Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus
ASIA WORKSHOP （Vu Le Thao Chi,Keiko Okawa）
Semester : 2019 Fall
1. Objectives/Teaching method
The workshop is to provide a framework of “families in transition” in order to examine how these changes take place in a family, how family members see the changes and the differences, and how they value family in the new context. Case studies provided by guest speakers will cover a wide range of issues including those in Japan and other countries in Asia.
2. Materials/Reading List
We will provide online the basic readings, to be announced later. We do encourage the students to familialize themselves with the use of JSTOR (a massive online library of journal essays from more than 500 English academic journals over the past 70 years.)
#1 【塾内限定公開】Introduction to Asia
#2 【塾内限定公開】Introduction: Family and Asia
#3 【塾内限定公開】Asia presents itself in a cyber world
#4 【塾内限定公開】Family of cross Religions
#5 【塾内限定公開】Home and House
#6 【塾内限定公開】Family in History (China)
#7 【塾内限定公開】Family at Dinner
#8 【塾内限定公開】Family and Elderly Care
#9 【塾内限定公開】Muslim Fashion
#10 【塾内限定公開】Family of a person with Disability
#11 【塾内限定公開】Family and Technology
#13 【塾内限定公開】Poster sessions 1
#14 【塾内限定公開】Poster sessions 2
4. Assignments/Examination/Grad Eval.
The Course is open to both undergraduate students from SFC and Hiyoshi Campuses. The course is conducted in English. Performance of the students are based on students’ attendance, participation and final assignments. Final Assignments: Poster Presentation and Take home assignment
5. Special Note
Though conducted in English, the instructors of the workshop are willing to assist the students who may have the language difficulties keeping up with the workshop.
6. Prerequisit / Related courses
7. Conditions to take this course
8. Relation with past courses
9. Course URL
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