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     2023 年度 前期  教養学部 日英区分 :日本語 
  
*Seminar in Contemporary Japanese Social Theory I
Seminar in Contemporary Japanese Social Theory I
  
ナンバリング 科目分野
GEOG5032   教養学部専門
担当教員(ローマ字表記)
  キーナー,ヨハネス [Kiener Johannes]
対象学生 対象年次 単位数
    2
必修・指定選択・選択の別 曜日時限 教室
  木3 教養学部-32
科目群 講義番号
  FB22198
クラス指定  
This course is taught in English.
 
他との関連(関連項目)  
Seminar in Contemporary Japanese Social Theory II, Colloquium in Social Geography I, 社会地理学演習Ⅱ
 
履修条件(授業に必要な既修得科目または前提知識)  
basic English skills
 
テーマ・副題  
The Development of Housing in the Postwar Period
 
授業科目の到達目標  
This course has three major objectives:
1) Learning about the development of housing in postwar Japan
2) Learning about cities in postwar Japan
3) Deepening of research and presentation skills
 
『ディプロマ・ポリシー』を含む学部・研究科・学科等の学修・教育目標との関連  
Diploma Policy of the Faculty of Liberal Arts:
1) "Matters related to the acquisition of in-depth specialized knowledge"
3) "Matters related to the acquisition of universal abilities that allow knowledge to be utilized"
 
授業キーワード  
housing, Japanese cities, postwar Japan
 
授業の内容  
This course is concerned with the development of housing in Japan between 1945, the end of the Second World War, and the beginning of the 1990s, marked by the burst of the economic bubble. In the postwar period owner-occupied detached housing that spread over the vast suburbs of major Japanese cities became the mainstream. Along with the policies and urban conditions that led to this development, also issues regarding the housing situation and urban planning will be discussed.
 
授業の方法  
This course is a seminar, that requires students to do readings and discuss actively during class. Further, all students are required to give a presentation on a topic they have researched and write a short report.
 
事前準備学修・事後展開学修  
This class requires students to read texts and prepare presentations in advance and write comments and reports after the class. These tasks will take on average about five hours every week.
 
授業展開(スケジュール)  
Week 1: Introduction and overview
Week 2: Introduction to the seminar topic 1
Week 3: Introduction to the seminar topic 2
Week 4: Introduction to the seminar topic 3
Week 5: Reading of key texts 1
Week 6: Reading of key texts 2
Week 7: Reading of key texts 3
Week 8: Reading of key texts 4
Week 9: Reading of key texts 5
Week 10: Reading of key texts 6
Week 11: Student presentations 1
Week 12: Student presentations 2
Week 13: Student presentations 3
Week 14: Student presentations 4
Week 15: Final discussion
(This schedule might be changed in the case the number of participants requires it)
 
授業の詳細(履修登録学生のみ閲覧可)  
WebClassへ
 
成績評価の方法と観点  
Students will be evaluated based on written comments on the lectures and literature, as well as on presentations and reports based on their own research.

Comments: Account for 30% of the final grade and are required in week 1-10
Presentations: Account for 40% of the final grade and are held in week 5-14
Reports: Account for 30% of the final grade and can be submitted until week 16
 
成績評価基準  
In accordance with the Regulations Concerning Accreditation of Credit Acquisition of Saitama University, students are evaluated as follows according to how well they have accomplished the achievement targets of the class.
"Exceeded the achievement targets and excellent performance in all areas" =GP:4 = S
"Exceeded the achievement targets and excellent performance in some areas" =GP:3.5 = A+
"Exceeded the achievement targets" =GP:3 = A
"Accomplished the achievement targets satisfactory and excellent performance in some areas" =GP:2.5 = B+
"Accomplished the achievement target satisfactory" =GP:2 = B
"Accomplished the minimum of the achievement targets and exceeded the standard of B in some areas" =GP:1.5 = C+
"Accomplished the minimum of the achievement targets" =GP:1 = C
"Did not accomplish the achievement targets" =GP:0 = D
"Insufficient material for evaluation" =GP:0 = F
 
テキスト  
備考 Texts that will be discussed during class can be downloaded from WebClass.
 
参考図書  
備考 Suggestions for further reading will be provided during class.
 
学生へのメッセージ  
Housing in Japan is often associated with small living spaces, high rents or long commuting times. Why did housing develop like this in Japan? How are this kind of housing and associated problems interpreted in the academic literature? And how do people live who are excluded from this housing system? All students who are interested in questions like these are very welcome to join this course!
 
人数制限 ※詳細は「その他・備考」欄を参照してください。  
This class is primarily for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
 
連絡先(電話番号)  
048-858-3071
 
連絡先(メールアドレス)  
johannes@mail.saitama-u.ac.jp
 
オフィスアワー  
after class or by appointment
 
連絡先(ホームページ、その他)  
http://s-read.saitama-u.ac.jp/researchers/pages/researcher/NtQHVRGG
 
関連ホームページ  
 
その他・備考  
 
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