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科目名開発とローカリズム [ シラバス ]
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この授業は英語主体であるために以下の外国語での概要を参照。講義、読書、課題、テストは全て英語となります。This course is taught in English for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. We survey the main problems brought about by economic development in Asia, especially Southeast Asia. We also look at the kinds of solutions that the people living with the development process in these countries are attempting to implement themselves.
We look at 4 broad issues in resource-poor areas: 1) sustainable livelihoods in the rural ecology; 2) fulfillment or lack of basic needs; 3) gender and development; 4) public health in developing regions.
Students must already have a high proficiency in reading and writing English at an academic level.

担当者 ティースマイヤ, リン
授業期間2009年秋学期 木曜日2時限
授業レベル 学部
参考文献 参考文献リスト

第01回2009/10/01 Explanation of the Course: Rural Development in S.E. Asia.
- Assignment sheet(PDF)
- Lecture Material (PDF)
- Reading Pack(PDF) 【履修者限定】
Reading of, and in-class essay on the article by Vandana Shiva, 
“Miracle Seeds”

第02回2009/10/15 Main Issues in Development
- Lecture Material (PDF)
Esteba, Gustavo. “Development.” From The Development Dictionary. 
Escobar, Arturo. Encountering Development.

第03回2009/10/22 History and Theory of Development / Definitions of Poverty
- Lecture Material (pdf)
Ranema, Majid. “Poverty.” From The Development Dictionary.

第04回2009/10/29 Development Planning and Problematic Results: I / II
- McCully, Silenced Rivers
Vandana Shiva, “Miracle Seeds"
McCully, Patrick. Chapter 2, "Rivers no More," from Silenced Rivers.

第05回2009/11/05 Measurements and Definitions of Poverty: Critiques
- Assignement sheet (pdf)
- Amartya Sen, Commodities and their Use
Sen, Amartya. Commodities and Capabilities, chapter 1 (“Interest, 
Well-being, and Advantage”)
Mid-term assignment distributed in class. 

第06回2009/11/12 Can Measurements of Poverty Underlie Development Policy?
- Amartya Sen Chapter 3, Utility, Desire and Happiness
Sen, Amartya. Development as Freedom, chapter 2 ("Commodities and 
their Use" and chapter 3("Utility, Desire, and Happiness")
Mid-term assignment due at the beginning of class.

第07回2009/11/26 Gender and Development I: Gender and Economic Activity
- Lecture Material (pdf)
Momsen, Janet Henshall. Gender and Development.
Mies, Maria. Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale.

第08回2009/12/03 Gender and Development II: Low-wage Labour in the International Economy
- The Hidden Assembly Line (Globalization, Gender, Development)
Balakrishnan, Radhika, ed. The Hidden Assembly Line.

第09回2009/12/10 Development Policy and “Bad” Development
- Chambers, Whose Reality Counts?
Chambers, Robert. From Whose Reality Counts?, chapter 4, "The 
Transfer of Reality",and chapter 9,"The New High Ground" 

第10回2009/12/17 Development and Public Health Policy: HIV and Development Regression
- HIV and Development
World Bank.  Confronting AIDS: Public Priorities in a Global 
Epidemic, part I. 

第11回2010/01/07 Development and the International Order, Past and Present
- Benedict Anderson on Census, Map, Museum
Anderson, Benedict. From Imagined Communities,chapter X,“Census, 
Map, Museum”

第12回2010/01/14 Final Test. Required.
Final Essay Test. Required. In-class. 

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