Comparative Labor Studies 4 University of Tsukuba
Participants would make presentations on the articles or on their thesis. We would discuss the topic in a small group, from the viewpoint of comparative historical analysis of the labor relations. Participants are required to prepare not only resume or PPT presentations in Japanese or English, but also manuscript with10-15 pages paper. During this course participants would be encouraged to apply and take part in academic conferences in and outside Japan, to prepare their articles for the academic journals, and finally to prepare for the doctoral thesis.This class deals with different topics from those of 'Comparative Labor Studies 1,2,3'.
Through the presentation and discussion of each presenter and the lectures after that, participants can have further understandings on how to write the master thesis.
Universal competences of communication, internationalities, and knowledge empowerment, and specialized competences, research and specialized knowledge are related.
Presentation and paper, end-term report
Orientation, basic guidance, deciding the presentersPresentation and discussion, focusing the problem-settingResearch surveyResearch objectResearch methodResearch originalityResearch structureResearch logic and resultReferences and graphsApplication to journals
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