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KONISHI Yukio

Position

Associate Professor

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Graduating School 【 display / non-display

  • Chuo University   Faculty of Law   Graduated

    - 1992.2

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • University of Leeds   Master's Course   Completed

    - 1995.9

  • Ritsumeikan University   Graduate School, Division of Policy Science   Doctor's Course   Accomplished credits for doctoral program

    - 2003.3

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  • KONAN UNIVERSITY   Center for Education in General Studies   Associate Professor

    2016.4

  • KONAN UNIVERSITY   International Exchange Center   Konan International Exchange Center   Associate Professor

    2008.4 - 2016.3

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  • 近畿大学経済学部経済学科

    2005.4 - 2006.3

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    Country:Japan

  • 近畿大学商経学部

    1997.4 - 2001.3

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    Country:Japan

  • 英国ジョセフ・プリストリー・カレッジ

    1995.10 - 1997.1

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    Country:United Kingdom

  • 英国リーズ大学

    1995.1 - 1995.6

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    Country:United Kingdom

  • KEC外語学院

    1991.11 - 1994.6

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    Country:Japan

Professional Memberships 【 display / non-display

  • Japan Association of University Administrative Management

    2014.4

  • International Conference ICTfor Language Learning

    2018.9

  • International Conference of Eudutaion , Research and Innovation

    2017.9

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Remedial Education at Japanese Universities and its Challenge. Reviewed

    Remedial Education at Japanese Universities and its Challenge.

    12th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation   2019.11

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    Publisher:ICERI  

  • New Challenges to the University Education style after YUTORI-KYOIKU Reform in Japan. Reviewed

    Yukio Konishi

    11th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Proceedings   2018.11

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    New Challenge to The University Education Style after YUTORI-KYOIKU reform in Japan. The Urgent needs of Remedial Edition fro the Freshmen. What can we teach and How?

  • The Diverse Circumstances of Muslim Women in EU Member States Reviewed

    Yukio Konishi

    Movements of Women across Nations and Their Effects on Nation-States & international Relationships   131   73 - 85   2018.2

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  • TRANS- FACULTY BASIC SKILLS PROJECT SEMINAR CLASSES – DEVELOPING NEW CLASSES AND CURRICULUM DESIGN AS A GENERAL EDUCATION FOR TRANS-FACULTY STUDENTS Reviewed

    Yukio Konishi

    10th International Conference of Education, research and Innovation   2017.11

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    Publisher:ICERI  

    Abstract

    Although the percentage of young people attending college according to OECD data is not particularly high in Japan when compared with other countries, the completion rate of Japanese students actually enrolling in higher education is very high. This implies that the motivation to complete college successfully is relatively high in Japan where a college qualification is seen as mandatory—a kind of guaranteed pass for entering a career for those Japanese students who have chance to enroll in higher education. In contrast, in the US, for example, many young people initially enroll in college, but subsequently, if the conditions or circumstances are not favorable, leave college without graduating. Therefore, we can assume that they try to look for a career making wider choices within the higher education system after completing their high school education. If they decide it is not the right choice to stay at college, they will leave and choose another way forward. In Japan, the situation is not the same.

    University, of course, offers specialized academic knowledge and is a place where students can acquire a specialized education. However, thanks to the latest information technology, university is no longer the only place where people can acquire specialized knowledge and information. A great variety of knowledge can be accessed instantly through the Internet and the process has become much faster and easier compared with a few decades ago.

    However, there is one serious negative effect which comes from studying using the new technologies rather than attending college. Students studying alone often fail to develop communicative skills and this can have a damaging effect on any research field where cooperative activity and the sharing of ideas in constructive discussion is an important part of making significant advances.

    In this cross-faculty seminar for freshmen, the curriculum will be designed to help students to develop communicative skills and share ideas to strengthen the ability to solve problems by working in a group environment. Brainstorming, joint problem-solving, evaluation and critiquing of ideas, group presentations and a variety of other strategies will be employed to develop those skills which are becoming more and more important in the Internet age.

    I would like to introduce the way we conduct this project class covering the variety of different approaches used and our attempts to nurture intensive self-development among the students. We will try to demonstrate the effect the curriculum has upon the students and show how they develop their confidence and communicative skills during this 16-week course.
    Also In the later part of the course. we have developed a project class in which we try to mimic techniques used in business seminars. Students are encouraged to produce a proposal for improving their university and making it more attractive to applicants. Many interesting and imaginative proposals are submitted, and the fact that the seminar is inter-disciplinary means than students from different academic backgrounds learn about the interests and priorities of students and faculties other than their own, come to respect other disciplines, and compromise over the allocation of resources.

    Each group gives its presentation competitively in front of the other students. I also provide an analysis of their self-evaluation as to how much they discovered about the changes in their way of thinking as a result of the course.

