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開講年度(Academic Year) 2021 
科目コード/科目名
(Course Code / Course Title)
DM407/Introduction to International Development and Cooperation 
テーマ/サブタイトル等
(Theme / Subtitle)
Considering International Cooperation 
担当者 (Instructor) 日下部 尚徳(KUSAKABE NAONORI) 
時間割 (Class Schedule) 春学期 (Spring Semester) 火曜日(Tue) 1時限(Period 1) A201(Room)
単位 (Credit) 2単位(2 Credits) 
科目ナンバリング
(Course Number)
ICC2461 
使用言語
(Language)
英語
(English) 
備考 (Notes) 基礎科目(DLP/TBP) 
テキスト用コード (Text Code) DM407 



授業の
目標
Course
Objectives
1. To be able to explain the current state of different fields of international cooperation.
2. To be able to discuss issues at different levels of international cooperation.
3. To be able to consider for each individual how to get involved with international cooperation through participatory learning. 
 
授業の
内容
Course
Contents
International cooperation supports countries and people abroad for the peace and stability of international society. In the midst of global issues such as environmental destruction, the spread of infectious diseases, increasing economic gaps, and regional conflicts becoming grave, the international community is expected to advance efforts towards cooperation and solving such problems.

On the other hand, however, there are endless examples of assistance that does not achieve the planned outcome due to lack of understanding towards the cultures and social structures of so-called developing countries. Therefore, through participatory learning, this course teaches social issues in the international community from the viewpoint of people living in developing countries, and considers how international cooperation should work on the basis of understanding different cultures. 
 
授業計画
Course
Schedule
1. Introduction: Considering international cooperation from a regional standpoint
Icebreaker: Self-introduction of class participants 
2. Issue of “assistance” to be considered through fund-raising campaigns 
3. Challenges of fieldwork in the context of international cooperation 
4. International cooperation from the viewpoint of aid recipients 
5. Types of development projects and their historical evolution 
6. Active learning: To produce a report on the theme instructed in class after participating in Earth Day Tokyo 
7. “What you want to do” and “what you must not do” in international cooperation 
8. International cooperation considered through 100-yen shops 
9. Considering international cooperation as something close to us: Fair Trade 1 
10. Considering international cooperation as something close to us: Fair Trade 2 
11. Workshop “Let’s set up an NGO 1” (to think about how to get involved with international cooperation by ourselves) 
12. Workshop “Let’s set up an NGO 2” (to think about how to get involved with international cooperation by ourselves) 
13. Workshop “Let’s set up an NGO 3” (to think about how to get involved with international cooperation by ourselves) 
14. International cooperation and us 
授業時間外
(予習・復習
等)の学習
Study
Required
Outside
of Class
1 To read the literature and materials instructed in the class in advance.
2 To make clippings of newspaper articles relevant to the course.
3 To submit reports on the issues shown at the end of each class.
4 To preview the topic of the next lecture and understand the meaning of technical terms among other things. 
成績評価
方法・基準
Evaluation
種類(Kind) 割合(%) 基準(Criteria)
平常点(In-class Points) 100  %
最終レポート(Final Report)(30%) 、Small report at each class and class participation(40%) 、Presentation(30%)
備考(Notes)
The criteria for the report assessment are as follows. 1. It sets up an appropriate agenda in line with the course. 2. It explains the background of the set agenda. 3. It exemplifies the issues revealed so far in the set agenda. 4. It discusses how existing theories attempt to solve the issues. 5. Based on existing ideas, it presents its own observations.
テキスト
Textbooks
なし
参考文献
Readings
Will be introduced in the class
その他
(HP等)
Others
(e.g. HP)
This course aims to deepen understanding of international cooperation through lectures, and to build up students’ ability to deliberate on their own through workshops (participatory learning). Active participation in the class and remarks made at workshops are also subject to evaluation. 
注意事項
Notice
 


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