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主動學習海外項目

主動學習海外項目:多文化主義、人權、市民社會(澳洲雪梨埠)

在接受了秋季學期的提前授課和春假期間的海外研修後,通過“主動學習”,就多文化主義、人權和市民社會問題進行學習的項目。提前授課中就“原住民的權利”“難民和移民”“性別和性的多樣性”这3個研究領域,以日本和澳大利亞的事例為中心學習基礎知識,並從中選出自己的研究課題進行調查。利用春假在雪梨進行的研修中,再次針對3個領域加深對澳大利亞現狀的了解,更通過實地考察繼續調查活動,最後在論述和報告中進行總結。
※本項目作為法學院的專業綜合講座(提前授課2個學分、海外研修2個學分)開課。

項目概要(2015年度)

提前授課 秋季学期(15週) 週三第6節課

海外研修(雪梨)
2016年2月18日(週四)~3月7日(週一)(計畫)

研究地點 
新南威爾斯大學(University of New South Wales)〔縮寫:UNSW〕
雪梨大學和平紛爭研究中心(Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney)〔縮寫:CPACS〕

雪梨研修的內容預計
・在UNSW、CPACS由當地專家舉辦講座
・訪問土著居民(澳大利亞的原住民)社區
・參觀對難民的語言支援工程和藝術工程
・觀看同性戀大遊行(支援性少数者群體的遊行)等
☆結合這些活動,參加學生對符合自己課題的實地考察進行企劃,訪問當地的NPO/NGO等,開展聽證調查。此外,通過該項目,由CPACS所屬的研究生作為講師對研究等做出建議。

海外研修參加費用 預計約35萬日圓(包含往返機票費和住宿費等)(可申請各類獎學金)

報名條件 
具有前往海外的經歷和能夠從事以上活動的英語能力*
*TOEIC550分以上的英語水平。
 
說明會(計畫)
2015年5月29日(週五)、6月8日(週一)12:35~13:15 資源中心

接受報名時間
2015年6月1日(週一)~6月11日(週四)17:00前 提交給資源中心

任課老師寄語

Professor Mike Nix, Faculty of Law, Coordinator of the 2013 Pilot Program

  This pilot program was a wonderful opportunity for students to take their studies to another level, by meeting and connecting with the people who are directly involved in the issues they are researching, such as people working in organisations to support refugees or journalists writing about LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) rights. Students were also clearly building their confidence and self-efficacy through tasks such as calling to make arrangements, interviewing, and communicating and researching in English. By taking initiative for their projects, the students went through a change in identity, realizing that they were not only students learning about Japan and Australia but experts in their area who could explain to Australian people about the situation in Japan.
For this year’s program, we are looking forward to participation by students who have a sense of seriousness about how the topics in the program affect real people’s lives. If you have a critical curiosity about diversity issues and human rights and are interested in understanding them better through talking with people and knowing how people see things differently, and then trying to make sense of these issues in both Japan and Australia, you will enjoy the program. You will need to work well with other people and be able to interview people in English, but we are flexible about language proficiency for motivated students who will work hard to develop their English for doing fieldwork.
To students interested in the program, this is a great chance to connect academic knowledge to the real world. Learning from refugees or indigenous people, for example, about their experiences and viewpoints will help you realise not just the differences but also the similarities between them and you. This opportunity to change yourself through encounters with people, to learn about what is important in people’s lives, will in turn help you think about what is important for you. We look forward to exploring these issues and relationships and continuing to build the program in the future together with the students who participate in it.
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Students on the pilot program explaining their research in poster presentations at a language education conference in Miyazaki in May.

參加2013試行項目的學生談體會

川島希望同學(法學院法律學科4年級)

澳大利亞舉行著世界最大規模的同性戀遊行,也引進了認同同性戀者相當於結婚的權利的同性民事結合的制度,被稱爲是對LGBT(性少数者群體)較爲寬容的社會,但承認與異性閒結婚完全同等的同性結婚法律至今仍未能成立。抱著對LGBT寬容的社會和不承認保證多種生存方式的法律制度的政治之間的差距的疑問,希望能親眼看到實際的現狀,我因此而參加了本項目。
在雪梨的研修中,我得知了“語言造就了少數派”。比如, same-sex marriage這個説法就只意味著同性之間的結婚。但使用marriage equality的話,就可以表述針對所有人的結婚的平等,這樣可以讓更多的人參與進來。讓我實際感受到了語言可以將少數派從多數派中分割出來產生歧視,也可以將多數派和少數派連接在一起。
本項目,從課題研究、尋找澳大利亞的訪問地點,到預約等從零開始都由自己安排。對於關心人權問題的學生來説,是非常具有刺激性的項目,請一定嘗試挑戰。