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31478
CAS-FC1520S1
初年次ゼミナール理科
First-Year Seminar for Natural Sciences Students
芳賀 猛
Takeshi Haga
S1S2 月曜4限
Mon 4th
ワンヘルスと感染症を考える

ワンヘルス(One Health)は、人、動物、環境は相互に密接な関係があり、それらを総合的に良い状態にすることが真の健康である、という概念です。グローバル化が加速し、世界的な人口増加の中、環境・食糧・感染症といった、人類共通の課題がクローズアップされてきます。このような課題の克服には、世界は一つ、健康も一つ ”One World, One Health” の観点から、地球規模で、分野横断的なアプローチが求められます。 この講義では、獣医学と農学国際の専門家が担当します。前半は日本の事情を中心に、後半は途上国の事情を中心に、ワンヘルスと感染症という観点から、動物や人類との関わりをトピックごとに考えます。講義の中では、現状を調査して課題についてグループディスカッションを行い、多様な意見を交換することで課題解決への糸口を探ります。 講義の折り返し時点で、文京区弥生にある農学部キャンパスを見学する機会を設けています。ここでは、東大農学部の教授であった上野博士の忠犬ハチ公の臓器を教材に、犬の健康を侵すフィラリアを学んだり、農学部キャンパスにある世界動物保健機構(OIE)のアジア太平洋事務所の協力を得て国際機関の役割を紹介し、テーマについての理解を深めます。

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 21KOMCEE West K501 21 KOMCEE West Room K501
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
31482
CAS-FC1520S1
初年次ゼミナール理科
First-Year Seminar for Natural Sciences Students
伊藤 直樹
Naoki Ito
S1S2 火曜4限
Tue 4th
食料の“健康”を考えてみる

人類は有史以来、食料を効率的に生産することに多大な努力を払い、様々な植物、畜産物、そして水産物のdomesticationを成し遂げてきました。世界規模での人口増加が予想される現在、効率的食料生産技術開発の重要性はますます増加していくと予想されます。 一方で、このような効率性食料生産技術に起因する様々な問題も顕在化しています。例えば、高密度環境での生産は病原体の伝搬が起こりやすく、また生産対象生物の移動に伴う病原体の移動は、感染症の拡大をもたらします。人工飼育条件下で与えられる人為的な餌が、生産対象種の健康に影響を及ぼす例も知られています。 『食』は人類が生きていくためには必須な存在です。そのため、人類社会の持続的発展には、食料生産技術に関連する課題への解決も求められることになります。 本講義では、水産学と獣医学の専門家が担当します。前半は水産生物、後半は畜産物を中心に、“健康”に関連するトピックごとに考えていきます。講義の中では、関連する資料に基づいてグループディスカッションを行い、討議を通じて問題の理解と課題解決への道筋を探っていきます。 講義の一部で、実際の食料生産・供給現場を訪問することで、食料を安全に提供することに対してどのような取り組みを実施しているか、また、それが限りなく完全に実施されるためには、どのような仕組みを取り入れているか、また、規制当局の関与についても学んでいきます。

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 情報教育棟 E38教室 Komaba Information Education Bldg. Room E38
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
060330153
FAG-CV5V34L1
獣医事法規
Veterinary Laws
杉浦 勝明
Katsuaki Sugiura
S1 火曜2限
Tue 2nd
獣医師として必要な法律を学ぶ

獣医師には、獣医師法に基づき獣医師という名称の独占使用権と動物の診療業務の独占権が与えられる一方で、様々な法律により様々な責務・義務が課せられる。本授業科目では、獣医師法・獣医療法のほか、獣医師の責務・義務を定めた家畜衛生関連法規、公衆衛生関連法規および動物の愛護および保護に関する法規などを基本知識として学習する。

