International Seminar of Narrative Psychology and Education (2): Methods of Multicultural Communication for Children and Youth

published: 2014-05-29 Japanese:日本語版へ

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Date: June 15, 2014 (Sun.) 13:30-17:30
Place:
Room 403/4 Soshikan Hall,
Kinugasa Campus, Ritsumeikan University (PDF)
Host: Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University
Joint Host: A Society for Narrative and Qualitative Studies
Organizer: Yoko Yamada (Ritsumeikan University)
Participation: Free of Charge

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Event Overview

International Seminar of Narrative Psychology and Education (2):Methods of Multicultural Communication for Children and Youth

This is the second international seminar of narrative psychology and education. In the first seminar we focused on the theme of "skills for bullying prevention" and considered concrete support methodologies in educational settings. In this seminar we consider "bullying" issues deeply by putting the issues into the wide perspective of "multicultural communication methodology" and relating them to more various aspects.

In part I Professor Dagmar Strohmeier of University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria lectures on "bullying in multicultural schools." Commentary and comment to the lecture is provided by Prof. Yuichi Toda of Osaka University of Education, who is the leading expert of bullying research in Japan and has held international collaborative research with him.

In part II two young Japanese researchers, who has held international exchanges with Professor Strohmeier, conduct lectures.

Program

Opening Remarks

Yoko Yamada (Ritsumeikan University)

Part I

13:30~15:00 Lecture (1)
Bullying in multicultural schools
Professor Dagmar Strohmeier (University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria)
Translation and comment: Yuichi Toda (Osaka University of Education)

(Break)

Part II

15:30~17:30 Lecture (2)
Possibilities and difficulties of suicide prevention in school settings: From research findings and practices
Daisuke Kawashima (Chukyo University, Japan)

Lecture (3)
Toward a model of (re)constructing meaning in life
Yu Urata (Kyoto University, Japan)
General Discussion
18:00 Information Exchange Meeting (until 19:30)

Inquiries

Administrative Office, Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University
56-1 Tojiinkita-machi, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8577
Email:ars-vive@st.ritsumei.ac.jp
TEL: +81-75-465-8475
FAX: +81-75-465-8245

* There is no parking available at the venue, so please use public transportation.

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