Both are available at this web site. It also includes a list of discussion papers, some of which can be downloaded. There is also a data archive and other depositories of occasional papers available in Japanese.ottawa-tutor.ca/includes/map3.php
Research – The Japan Program – Research – Department of Sociology and Political Science - NTNU
This email discussion forum includes debate among social scientists and students regarding social research, and especially Japanese elections. This is also a good forum for requesting information from professional researchers on social research topics related to Japan. Its home page carries a variety of articles and conference reports in English.
IIPS is currently promoting the debate on revising Japan's post-war constitution. An opinion journal on Japanese foreign policy supported by the Foreign Ministry, Gaiko Forum is published in both English and Japanese. Many of the English language articles are available online in pdf format.
A Sociology of Work in Japan (Contemporary Japanese Society)
Sign In. Keizai Koho Center: Japan Institute for Social and Economic Affairs Keizai Koho Center publishes Japan: An International Comparison, which contains a very useful collection of basic economic and social data, and often, comparable data from other countries.
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In addition to the podcast audio file, Angel posts the written transcript of each podcast, including links to useful internet resources related to Japan. The course grade will be based on the weighted average of all course elements, with the condition that all partial elements must have been completed successfully to receive a passing grade.
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Resits for both, the midterm and final exam will take place during the resit period in January Students who have failed one of the two exams only need to complete a resit for the exam they failed. Students who failed both exams will need to retake both exams.
Debriefing exam: Students may make an individual appointment with the instructor within 30 days of the announcement of the exam grades in order to view their exam. Students enrolled in the BA Japanstudies program must pass this course in order to proceed to the second year of their studies.
Blackboard plays an essential part in this course. All important information about the course, including the syllabus, course requirements, and information about readings and announcements will be available on the course website. As part of class participation, students will also be required to make postings on the Blackboard website. Blackboard access is therefore essential in order to complete this course.
'Cool Japan is over': a sociologist looks at Japan's art world
Ishida, Hiroshi, and David Slater Eds. London: Routledge.
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