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Study Group on Care

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Study Group Members
Study Group Activities
Achievements
Plans

Activities in Academic Year 2008/2009


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■Study Group Members Total 17 Members *Affiliation as of Academic Year 2011

 Name                Affiliation                      Concrete Role in This Project
* TANIMURA Hitomi Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Women and Care
 KONISHI Mariko Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Ethics of Care and Codependence
 CHONG Hee Kyong Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / History of Disabled People's Movements in Korea
 OBATA Mitsuko Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Care for People in Critical Conditions
 ONO Mayuko  Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Intractable Disease and Care
 OKUDA Aki Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Institutions for Severely Retarded Children and Care
 KISHIDA Noriko Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Modern History of Disability Movement in Kansai Area
 KADOSAKI Yohei Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Care and Resource Distribution
 YAMAGUCHI Maki Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Care and Narrative
 OTANI Michitaka Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences / Crime Victims and Care
 SATO Sizuka  Graduate School of Education at the University of Tokyo / Care and Attachment(Mother-child Relationship / Intimacy)
 HORI Tomohisa Post-Doctoral Fellow, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University / Disability and Care
 MURAKAMI Shinji Post-Doctoral Fellow, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University / Market and Care
 HOTTA Yoshitaro Post-Doctoral Fellow, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University / Normative Theory and Care
 TAKADA Kazuki Research Fellow (Post Doctoral), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science / Consideration of Care as a Thought and its Application to Business Management
 TAKEUCHI Keiji Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Research Center for Child Mental Development, Kanazawa University / Field Work in Clinical Settings
 ABE Akira Project Researcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature / Examination of Care as Moral Value
*Project Leader

◆Program Member:TATEIWA Shin'ya


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■Study Group Activities

■1st Study Group

Date: September 27, 2011(Tue)18:00~
Place:Soshikan 416, Kinugasa Campus, Ritsumeikan University
Content:Confirmation of both Policy and Schedule of This Study Group

■2nd Study Group

Date: October 22, 2011 (Sat)
Place:Soshikan 312, Kinugasa Campus, Ritsumeikan University
Content:Mr. OTANI Michitaka will summarize the part one of Sociology of Care, which is written by UENO Chizuko, and suggest points to be discussed. Then all participants will widen discussions and deepen them.

■3rd Study Group

Not to Be Decided yet


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■Achievements

Under Construction


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■Plans

Ⅰ.Topics and Contribution to the Global COE Program Ars Vivendi

(1)Topics, Objectives and Impacts
The purpose of this study group is to investigate various problems concerning the theory and practice over event/value of care.

In its theoreical aspect, theory of care has been on everyone's lips accordingly. In its practical aspect, a lot of time has passed since various care-related systems started (or were revised) and it is significant to examine problems exclusively.

The study group will also produce research achievements with originality by deepening and discussing those problems through research report and discussions based on each group member's concerns.

(2)Research Plan, Method and Publication of Research Products
The contribution this study group has made to Ars Vivendi can be seen through http://www.arsvi.com/o/c05.htm (Japanese).

The study group will keep contributing to Ars Vivendi, and in this academic year the study group will be mainly managed by graduate students and academic achievements will also be made mainly by graduate students.

Moreover, the study group will contribute to Ars Vivendi by providing the foundation of research hub which will connect between other projects conducted by graduate students after next academic year since the Global COE Program ends this academic year.

II. Research Plan, Method and Publication of Research Products

This study group mainly consists of critical review of the literature to meet its objectives, research reports made by each group member, and group discussions based on the research reports.

The group's achievements will be made to public via presentaions at academic societies and prepublication papers. Also, Professor TATEIWA Shin'ya and Dr. Hori, a postdoctoral fellow of the Global COE Program Ars Vivendi, support the project members so that they can produce high-quality research achievements.

◆Details
Sep.27 1st Study Group:Confirmation of Policy of the Study Group and its Schedule
Oct.  2nd Study Group:Literature Review
Nov.  3rd Study Group:Literature Review
Dec.  4th Study Group:Research Reports (Determined at the 1st Study Group)
Jan.  5th Study Group:Research Reports (Determined at the 1st Study Group)
Feb.  6th Study Group:Research Reports (Determined at the 1st Study Group)
Mar.  7th Study Group:Joint Research Report Session with Other Projects(Plan)



The original page was prepared by TANIMURA Hitomi
Translation by KATAOKA Minoru
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