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開講年度(Academic Year) 2021 
科目コード/科目名
(Course Code / Course Title)
DM436/International Organization 
テーマ/サブタイトル等
(Theme / Subtitle)
Global Issues/ International Organiations / NGOs 
担当者 (Instructor) ジョンソン,S.(JOHNSON STEPHAN) 
時間割 (Class Schedule) 春学期 (Spring Semester) 水曜日(Wed) 5時限(Period 5) オンライン
単位 (Credit) 2単位(2 Credits) 
科目ナンバリング
(Course Number)
ICC3471 
使用言語
(Language)
英語
(English) 
備考 (Notes) 2019年度以前入学者対象 
テキスト用コード (Text Code) DM436 



授業の
目標
Course
Objectives
•Students will be able to use critical and analytical thinking skills to actively engage in problem-solving and policy analysis regarding social, political, economic, and global issues.

•Students will be able to analyze and understand assigned reading selections before applying the highlighted theories and conceptual models underlying the analysis of international development and sustainability.

•Students will be able to apply coherent, logical and interpretive frameworks in order to formulate researchable problems and questions, design and conduct appropriate research, and apply various methods to interpret data and statistics.
 
 
授業の
内容
Course
Contents
What is the role of International Organizations in the global system?

This course considers the contributing factors behind the emergence, development and proliferation of international organizations, as well as the national and local effects of such organizations. We shall discuss the typology of international organizations, their characteristic features and structures. We shall also explore the nature of the international environment, the constraints and opportunities that flow from this environment, the role of an international secretariat, and its scope and limitations.

The course examines the definition and history of International Organizations. The characteristic features of international organizations: struggle, competition and cooperation as forms of international relations; from a peaceful co-existence to co-operation.

We will examine various international bodies: regional organizations of sovereign states, organizations of mixed membership, non-governmental organizations, private voluntary organizations, and entities sponsored at the national level by professional, political, or commercial bodies.

We will explore scholarly writings on International Organizations. 1) Traditional Views: International lawyers; world law school; international government; the realists. 2) The Revisionist Views: Functionalist; neo-functionalists; transactionalists; interdependence; globalists. 3) Marxist Views: Marxism-Leninism; neo-Marxism. 4) Lesser Developed Countries’ Views: Dependency school; developmentalists.

The course will provide students with an introduction to international organizations by exploring their rise, their development in the twentieth century, and will explain their role in the international system. 
 
授業計画
Course
Schedule
1. Introduction and guidance for the course 
2. Introduction to international organizations 
3. Theories and methods 
4. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank 
5. The United Nations 
6. Mid- term Presentations 
7. Mid- term Presentations 
8. The International Labor Organization 
9. The International Court of Justice 
10. The International Criminal Court 
11. The European Union and regional organizations 
12. Final Presentations 
13. Final Presentations 
14. Final Review 
授業時間外
(予習・復習
等)の学習
Study
Required
Outside
of Class
Please refer to the syllabus provided by the instructor in the first class. Homework will be announced at the end of each class. 
成績評価
方法・基準
Evaluation
種類(Kind) 割合(%) 基準(Criteria)
平常点(In-class Points) 100  %
Attendance and active class participation in exercises and group work activities(30%) 、Research essay (30%) 、Journal Entries(20%) 、Presentation(20%)
テキスト
Textbooks
なし
参考文献
Readings
No 著者名
(Author/Editor)
書籍名
(Title)
出版社
(Publisher)
出版年
(Date)
ISBN/ISSN
1. Jan Kalbbers  An Introduction to International Organizations Law   Cambridge  2015  9781107439719 
2. Margaret P. Karns  International Organizations: The Politics and Processes of Global Governance   Lynne Rienner  2015  9781626371514 
3. Jacob Katz Cogan  The Oxford Handbook of International Organizations   Oxford   2017  0199672202 
その他(Others)
その他
(HP等)
Others
(e.g. HP)
注意事項
Notice
It is recommended that the student’s English level is at or above
TOEFL iBT 76,IELTS 6.0, TOEIC 700 , or TOEIC IP 700. 


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