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開講年度(Academic Year) 2021 
科目コード/科目名
(Course Code / Course Title)
KN306/Good Business Initiative Workshop 
テーマ/サブタイトル等
(Theme / Subtitle)
Can 36 questions spark action? 
担当者 (Instructor) レヘトネン ミーッカユハニ(LEHTONEN, MIIKKA JUHANI) 
時間割 (Class Schedule) 秋学期 (Fall Semester) 木曜日(Thu) 4時限(Period 4) 5405(Room)
単位 (Credit) 2単位(2 Credits) 
科目ナンバリング
(Course Number)
MIB6211 
使用言語
(Language)
英語
(English) 
備考 (Notes)  
テキスト用コード (Text Code) KN306 



授業の
目標
Course
Objectives
Learning outcomes for this course, upon successful completion, include the ability to: 1) understand the importance of interpersonal relationships when doing good; 2) reflect on how theories can spark action; 3) conduct design research as a means to develop new concepts; and 4) apply the course contents for concrete outcomes outside the university  
 
授業の
内容
Course
Contents
"We believe the foundations of social, cultural, and economic prosperity to be built on meaningful connections. To this end, through this student-led intervention the aim is to speculate whether it is possible to establish connections not only with other people but, perhaps most importantly, with ourselves. This, in turn, would serve as the foundations for creating good in the surrounding context (societal and environmental impact).

Drawing on a psychological study on interpersonal closeness (Aron et al., 1997), the focus of this course is to come up with 36 questions that might lead to positive action (an application of the ""36 questions that make you fall in love with a stranger"" experiment). More specifically, attention will be devoted also to reflecting on what ""good"" or ""positive"" might mean in the context of society, environment, and business."  
 
授業計画
Course
Schedule
1. Introduction to the course, pedagogical philosophy, practicalities, team formation 
2. What is "good" or "positive"? Unpacking impact and consequences 
3. Achieving good through collective efforts: how do we organize ourselves? 
4. Research phase: understanding what are the questions we need to ask 
5. First attempt at creating the questions 
6. Testing the questions: iterative development in design and why we should care about it 
7. Reflections on user research: where do we go from here? 
8. Second attempt at creating the questions 
9. Testing the questions 2: practice makes perfect 
10. Problem and solution space: what iterative development tells us about what is "good" or "positive"? 
11. Dress rehearsal: or calm before the storm? 
12. Final presentations 
13. Final reflections and AMA (Ask Me Anything) 
14. Final exam 
授業時間外
(予習・復習
等)の学習
Study
Required
Outside
of Class
Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the readings and / or the episodes designated for each session. Also, kindly note that you are expected to work on the team assignment between the sessions.  
成績評価
方法・基準
Evaluation
種類(Kind) 割合(%) 基準(Criteria)
平常点(In-class Points) 100  %
最終テスト(Final Test)(25%) 、最終レポート(Final Report)(40%) 、Active class participation(15%) 、Individual learning diary(20%)
テキスト
Textbooks
No 著者名
(Author/Editor)
書籍名
(Title)
出版社
(Publisher)
出版年
(Date)
ISBN/ISSN
1. Hannah Arendt  Between Past and Future   Penguin Classics  2006  ISBN-10: 0143104810 
その他(Others)
2021年8月11日付変更(変更理由:教科書変更のため)[変更前]bell hooks, All about love, William Morrow Paperbacks, 2018, 978-0060959470
参考文献
Readings
Additional readings will be provided by the instructor during the first session of the course.
Nordic Rebels (www.nordicrebels.com) videos and podcasts will also be utilized.
その他
(HP等)
Others
(e.g. HP)
注意事項
Notice
 


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