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制度種別

単位互換/京カレッジ

受講形態(京カレッジ)

科目等履修生・聴講生

科目コード

I104

科目名

Introduction to Peace Studies

開講大学名

立命館大学

学内科目コード

15066

学内科目名

Introduction to Peace Studies

連絡先

【衣笠教学課】 TEL:075-465-8310

担当教員

クロス 京子

開講期間

2022年4月6日(水)〜2022年7月22日(金)
1講時9:00~10:30(毎週金曜日)

単位数

2

開講期

前期・春学期

授業形式

対面授業(オンキャンパス)・オンライン併用

遠隔授業として実施する

実施しない

受講料
(単位互換履修生は不要)

京カレッジ生の方のみ、以下の受講料が必要です。・科目等履修生:43,600円 ・聴講生:25,800円

対象年次

1回生以上

授業定員

単位互換定員

10

京カレッジ定員

10

会場

衣笠キャンパス

試験・評価方法

【平常点評価】100%
End of term research paper (2000 words): 30%
Oral Presentations: 20%
Participation in discussion, assignments and writing comments in class: 50%

超過時の選考方法

書類選考

別途負担費用

なし

その他特記事項

本講義は、英語開講科目です。
本講義の受講目安は、TOEFLITP520点(iBT68点)以上です。

■教室案内
「立命館大学の開講科目を受講する皆様へ」から確認してください。
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/ac/kyomu/kyotuu/renraku.html

※ 補講日や祝日授業日など、学年暦は立命館大学HPから確認してください。
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/profile/info/calendar/

■新型コロナウイルス感染症への対応情報について
立命館大学では、新型コロナウイルス感染症に対する独自の行動指針(BCP)を設け、
BCPレベルに応じて授業実施形態や入構制限等を判断しています。
立命館大学の行動指針(BCP)や入構制限状況、その新型コロナウイルス感染症への対策等の情報は以下HPからご確認ください。

<新型コロナウイルス感染症に関する特設ページ>
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/news/detail/?id=1679#page-title1

※シラバスの内容は本掲載内容から変更になることがありますので、立命館大学HPから最新のシラバスを確認してください。
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/ac/kyomu/gaku/onlinesyllabus.htm

【諸手続】(単位互換生のみ)
立命館大学では、4/6(水)から順次春学期の授業が始まります。
本科目の受講を希望する場合、受講が許可される前に立命館大学のシステムを利用するための仮受講用IDを発行します。出願手続きとは別に、下記ホームページで仮受講の案内を確認し、仮受講用IDの発行手続きを行ってください。
<仮受講用ID発行手続案内ホームページ>
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/ac/kyomu/kyotuu/renraku.html

受講が許可された場合は下記ホームページで手続の案内をしますので、必ず期間内に手続して、特別聴講生証を受け取ってください。期間内に指定の手続のない方は、試験の受験や通常授業の受講ができませんので注意してください。
<受講手続案内ホームページ>
http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/ac/kyomu/kyotuu/renraku.html

低回生受講推奨科目

講義概要・到達目標

【授業の概要と方法 / Course Outline and Method】
This course reviews a wide range of theories exploring the nature and causes of conflict, the possibilities for conflict resolution, and the foundations of peace.

The course consists of two parts: the first part looks at the nature and causes of conflicts and introduces the basic field of inquiry. We will theoretically identify non-violent/violent conflict causes from various levels; the second part discusses theoretical and practical approaches to prevent and resolve conflicts peacefully.

【受講生の到達目標 / Student Attainment Objectives】
1. To be able to grasp knowledge of the theories associated with peace studies.
2. To be able to identify what are the causes of non-violent/violent conflicts.
3. To be able to form and express individual and original perspectives and opinions about
ways to prevent and resolve conflicts peacefully.

【授業外学習の指示 / Recommendations for Private Study】
Students are expected to read newspapers and books on related issues outside class.

