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JK29001Research 3&MA Thesis-Research Colloquium

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科目ナンバリング
  • G-LET36 7JK29 SE36
開講年度・開講期 2020・後期不定
単位数 2 単位
授業形態 演習
対象学生 大学院生
使用言語 英語
教員
  • Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano(文学研究科 教授)
  • VASUDEVA,Somdev(文学研究科 教授)
  • 安里 和晃(文学研究科 准教授)
  • Bjorn-Ole Kamm(文学研究科 講師)
  • 田中 草大(文学研究科 講師)
授業の概要・目的 During the Research Colloquium students develop, present, and discuss their research plans in front of their supervisors and fellow students. Furthermore, writing samples from the master's thesis are presented and discussed. This regular feedback will facilitate a structured completion of the thesis.
In the master's thesis students apply relevant methodologies and theories of Transcultural Studies, as well as linguistic competences, regional knowledge, and project management skills to a research project of their own design and in line with the chosen study focus. In consultation with their supervisor, students develop a specific research question and select relevant methods and research material. They contextualize their project within the state of the art of scientific debates and present their findings in written academic English.

Study Focus: all.
Modules: Research 3; Master's Thesis.
到達目標 Students will learn to independently design and realise a research project (research question, line of argumentation etc.). They will gain the ability to relate and critically discuss complex research issues within the field of Transcultural Studies. Additionally, thy will acquire advanced time and project management skills.
授業計画と内容 The respective supervisor of the master's thesis will guide the students in choosing their research question and in the concrete planning of their projects. Depending on the number of students and the needs of the group, each course week is either devoted to the discussion of a particular theory or methodology (which will be based on readings out of class), or offers the students a space to present the current status of their master's theses (one session can allow for one to two presentations).
The concrete schedule will be determined in the first session of the course.
成績評価の方法・観点 Presentation (40%), discussion (40%), active participation (20%).
履修要件 Completion of modules "Introduction to Transcultural Studies," "Skills for Transcultural Studies," "Focus 1" and "Focus 2" (Master Program in Transcultural Studies).
授業外学習(予習・復習)等 The participants are expected to spend a certain amount of time outside of this class for this course. The planning of the master's thesis, in-class presentations and discussions will play an important role in this course, so the preparation of presentations and literature as well as the review of feedback received during the class requires at least about an hour.