Turabian et al. 2018. A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 9th Edition. Kindle Edition. The University of Chicago Press. US$12.99.
履修上の注意
Students willing to take this course need to pass a pre-registration screening to be held before the A2 registration period (December 6-12). To help students better understand the objective and procedure, an information session will be held in mid-November. The total number of students allowed to participate will be limited up to about eight in a virtual format due to the nature of the course involving a series of intensive discussion. In case of an in-person format, the total number depends on availability of financial support. Please do not count credits for this course to satisfy your completion requirements if you plan to graduate in March 2023.
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