Korea Japan Disability Studies Forum 2014
"Korea Japan Disability Studies Forum" has been held based on the research collraboration made between the Disability Studies Forum in Korea (former name: Association for Research on Disability Studies) and the Research Center for Ars Vivendi since academic year 2009. The first forum was held in Seoul in academic year 2010, and the second one was held at Ritsumeikan University in academic year 2011, the third one was held in Seoul in academic year 2012, and the fourth one was held at Ritsumeikan University in academic year 2013.
The fifth forum, whose main theme is "disability and treatment," is held in Seoul in November. The forum includes three presentations concerning "disabled people's movements in China" and three oral presentations and 17 poster presentations from the Japanese side.
◆November 19 （Wed.）18：00-20：00
Research Information Exchange Meeting
◆November 20 （Thu.）10：00-17：10
Korea Japan Disability Studies Forum 2014
＊Language：Japanese/Korean/Mandarin （Simultaneous interpretation is provided）
10：00-10：10 Opening Remarks ………… LEE Seok-Gu
【Part 1】Main Theme "Disability and Treatment"
"Disability and Treatment of Persons with Dwarfism" (Tentative)
"Coexistence of Intractable Diseases and Disability" (Tentative)
13：00-14：00 Poster Session
*Consecutive Interpretation：AHN HyoSuk／LEE Wook／LIM Deokyoung／SHIN Ju Hyun（Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University）／KWAK Jeongran（Senior Researcher, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University）
【Part 2】 "Disability Movement in China"
◇1+1 "China Disability Movement and DPO Development"
◇EDSI "Intellectual and Developmental Disability Alliance Development in China"
◇Handicap International "Promoting Inclusive Society for People with Disabilities through Access to Service Methodology"
"People with Spinal-cord-injury and Clinical Investigations, and Patients' Autonomous Involvement: OEG Transplantation and Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Transplantation in Japan: Cases of Patients' Groups Involved in Scientific Research"(Tentative)
"Teachers with Visual Disabilities in Japan: Support System/Experience and Meaning of Disability"
"What Made ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Popular and Why Was It Criticized?"
"Current Condition and Challenges of Rental Service System of Welfare Equipments for Public Long-Term Care Insurance"
"Disabled People who Become Homeless and Homeless People who Become Disabled"
"Intrinsic Role of Self-help Groups for People with Psychiatry"
"Between Linguistic Rights and Communication Rights: Sign Language Methods in Japan and Korea"
"Issues concerning Positionality of Disabled People in Haoi, Vietnam"
◇SASO Tomohisa & KIRIHARA Naoyuki
"History of the Home Help System for People with Psychiatry in Japan"
"A Consideration concerning Elderly Care in Korea: Through Welfare Instituion Services"
◇SHIN Ju Hyun
"Possibility of Educational Application of Digital Games in Korea: With Emphasis on the Concept of Immersion"
"Effects and Challenges Treatment for Cochlear Implant Provides Education of Hearing Disabilities in Japan"
"Decrease of Prediction Possibility Seen in the Three Generation Families of Adult People with Intellectual Disabilites"
"Duty of Support under the Process of Revision of Public Assistance Act (2012-2014) in Japan: Endimism of Criticisms by Disaled Persons' Groups"
"Differences between the Medical Model and the Social Model in the Issue of not Being Cured: From a Life of a Person with ALS"
"Facing the Fact of Inheriting: From Narratives of People with Congenital Limb Defects"
"Possibilities in movement theory of the disability/impairment approach by Anarcha-feminism"
"Should Artificial Abortion without Amniotic Diagnosis Be Prevented?: From a New Trend of 'NIPT' in Japan"
"Borderline between "Treatment" and "Clinical Investigation/Clinical Trial Study": Must 'Misunderstanding with Treatment" Be Really Avoided?"
◇Disability Studies Forum in Korea
◇Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University
◇"Translational Studies for Inclusive Society" Project (Institute of Human Sciences, Ritsumeikan University [2013.04 - 2016.03])
UP：October 20, 2014 REV:October 23, 2014/October 27, 2014/October 29, 2014