【授業内外における学生・教員間のコミュニケーションの方法】
manaba+R,学生との直接対話,その他(教員より別途指示)
Learning Management System (manaba+R),Talk with Students,Other (Separate instructions will be provided)

講義スケジュール

Class 1
Orientation (on-line live streaming class)
<キーワード>
Introduction of the course and peace studies

Class 2
Nature and causes of conflicts (face-to-face class)
1)Between individuals: tension, friction
<キーワード>
violence triangle

Class 3
Nature and causes of conflicts (on-demand web-based class)
2)Between individuals
<キーワード>
“Bowling for Columbine"

Class 4
Nature and causes of conflicts (face-to-face class)
3)Between groups: gender, class system
<キーワード>
Presentations: caste system, honour killings

Class 5
Nature and causes of conflicts (face-to-face class)
1) Between individuals: gender, class system
<キーワード>
Discussion: bacha bazi

Class 6
Nature and causes of conflicts (on-demand web-based class)
2) Between groups: racial discriminations
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Lecture topic: Apartheid
Presentations: hate speech/hate crime (xenophobia)

Class 7
Nature and causes of conflicts (on-demand web-based class)
2) Between groups: ethnic and religious violence, civil wars
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Lecture topic: genocide, ethnic cleansing

Class 8
Nature and causes of conflicts (face-to-face class)
2) Between groups: ethnic and religious violence, civil wars
<キーワード>
Presentations: Rohingya genocide, Bosnia ethnic cleansing

Class 9
Discussion and proposal for ways to resolve the current global issue (on-demand web-based class)
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Lecture topic: Grass-roots peace movement, Liberia women’s mass action for peace

Class 10
Discussion and proposals for ways to resolve current global issues (on-demand web-based class)
3) Between states: international disputes
<キーワード>
Lecture topic: Whaling

Class 11
Discussion and proposals for ways to resolve current global issues (face-to-face class)
3) Between states: international disputes
<キーワード>
Discussion: Whaling, Pandemic

Class 12
Discussion and proposals for ways to resolve current global issues (face-to-face class)
3) Between states: international disputes
<キーワード>
Presentation: climate change, refugee protection

Class 13
Discussion and proposals for ways to resolve current global issues (on-demand web-based class)
3) Between states: international conflicts
<キーワード>
Lecture topic: Historical issues, reconciliation between Japan and US/Asian countries

Class 14
Discussion and proposals for ways to resolve current global issues (face-to-face class)
3) Between states: international conflicts
<キーワード>
Presentation: comfort women, colonialism

Class 15
Conclusion (face-to-face class)
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Review and discussion


【授業実施形態】
<BCP Level 1 or 2>
At least half the total number of classes or more (8 times) is to be conducted by hybrid format (face-to-face + online assistance). Remaining classes to be conducted online
※1※2※3※4※5

<BCP Level 3 or 4>
All classes are to be conducted online in principle. ※1※2※3※4※5
※1 First class for all courses will be conducted online or hybrid (face-to-face and online) format. If conducting online classes, further information including class format will be announced on manaba+R for each course.
※2 Contact information of the instructor will be shared on manaba+R before the first class.
※3 If BCP Level is raised to Level 3 and above during the semester, all classes will be switched to online format as a general measure. There may be cases where face-to-face classes or hybrid classes are conducted even under BCP Level 3 or 4 depending on the situation.
※4 If any of the below criteria apply to students and they are not able to attend face-to-face class, online supplementary lesson materials will be provided for the entire course by the instructor. Please inform each instructor in advance; by around and before the 1st class of the course.
※5 If the BCP level changes during the semester, the class format will change in line with the new BCP level.

[Eligibility Criteria for Online Supplementary Lesson Materials]
(1) Students are at greater risk of severe illness if contracting COVID-19 due to underlying or pre-existing medical conditions (*1).
(2) Students living with a family member with a greater risk of severe illness if contracting COVID-19 due to underlying or pre-existing medical conditions (*1).
(3) Students who are unable to enter or leave the country due to border control.

(*1): An underlying or pre-existing medical condition defined by the Japanese government is; respiratory illness, diabetes, and cardiac illness.

※ Please refer to 1. Measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from the link below in regards to the Ritsumeikan University BCP level.
http://en.ritsumei.ac.jp/news/detail/?id=475

教科書

参考書

以下の「書名」「著者」「出版社」を参照
「書名」Approaches to Peace: A Reader in Peace Studies
「著者」David P. Barash
「出版社」 Oxford University Press

「書名」International Politics: Enduring Concepts and Contemporary Issues
「著者」Robert J Art and Robert Jervis
「出版社」Person

「書名」Contemporary Conflict Resolution
「著者」Oliver Ramsabotham, Tom Woodhouse and Hugh Miall
「出版社」Polity

出願開始

出願終了

承認結果公開日

2022-04-15 05:00:00