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慶應義塾大学湘南藤沢キャンパス
授業概要(シラバス)


開発とローカリズム (ティースマイヤ, リン

    2007年度秋学期 木曜日2時限
    科目コード: 65020 / 2単位
    カテゴリ: 4.プログラム科目-併設科目(大学院)


1. 主題と目標/授業の手法など

    Course Description
    In this class we shall study and discuss the issues of livelihood, environment, health and gender that have been brought on by economic development. In addition to the theoretical and historical works on development, there is a regional focus on Asia and within Asia, mainly on Southeast Asia. There is a practical and micro-level focus on the people in developing regions who are experiencing development themselves. After the mid-term, we explore various strategies for Sustainable Development.

    We look at 4 of the main issues in contemporary development in rural Asia:
    1) Sustainable livelihoods in rural areas
    2) Efforts to fulfil Basic Human Needs and Human Security
    3) Gender in economic development
    4) Public Health issues and policies

    In order to gain a grasp of the topics above, students will need to complete a large amount of reading.
    Following the assigned readings for each week and the lectures on the reading material, all students
    are expected to participate in questions and discussion.
    Students should look at the materials and issues from a multi-faceted point of view,
    and for this purpose they should also research on their own into other relevant primary sources
    including books, websites, and current statistical data.


2. 教材・参考文献

    d Readings
    1. Vandana Shiva, “Miracle Seeds and the Loss of Genetic Diversity”
    2. Esteba, Gustavo. “Development.” From The Development Dictionary.
    3. Ranema, Majid. “Poverty.” From The Development Dictionary.
    4. Sen, Amartya. Commodities and Capabilities, chapter 3 (“Utility, Desire, Well-being”)
    5. Shiva, Vandana. Staying Alive.
    6. Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities, chapter
    7. Chambers, Robert. Putting the Last First.
    8. Momsen, Janet Henshall. Gender and Development.
    9. Mies, Maria. Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale.
    10. Balakrishnan, Radhika, ed. The Hidden Assembly Line.
    11. World Bank. Confronting AIDS: Public Priorities in a Global Epidemic, part I.


3. 授業計画

    第1回 Explanation of the Course and Assignments
    Rural Development in S.E. Asia.
    In-class essay on the article by Vandana Shiva, “Miracle Seed

    第2回 Main Issues in Development
    Esteba, Gustavo. “Development.” From The Development Dictionary.

    第3回 History and Theory of Development
    Ranema, Majid. “Poverty.” From The Development Dictionary.

    第4回 Measurements and Definitions of Poverty: Critiques
    Sen, Amartya. Commodities and Capabilities, chapter 3 (“Utility, Desire, Well-being”)

    第5回 Environmental Issues and Biodiversity in Developing Countrie
    Shiva, Vandana. Staying Alive.

    第6回 Nation-state, Region, and Post-colonial Development
    Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities

    第7回 Mid-term Essay Test
    Mid-term Essay Test. Required. In-class.

    第8回 Development Policy and “Bad” Development
    Chambers, Robert. Putting the Last First.

    第9回 Gender and Development I: Gender Disparities in Participation in Economic Activity
    Momsen, Janet Henshall. Gender and Development.
    Mies, Maria. Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale.

    第10回 Gender and Development II: Low-wage Labour in the International Economy
    Balakrishnan, Radhika, ed. The Hidden Assembly Line.

    第11回 Development and Public Health Policy: HIV and Development Regression
    World Bank. Confronting AIDS: Public Priorities in a Global Epidemic, part I.

    第12回 Development and Public Health Policy: HIV and Development
    World Bank. Confronting AIDS: Public Priorities in a Global Epidemic, part II.

    第13回 Final Essay Test
    Final Essay Test. Required. In-class.


4. 提出課題・試験・成績評価の方法など

    In-class essay tests will be given on 8 November (mid-term) and 17 January 2008 (final).
    They are required.


5. 履修上の注意・その他

    In order to gain a grasp of the topics above, students will need to complete a large amount of reading.
    Following the assigned readings for each week and the lectures on the reading material, all students
    are expected to participate in questions and discussion.
    Students should look at the materials and issues from a multi-faceted point of view,
    and for this purpose they should also research on their own into other relevant primary sources
    including books, websites, and current statistical data.


6. 前提科目

    なし


7. 履修条件

    なし


8. 旧科目との関係

    なし


9. 授業URL


2007-09-12 15:09:27.004862


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