単位 Credit:1
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: フードサイエンス棟 講義室 Food Science Bldg. Lecture Room,Faculty of Agriculture
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
5175002
GPP-DP6P80L3
国際安全保障研究:政治学系(New Dimensions of Security in the Risk Age)
International Security: Politics(New Dimensions of Security in the Risk Age)
HENG Yee Kuang
HENG Yee Kuang
S1S2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd
Why does the World Economic Forum publish its annual Global Risks Report and how does it arrive at its findings? As governments such as the United Kingdom issue National Risk Registers to guide policy makers, this module allows students to examine the security dimensions of living in what sociologists have termed a ‘World Risk Society’. It highlights the new nature of vulnerability in an era of contested and often risky science, as well as the impact of globalization on how we conceptualise and think about security. The module shows how key stakeholders such as industry, media, governments and politicians have to play crucial roles in not only shaping responses to these perceived risks, but also how to appropriately manage them. Students will be introduced to dilemmas and challenges that security risks pose for policy makers in the post-Cold War era from Kosovo, the 9/11 terror attacks, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and most recently the rise of so-called Islamic State. Concepts such as Security Paradigm Shifts, Omission versus Commission; the Risk Calculus, and Precautionary Principle will be discussed. While these issues are not necessarily new in a historical sense, this module shows how they have garnered renewed attention through the prism of risk. Students then analyse a range of global risks such as terrorism, cyber-attacks, pandemics and climate change that threaten global critical infrastructure in domains such as aviation, financial, IT, and maritime networks and space communications. Policy responses and governing by risk are finally surveyed, from data trawling, biometrics and risk profiling to crowd sourcing and horizon scanning in National Risk Assessment Exercises.

The following outcomes are emphasized: 1. An ability to understand and evaluate a range of new security challenges and policy responses in a World Risk Society interconnected through globalization and technology 2. The linkage between industry, media, politics, and science and its relevance to global security affairs 3. The ability to collate and evaluate arguments from different sources and theoretical perspectives 4. The ability to formulate and articulate views coherently in written and oral forms 5. Critical thinking, analytical and reading skills

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5122135
GPP-MP6P20L3
New Dimensions of Security in the Risk Age
New Dimensions of Security in the Risk Age
HENG Yee Kuang
HENG Yee Kuang
S1S2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd
Why does the World Economic Forum publish its annual Global Risks Report and how does it arrive at its findings? As governments such as the United Kingdom issue National Risk Registers to guide policy makers, this module allows students to examine the security dimensions of living in what sociologists have termed a ‘World Risk Society’. It highlights the new nature of vulnerability in an era of contested and often risky science, as well as the impact of globalization on how we conceptualise and think about security. The module shows how key stakeholders such as industry, media, governments and politicians have to play crucial roles in not only shaping responses to these perceived risks, but also how to appropriately manage them. Students will be introduced to dilemmas and challenges that security risks pose for policy makers in the post-Cold War era from Kosovo, the 9/11 terror attacks, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and most recently the rise of so-called Islamic State. Concepts such as Security Paradigm Shifts, Omission versus Commission; the Risk Calculus, and Precautionary Principle will be discussed. While these issues are not necessarily new in a historical sense, this module shows how they have garnered renewed attention through the prism of risk. Students then analyse a range of global risks such as terrorism, cyber-attacks, pandemics and climate change that threaten global critical infrastructure in domains such as aviation, financial, IT, and maritime networks and space communications. Policy responses and governing by risk are finally surveyed, from data trawling, biometrics and risk profiling to crowd sourcing and horizon scanning in National Risk Assessment Exercises.

The following outcomes are emphasized: 1. An ability to understand and evaluate a range of new security challenges and policy responses in a World Risk Society interconnected through globalization and technology 2. The linkage between industry, media, politics, and science and its relevance to global security affairs 3. The ability to collate and evaluate arguments from different sources and theoretical perspectives 4. The ability to formulate and articulate views coherently in written and oral forms 5. Critical thinking, analytical and reading skills

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5175001
GPP-DP6P80L3
国際安全保障研究:政治学系(Security Studies)
International Security: Politics(Security Studies)
HENG Yee Kuang
HENG Yee Kuang
A1A2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd

The aim of this module is to introduce students to key concepts and issues that constitute the agenda of Security Studies today. It stresses different approaches to understanding security; and the key ongoing transitions and drivers within the global system, which has led to a mix of both ‘old’ and ‘new’ security challenges to be addressed. Various historical and theoretical debates on what might be termed ‘classical’ or ‘old’ security concepts in the 21st century are examined, such as the role of Great Powers, the Security Dilemma, Arms Races; territorial disputes and geo-political competition. At the same time, it also enables students to understand current debates about the impact of globalization on security through studying issues such as trans-national terrorism; the spread of infectious diseases and ethnic conflicts. These may be loosely labelled the ‘new’ security agenda. It is anticipated that students will develop a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the complexities of the global system in the 21st century. Through prescribed academic writings, students are directed to the linkage between emerging global events and to think critically about how the global security agenda of the new millennium will be shaped by drivers of change such as globalisation and major power transitions. The following outcomes are emphasized: 1. An ability to approach both theoretical debates and foreign policy outcomes with diverse analytical tools 2. The ability to collate and evaluate arguments from different sources and perspectives 3. The ability to formulate and articulate views coherently in written and oral forms 4. Critical thinking, analytical and reading skills

