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Exploring Japan's Life-World

Support for Undergraduate Students

  “Exploring Japanese Life-World Class” is a cultural lecture program for undergraduate students which aims at deepening the understanding about Japan through exploring the life and consciousness of the contemporary Japanese people. The affiliated researchers at IJS participate as lecturers, and, applying their fields of specialty, they introduce the reality of the Japanese people that takes place in its life-world.
2016: Junior Fellow-4
DateLecturerTitle
09-Mar Lee, Eun-Gyeong Understanding Japanese History
23-Mar Nam, Ki-Jeong Development of Postwar Japanese Politics and Constitution Amendment (Plan)
06-Apr Park, Cheol Hee Why does the Conservative Shift in Japan Matters?
27-Apr Kim, Hyojin The 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake and Japnese Society: Case Study on the 'Plutokun'
11-May Jo, Gwanja Japan’s Conservative Ideology and Anti-Korean Sentiment: Redrawing the East Asia Ideological Geography
25-May Seo, Dong-Joo Japanese Modern Literature and the Logic of “Mind” 
Sept. 21 Lee, Eun-Gyeong History of Japanese Women: Image and Reality 
Sept. 28 Jung, Ji Hee NHK, Duet of “National Policy” and “Public Good”“ Ideal and Reality of Public Service Broadcasting
Oct. 12 Jin, Pil-Su High Growth and Aging Society: Japan’s First New Housing Town Senri New-Town
Oct. 26 Kim, Tae-Ki Japanese Society and Koreans in Japan: State, Nation, and Individual
Nov. 9 Song, Ji Yeon The Development and Transformation of Japan’s Capitalism
Nov. 23 Lee, Kyungboon Imperial Japan’s Acceptance of Western Music: From Meiji Period to the WWI
2015: Junior Fellow-3
DateLecturerTitle
11-Mar Lee, Eun-Gyeong Grasping the Context of Japanese History
25-Mar Park, Cheol Hee Why does the Conservative Shift in Japan Matters?
08-Apr Nam, Ki-Jeong Development of Postwar Japanese Politics and Constitutional Amendment
22-Apr Jin, Pil-Su Japan’s Immigration Problem and Examination of Multiculturalism
13-May Jo, Gwanja Japan’s Nationalism and Right-wing Ideology
27-May Song, Ji Yeon Discovering Japanese Capitalism and Its Challenges
Sept. 9 Lee, Eun-Gyeong History of Japanese Women: Image and Reality 
Sept. 23 Kim, Hyojin Rethinking Korea-Japan Cultural Exchange: Focusing on the Case of Otaku Culture
Oct. 14 Jung, Ji Hee Everyday Life and Politics in Informatization and New Media Age
Oct. 28 Lee, Kyungboon History of Western Music in Japanese Empire: from Meiji Period to WWI
Nov. 11 Hong, Jong Wook University Students of Kyoto Studying Korea
Nov. 25 Nam, Ki-Jeong Korea and Japan in East Asian International Relations
2014: Junior Fellow-2
DateLecturerTitle
12-Mar Park, Jee-Hwan Inequality of Japanese Society and School Education
19-Mar Park, Cheol Hee Transformations of Political System in Postwar Japan
07-Apr Lee, Eun-Gyeong Understanding the History of Japan
23-Apr Nam, Ki-Jeong Japanese Politics and Constitutional Reform
14-May Nam, Sang-Wook Transformations of Literature in Modern Japan
28-May Lee, Yoon Suk Elderly Care System in Contemporary Japan
Sept. 3 Lim, Chai-Sung The Current State of Japanese Economy
Sept. 24 Nam, Ki-Jeong Korea and Japan under the Postwar East Asian Political Arena
Oct. 8 Jo, Gwanja Thoughts of Japan and Conservative Japanese Thoughts
Oct. 22 Jin, Pil-Su Cultural Theory of Kuro-Siro: Formation, Development, and Prospect
Nov. 5 Park, Jee-Hwan Civil Movement in Japanese Society
Nov. 26 Lee, Kyungboon Music of Imperial Japan and Propaganda
2013: Junior Fellow-1
DateLecturerTitle
20-Mar Park, Jee-Hwan Formation of Village-Culture in Modern Japanese Society
17-Apr Nam, Ki-Jeong Is Japanese Politics Unstable: Postwar Japanese Politics
15-May Lim, Chai-Sung Japanese Economy through Nuclear Energy
Sept. 11 Lee, Eun-Gyeong Japan’s History
Sept. 25 Park, Cheol Hee Abe’s Japan and DPJ’s Politics
Oct. 2 Jin, Pil-Su Okinawa Sorage (Aman, Yadokari) and Aerial Burial
Oct. 23 Cho, Ahra Japanese Region Development and Machitsukuri
Nov. 13 Seo, Dong-Joo Nobel Prize and Japanese Literature: Kawabata Yasunari’s [Winter Land]
Nov. 27 Jo, Gwanja Japanese’ Perspective on Asia
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