1. Deepen knowledge about sustainable society related to students's research themes 2. Acquire ability to synthesize and evaluate reading sources connected to students'research themes 3. Develop discussion and presentation skills in English
This course is designed to deepen student understanding of research approaches to sustainable soicety in connection with their graduation research topics.
Environmental Ethics: An introduction with readings; Routledge, 2000
Students must meet weekly outside of class in study groups and actively participate in all classes.
Class participation, reading assignments, visual and oral presentations of ongoing research for their graduation thesis
１．Overview of course and syllabus ２．Thesis research guidelines ３．Concepts of community networking for sustainablity ４．Case study of community networking for sustainability ５．Developing indicators of community sustainability ６．Feasiblity of sustainability indicators ７．Education for sustainablity ８．Student presentations of thesis research ９．Principles of social capital in the community 10．Integrating values of social capital in the community 11．Sustainability and businesss 12．Adopting sustainable strategies 13．Environmental assessments and green taxes 14．A business model of social responsibility 15．Student research presentation and paper
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