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5112270
GPP-MP5P10L3
Security Studies
Security Studies
HENG Yee Kuang
HENG Yee Kuang
A1A2 月曜3限
Mon 3rd

The aim of this module is to introduce students to key concepts and issues that constitute the agenda of Security Studies today. It stresses different approaches to understanding security; and the key ongoing transitions and drivers within the global system, which has led to a mix of both ‘old’ and ‘new’ security challenges to be addressed. Various historical and theoretical debates on what might be termed ‘classical’ or ‘old’ security concepts in the 21st century are examined, such as the role of Great Powers, the Security Dilemma, Arms Races; territorial disputes and geo-political competition. At the same time, it also enables students to understand current debates about the impact of globalization on security through studying issues such as trans-national terrorism; the spread of infectious diseases and ethnic conflicts. These may be loosely labelled the ‘new’ security agenda. It is anticipated that students will develop a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the complexities of the global system in the 21st century. Through prescribed academic writings, students are directed to the linkage between emerging global events and to think critically about how the global security agenda of the new millennium will be shaped by drivers of change such as globalisation and major power transitions. The following outcomes are emphasized: 1. An ability to approach both theoretical debates and foreign policy outcomes with diverse analytical tools 2. The ability to collate and evaluate arguments from different sources and perspectives 3. The ability to formulate and articulate views coherently in written and oral forms 4. Critical thinking, analytical and reading skills

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room A
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5140404-2
GPP-MP6Z40S3
Case Study (Foreign Policy of Japan II)
Case Study (Foreign Policy of Japan II)
竹内 春久
TAKEUCHI Haruhisa
A1A2 水曜4限
Wed 4th

The International community and the Asia Pacific region in particular is going through rapid structural changes which represent both opportunities and challenges to the region and to the world. The course will review and discuss the contemporary Japanese foreign and security policy and will focus on such areas as regional integration, economic policy of Japan and its foreign policy implication and soft power. The detail will be announced later. Throughout the course, the lecturer, a former diplomat, will endeavor to share with the students his experience as a practitioner. As appropriate, guest speakers will be invited to discuss current affairs.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5130248
GPP-MP6Z30L3
Introduction to Cybersecurity Policy
Introduction to Cybersecurity Policy
林 良造
HAYASHI Ryozo
S1S2 火曜4限
Tue 4th

Overview: This course introduces students to the issues of security operations surrounding information system and internet communications in Japan and around the world, by focusing on security challenges arising from the globalization of internet, the sharing of networks, complex web of digital technology, and strategic communications. The course will enable students to understand how and why cybersecurity has drawn an increasing concern and driven the nation for development of strategies and policy at both national/international level. This course does not require significant skills or experience in information technology. Course Objectives The course objectives include but not limited to ● Understanding the policy issues that center on critical infrastructure protections, international relations, business continuity, and risk/crisis management to protect intellectual property, assets, reputation, and other organizational assets from any threat or attack related to cybersecurity. ● Understanding the role of technical standards to supplement legal and regulatory requirements; ● Analyzing critical incidents including data breaches or related events to design and implement organizational strategies to address such risks; ● Gaining a basic understanding for future technical and other research in security (whether it is public or public sector) ● Gaining a basic grounding for policy via the examination of current research issues and problems ● Gaining experience handling real-world security policy challenges through analysis of public documents and artifacts using written and oral communication. ● Developing the multidisciplinary skills needed to analyze, manage, and resolve the challenges associated with public policy, international relations, and governance. ● Students are encouraged to take experiment provided by Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies/Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室D International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room D
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5140079
GPP-MP6Z40S3
Case Study (Cybersecurity)
Case Study (Cybersecurity)
林 良造
HAYASHI Ryozo
A1A2 火曜5限
Tue 5th
Adequate topic will be decide.

The course objectives include but not limited to ● Understanding the policy issues that center on international relations, business continuity, and risk/crisis management to protect intellectual property, assets, reputation, and other organizational assets from any threat or attack related to cybersecurity. ● Understanding the role of technical standards to supplement legal and regulatory requirements; ● Analyzing critical incidents including data breaches or related events to design and implement organizational strategies to address such risks; ● Gaining a basic understanding for future technical and other research in security (whether it is public or public sector) ● Gaining a basic grounding for policy via the examination of current research issues and prob-lems ● Gaining experience handling real-world security policy challenges through analysis of public documents and artifacts using written and oral communication. ● Developing the multidisciplinary skills needed to analyze, manage, and resolve the challenges associated with public policy, international relations, and governance. ● Students are encouraged to take experiment provided by Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies/Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室E International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room E
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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