ICU Social Science Research Institute

国際基督教大学社会科学研究所(SSRI)のホームページです。Welcome to the Webstie of Social Science Research Institue of International Christian University.


公開講演会 > 過去の公開講演会


  • JFC問題とは何か?-人権を考えるー
  • 2.18 伊藤里枝子(JFCネットワーク)

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  • The 21st Century Trade Game: Balancing Interests in East Asia
  • 2.15 Prof. Bryan Mercurio (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

    This lecturer will review and evaluate the recent trend of negotiating large regional trade agreements, with the focus on the Trans Pacific Partnership, Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and the China-Japan-Korea trade agreement. With overlapping memberships and various economic and extraneous concerns, trade policy in the region is highly complicated and complex. This lecture will primarily focus on efforts of China and Japan, exploring issues such as expanded trade opportunities, ‘domino’ theory of trade agreements, security and regional hegemony. In so doing, the lecture will seek to ascertain what each country is likely looking to gain, and what is the end goal.
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  • 赤十字国際委員会の活動
  • 2.9 柴崎大輔 政策担当官(赤十字国際委員会駐日事務所)

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  • インターネットの役割と課題
  • 2.4 吉田奨(ヤフー株式会社)

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  • ソーシャルメディア時代のソーシャルネットワーク
  • 2.2 ユンジェ・ナム(慶熙大学校・ICU)

    We live in the era of networks. It seems that everywhere one looks, one finds networks, such as computer networks, terrorist networks, telecommunication networks, and networks mapping the spread of flu. Fundamentally, a network consists of a collection of actors and the connections amongst them. Each of us is enmeshed in a multitude of networks and connected to others by cell phone, culture, friendship, disease, email, kinship, social status, Facebook, shared experience, work, love and numerous other relational ties. Thus, this lecture will briefly introduce the basic concept of social network, the examples of its applications to the digital era, and the analysis method of it.
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  • パリ協定を読む —共生のため挑戦 —
  • 気候変動パリ協定の読み方
    2016.2.2 毛利勝彦(ICU教授)
    2016.2.2 中野佳裕(ICU SSRI助手・研究員)

    パリ同時多発テロに揺れるフランス。その一方で、自然と人間の共生のあり方を構想するためフランスでは昨年 、気候変動パリ会議 (COP-21)やコンヴィヴィアリズム研究レンヌ会議が開催されました。これらの会議に参加した社会科学研究所のスタッフが出張報告をします。どなたでもご自由にご参加下さい。
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  • Denaturalizaing Human Security: Beyond Problem-Solving and Critical Theory
  • 12.14 Prof. Mustapha Kamal Pasha (Aberystwyth University)


  • 安倍・習政権下での日中関係の展望:インドからの視点
  • 12.14 Dr. Rupakjyoti Borah (National Chung Hsing University)

    This presentation will look at how the relations between Japan and China have played out ever since Shinzo Abe took over in Japan as the PM for a second term and Xi Jinping took over as the Chinese President. During this time, there have been many issues of friction between the two like Chinese objection to Abe’s visit to the Yasukuni shrine in December 2013, China’s claims over the Senkakus, Beijing’s growing belligerence in the South China Sea region etc. Freedom of navigation in the South China Sea region is crucial for the health of the Japanese economy and hence Tokyo has been concerned over Beijing’s activities in the region like the construction of artificial islands in the South China Sea. However, on the positive side, Japan and China have managed to keep a tenuous peace and recently a Japan-China-ROK summit was held which has helped to ease tensions, if not to dispel them altogether. The Japanese economy has also benefitted from huge numbers of Chinese tourists flocking the country. Finally, the presentation will also look at what the enactment of new security laws earlier in September this year in Japan mean for its ties with China.
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  • 中国は独自のバラク・オバマを参照なのか?広州のアフリカのトレーダーについて
  • 12.11 Prof. Gordon Mathews (香港中文大学)

