2017 256 Peer Support Initiative: Comparative Law and Politics Seminars III
[Lecture Course Basic Information]
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|Outline of Lecture Course||The purpose of this final phase is to bring together the work in the prior two semesters and to conduct detailed field research. In this portion of the program, students will conduct field research in their target country, complete a report detailing their research, and present their reserach results. The field trip portion is not required for foreign students though they are encouraged to attend if possible. Foreign students are however responsible for working with their Japanese team members to organize the field research and cooperate in the final report and research presentation.|
|Course Objectives||Aim: Students broaden their ability to consider comparisons between the Japanese legal and political systems and the systems of other countries and can explain the contents of such comparisons using foreign languages and respond to questions concerning such contents.
Course objectives: Upon completion of this class students will have a substantial research paper based on field studies. The students should be able to comparatively analyze the legal, political and cultural situations in Japan and their target country. The students will also get experience presenting their research to otheres in the final meeting of the course.
|Textbooks||The students should select or create their own reading material for this course The students are encouraged to work with their advisors and the program coordinator in selecting materials for the course.|
|Course Materials/Supplementaries||It is up to the students to generate their own reading lists for the course. the students are encouraged to work with their advisors and the program cordinator in selecting materials for the course|
Method of evaluating results:
The results will be judged to be either 'pass' or 'fail'. This will be judged on the basis of an overall consideration of the preparation for classes, the participatory attitude, report compilation and so on. Students performance is to be evaluated by the faculty advisor.
Those who have acquired credits or who are attaining credits at the moment in Special Lecture (Comparative Law and Politics Seminars II)
|Other Notes||PSI-3 is basically designed for Japanese students. And therefore, it is unexceptional for foreign students to get a credit from this course. However, working with their Japanese team members to organize the field research and cooperate in the final report and research presentation in addition to their research into Japanese legal system will be strictly evaluated.
最終報告 / Final Report
Once the PSI-1, 2 and 3 programs have been completed, an overall PSI report is required by all participants. (3000 characters or 1000 words.) This report is to be submitted via the website. The report can be written in Japanese, English, or preferably both.
Time permitting, a PSI-3 general meeting with group presentations will be held. The report will also be circulated to interested parties in the country visited.
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