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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)


ポリシーマネジメント(開発とヒューマンセキュリティ) (梅垣 理郎丹治 三則

    2013年度春学期 木曜日2時限
    科目コード: 60150 / 2単位
    カテゴリ: 3.プログラム科目(大学院)


1. 主題と目標/授業の手法など

    The purpose of this course is to offer you a basic foundation on which you can build a sustainable research projects in the intersecting policy issue areas of economic development, environment, public health and others. We consider these issues to be critical in promoting human security, or reducing human insecurity.
    There are several points that we expect you to keep in mind. When presenting and submitting the final requirements at the end of the semester, you do need to take these points into account.

    1) an immensely rich body of literature preceding your own research
    2) value of the “onsite” observations – i.e., fieldwork
    3) variety of actors, and the diversity of the levels of their participation, in formulating, implementing and evaluating “policies.”

    Two of us, Umegaki and Tanji, will share the tasks of seminar(brief lectures and discussion). Umegaki will take care of the topics broadly dealing with "human security," including its sub-issues. Whereas Tanji, reflecting his acasdemic strength, approach the issue from one of the most urgent and weighty problem: Global warming.
    We will insert, as shown in the weekly schedule below, one independent discussion session after a group of lectures.


2. 教材・参考文献

    There are many essays and books that need to be covered. Among them are, UN Comission on Human Security, "Human Security Now" (PDF), Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom, and Umegaki et. al eds., Human Insecurity in East Asia. There are more of course, but we suggest further readings at the orientation meeting (the first week of the semester.)


3. 授業計画

    第1回 Introduction--Umegaki
    Umegaki briefly introduces the current as well as past research
    projects, and basic policy interest of the two instructors of the
    course. The introduction will be followed by a brief outline of
    what
    this course is meant, supplemented by a simple account of what
    “policy management” (sougouseisakugaku) is about. We will also
    give the “must” readings for you to consider throughout the
    semester.

    第2回 A Conceptual Framework – 1: Umegaki
    a) Human Security: Discussion of the beginnings and changing
    conceptions of human security. This will be followed by the
    elaboration on what the key conceptual as well as policy issues
    involved in the “human security” research.
    b) Umegaki will survey some of the preceding research on
    “human security.”

    第3回 A Conceptual Framework – 2: Umegaki
    a) Development: An examination of the contextual background of
    “human security” issue. Though historical in nature, the
    examination should turn up some concepts for both heuristic and
    analytical purposes.
    b) Policy Research and Management: We will discuss how a
    “research” requires a certain degree of neutrality – commitment
    to
    context-free explanation – and equally acute sense of its
    consequences of (or responsibility for) what it produces in the
    actual context of life.

    第4回 Human Security: An initial discussion
    We go over the previous lectures. We designate one or two
    students
    as the facilitator of the discussion. The participants are urged
    to
    finish the relevant readings. No free ride.

    第5回 【履修者限定公開】Climate Change, and Human Security – Tanji
    Discussion of human vulnerabilities, induced by by Climate Change
    (CC), in terms of capability for food production, accessibility
    of
    water resources, effects on human health and so on, especially in
    developing country where they have weak ability to adapt
    themselves
    to it.
    At the end of this lecture, academic papers will be passed for
    assignments to understand processes between CC as causes and
    Human-
    well being as effects.

    第6回 【履修者限定公開】Scenario Based Approach – Tanji
    After students’ presentation sharing the knowledge about climate
    change, group discussion will follow in order to identify the
    processes of how climate change will cause degradation of “Human
    well being” and “Social Capital”.
    Grouping of the cases may be made on the basis of ecosystem types
    and/or stages of development and regions.

    第7回 【履修者限定公開】Climate Change and Vulnerabilities – Tanji
    Discussion of options as well as issues, especially, technology
    options, land-use control, imposition of taxes, regulations,
    CAPaBLE. This section deals with a whole range of options and
    alternatives open to us dealing with climate change. Everyone is
    urged to pay attention to the regional, or even communal,
    contexts
    of the problem before taking any attempt at solving the problem
    seriously.

    第8回 【履修者限定公開】Climate Change and Human Security: A discussion – Group Presentation and Tanji
    Each group will give a presentation about their clarified
    understanding
    Tanji will give an overview of discussion, and introduce some
    concepts including “No regret”, ”Risk based approach ” ,
    “Integrated approach”, and tools, CGE model, GIS and so on, how
    to
    manage CC in each issue at local level.

    第9回 Development Economics (1)
    We survey the literature on Development Economics in order to uncover the basic assumptions, often unexamined, behind the aruguments for economic development.

    第10回 Development Economics (2)
    We survey the literature on Development Economics in order to uncover the basic assumptions, often unexamined, behind the aruguments for economic development.

    第11回 Development Politics (1)
    The growth of middle-income strata is often considered critical to the devlopment of a balanced and responsive government.

    第12回 Development Politics (2)
    The growth of middle-income strata is often considered critical to the devlopment of a balanced and responsive government.

    第13回 Development and Citizins
    "Citizen" presupposes that a nation-state is the most-tested institution for providing the basic conditions for secure and stable life. Or is it?

    第14回 Final Evaluation of human security in development policy

    第15回 Final Evaluation of human security in development policy


4. 提出課題・試験・成績評価の方法など

    1)A 15 minutes presentation of a “research proposal”. Prior to the presentation, you need to upload the basic data and the bibliographical data related to your presentation. Power Point should not exceed 10 slides.
    2)An 8to 10 page paper, textual presentation of the proposal.

    *Note: The “proposal” must project a clear sense of what “puzzle” is, which would be answered by the research, present a defense of the “puzzle” on the basis of preceding research or writings on a similar topic, and outline succinctly the preliminary data you have gathered for the research.


5. 履修上の注意・その他

    This course is offered in English, however anyone willing to venture into this innovative field of study IS urged to take this REGARDLESS of English ability. There are always ways of overcoming the language barrier....


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


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