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Course Code etc
Academic Year 2023
College College of Community and Human Services
Course Code lottery registration
Theme・Subtitle 新座をフィールドとして地域学を実践する
Class Format Face to face (all classes are face-to-face)
Campus Niiza
Semester Spring Semester
DayPeriod・Room Tue.3・N333
Credit 2
Course Number CMC2100
Language Japanese
Notes 2023年度以降入学者対象
人数制限60名
他学科生履修不可
Text Code IC323

【Course Objectives】

The goals of this course are to
(1) Deepen understanding and interest in the area around the Niiza Campus through dialogue with various guest speakers in Niiza.
(2) Learn the basic methods and tools to research regions and local communities.
(3) Cultivate the independence and research ability by conducting a survey on the area of interest and making presentations and discussions with students.

【Course Contents】

Regionology is the study of how a region is formed in the connection between time and space (Yamashita 2020). Based on the following two characteristics, this course aims to give mutual intellectual stimulation to teachers and students by approaching regional studies from various angles.

(1) Invitation to regional studies through dialogue with guest speakers: To learn about Niiza, where the Niiza Campus is located, from various angles, historical researcher familiar with Niiza and Musashino, staff of Niiza City Hall, priest of temple engaged in social activities, and representative of NPO working on support for the elderly and people with disabilities. The above eight guest speakers will have a dialogue with teachers and students.

(2) Attempt of regional studies by students: In parallel with (1), ask the students to research on a common theme, explore local issues and resources, and suggest a solution, with the advice of the teachers. Finally, a presentation will be held between the students and teachers.

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