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as of 7/3/2020

JAPANESE SOCIETY AND ECOLOGY
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Japan - Doshisha University - 'Language & Culture, Doshisha Univ.'
UC Course SubjectAsian Studies
Number & Suffix: 113
Full UC Title: JAPANESE SOCIETY AND ECOLOGY 
Transcript Title: JAPAN SOC & ECOLOGY 
UC QTR Units - Division: 3.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course examines the ideas of economic conservation, ecological economics, environmental economics, labor economics, agricultural economics, and preservation of natural resources in the Japanese society. This course shows the modern world opinion and compares it to past times on the issues to learn how Japanese society has developed and keeps evolving in these areas. This course explores the relationship between Japanese society and conservation of ecology, agriculture, natural resources; discusses and analyzes the current problems that Japanese society face in regards to economic conservation; and places emphasis on human dependence and use of natural resources and ideas of agriculture, environment, economy, and preservation particularly in the modern Japanese society that is highly developed in science and technology. Assessment: class participation (30%), five 1 to 2-page reports (50%), and final paper (20%). 
Language of Instruction: Japanese
 
Partner Title: JAPANESE SOCIETY 1-71 
Partner University Department: Center for Japanese Language and Culture 
Partner University Course Number: N/A