    To explore an anthropological perspective on the patterns and impact of African immigration to Southern China.
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  • 2015年後のアフリカにおける人間開発・人間の安全保障の見通し
  • 12.10 Prof. Timothy Shaw (マサチューセッツ大学), Prof. Jane Parapet (マサチューセッツ大学)

  • 世界の子ども達とユニセフの活動 ~成果と課題~
  • 11.5 池田礼子(日本ユニセフ協会 学校事業部)


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  • ‘Securitization’ and Human Rights Promotion in East Asia: Aligning Japanese Policy with Ongoing Practice
  • 11.3 アンドレ・アスプルンド(ストックホルム商科大学)

    Japan is a country that for decades has been described as a reluctant promoter of normative values such as democracy and human rights, particularly with regard to East Asia—a likely result of lingering memories of war. Nonetheless, some 20 years ago Tokyo decided that Japan should pay full attention to the efforts of promoting democratization and basic human rights protection in countries receiving Japanese foreign aid, or Official Development Assistance (ODA) (including East Asian states). In addition, the incumbent Abe administration has stated that its diplomacy with ASEAN should be guided by promotion and protection of “freedom, democracy and basic human rights” – a bold statement considering that a majority of ASEAN leaders are less than democratically elected and often described as ‘allergic’ to human rights.For a resource scares Japan, ASEAN has become increasingly important, economically as a growing market and production base but also strategically as a potential hedge against growing Chinese influence in the region. Are there therefore reasons to believe that Japan will (or even can) come to promote normative, and often controversial, values among its ASEAN partners when there are arguably national interests at stake? Given Tokyo’s interest in strategic partnerships with ASEAN members, this talk will try to provide insights as to the complex dynamics between Japanese strategic interests and normative ambitions in East Asia.


  • Domestic Politics and the Post-Cold War Evolution of SDF & Legal Strictures
  • 10.20 ベン・アショーネ (Australian National University)

    This talk looks at the influence of domestic politics in enabling and constraining the SDF legal strictures through an analysis of coalitions of domestic political actors and their differing perceptions toward the external security environment.

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  • Acculturation Strategies: Belonging, Identity, and a Multicultural Japan?
  • 10.8 アダム・コミサロフ(Reitaku University)

    Facilitating more synergistic relationships between people working and living in multicultural settings through understanding acculturation strategies, with discussion as to how this can be achieved in Japan.

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  • マクロ経済モデルの推定と選択
  • 6.3 新谷元嗣(東京大学先端科学技術研究センター)


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  • 安心と不安:生活者感覚とは
  • 5.25 村上陽一郎(ICU名誉教授)

    科学知 とは必ずしも一致しない、生活者感覚が捉える「安心」「不安」がどこからくるのかを科学哲学的視点から論じた上で、科学知と生活者感覚の両方を公共政策に反映させる術(アート)はないかを探る。

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  • キリスト教(徒)は原発とどのように向き合うのか:環境神学の思想と実践から
  • 5.8 木村護郎クリストフ(上智大学)

    This event consists of a lecture and dialogic discussions between two professors, as well as with the audience, on religious responsibility to energy in Japan after 3.11 from the viewpoint of Western and Eastern religions and ethics.
    After a 1-hour lecture by Prof. Chirstoph Kimura Goro (Sophia University; see below) on the above theme, Prof. Ryoichi Yamamoto (Environmental Business, ICU) will respond from the viewpoint of Shintoism and Buddhism in 20 minutes. Then discussions are open to the floor for about 1 hour.
    The overall title of this event will be: “ Religious Response/-ibilities to the Energy Issues after 3.11: Christianity, Shintoism, Buddhism and Environmental Ethics”. (宗教は3.11語のエネルギー問題にどう応えるか?キリスト教、神道、仏教と環境倫理)

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  • ITビジネスと法- ビジネスモデルと法の相互作用
  • 4.21 玉井 克哉 (東京大学)


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