  • Epoch-Making Extensive and Intensive Reading Material on the Web Reviewed

    2016.12

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Books and Other Publications 【 display / non-display

  • 危機の中のEU経済統合

    小西幸男、高屋定美(第12章1節、2節)

    文眞堂  2018.3  ( ISBN:9784830949845

  • Economy of European Union

    ( Role: Joint author)

    2010.4  ( ISBN:978-4-623-05725-2

  • 『Expanding Skills and strategies for the TOEIC Test Target 600』(共著)

    小西 幸男( Role: Joint author)

    マクミランランゲージハウス  2005.10 

  • 英語総合ハンドブック 近畿大学経済学部英語教材開発編 (共著)

    小西 幸男( Role: Joint author)

    近畿大学出版部  2005.3 

  • 1. 内田勝敏・清水貞俊編著『EU経済論〜拡大と変革の未来像〜』(共著)

    小西 幸男.( Role: Joint author)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2001.5 

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    「第11章 EUと環境問題(pp.233-256)」

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Remedial education at Japanese Universities and Its Challenge

    Yukio Konishi

    12th International Educational Conference, Research and Innovation   (Spain )  International Educational Conference Research and Innovation

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    Event date: 2019.11

  • 私たちが100歳まで生きるなら Invited

    小西幸男

    西宮文化想像フォーラム  (甲南大学 西宮キャンパス)  西宮文化想像フォーラム

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    Event date: 2019.9

    私たちが100歳まで生きるなら〜若い世代は人生100年時代をどうとらえるか〜

    30代から90代までの市民を対象に人生百年時代のとうらいまでに昭和平成とどのような時代であったかを振り返りながら、現在の社会構造をともに考えることで新しい時代をそれぞれの世代がどのような役割を果たしながら共存できるかを考える参加型のセミナーです。

  • New Challenges to the University Education style after Yutori-Kyoiku Reform in Japan

    Yukio Konishi

    11th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation  (Spain )  International Educational Conference Research and Innovation

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    Event date: 2018.11

  • 将来を考えるセミナー〜親になるということ〜 Invited

    小西幸男

    将来を考えるセミナー〜親になるということ〜  (甲南大学)  大阪府立大学セクシュアリティ教育プロジェクト

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    Event date: 2018.11 - 2018.12

    妊娠・出産・育児について学ぶ一連のセミナーで最終回は政策面にも言及し若い世代が親になるということをどのように「キャリアデザイン」して考えるべきかの提案をセミナー方式で行う。

  • Trans-Faculty Basic Skills Project Seminar Classes,Developing New Classes and Curriculum Design

    Yukio Konishi

    10th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation  (Spain )  International Educational Conference Research and Innovation

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    Event date: 2017.11

    Abstract

    Although the percentage of young people attending college according to OECD data is not particularly high in Japan when compared with other countries, the completion rate of Japanese students actually enrolling in higher education is very high. This implies that the motivation to complete college successfully is relatively high in Japan where a college qualification is seen as mandatory—a kind of guaranteed pass for entering a career for those Japanese students who have chance to enroll in higher education. In contrast, in the US, for example, many young people initially enroll in college, but subsequently, if the conditions or circumstances are not favorable, leave college without graduating. Therefore, we can assume that they try to look for a career making wider choices within the higher education system after completing their high school education. If they decide it is not the right choice to stay at college, they will leave and choose another way forward. In Japan, the situation is not the same.

    University, of course, offers specialized academic knowledge and is a place where students can acquire a specialized education. However, thanks to the latest information technology, university is no longer the only place where people can acquire specialized knowledge and information. A great variety of knowledge can be accessed instantly through the Internet and the process has become much faster and easier compared with a few decades ago.

    However, there is one serious negative effect which comes from studying using the new technologies rather than attending college. Students studying alone often fail to develop communicative skills and this can have a damaging effect on any research field where cooperative activity and the sharing of ideas in constructive discussion is an important part of making significant advances.

    In this cross-faculty seminar for freshmen, the curriculum will be designed to help students to develop communicative skills and share ideas to strengthen the ability to solve problems by working in a group environment. Brainstorming, joint problem-solving, evaluation and critiquing of ideas, group presentations and a variety of other strategies will be employed to develop those skills which are becoming more and more important in the Internet age.

    I would like to introduce the way we conduct this project class covering the variety of different approaches used and our attempts to nurture intensive self-development among the students. We will try to demonstrate the effect the curriculum has upon the students and show how they develop their confidence and communicative skills during this 16-week course.
    Also In the later part of the course. we have developed a project class in which we try to mimic techniques used in business seminars. Students are encouraged to produce a proposal for improving their university and making it more attractive to applicants. Many interesting and imaginative proposals are submitted, and the fact that the seminar is inter-disciplinary means than students from different academic backgrounds learn about the interests and priorities of students and faculties other than their own, come to respect other disciplines, and compromise over the allocation of resources.

    Each group gives its presentation competitively in front of the other students. I also provide an analysis of their self-evaluation as to how much they discovered about the changes in their way of thinking as a result of the course.

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Other Research Activities 【 display / non-display

  • 将来を考えるセミナー準備会

    2017.6

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    2018年度「将来への結婚・出産への希望を育み大学生教育の実践的研究」に向けた準備委員会および11月の連続セミナー実施
    「将来を考えるセミナーin甲南大学〜親になるということ〜」開催
    11月8日・22日・12月6日(全3回)

  • ICE for Language Learning 9th Conference in Florence, Italy

    2016.11

  • 西宮消防・消防行政研修

    2016.8

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    西宮消防にて消防団員の消防行政研修 

    13:30 予防担当者会開始
    13:05 危険物の判定装置の取扱い
    14:30 議題審議・情報提供
    15:30 違反是正研修(小西先生)

  • Kansai EU Study

    2010.4

  • 日本EU学会 第28回(2007年度)研究大会

    2007.11

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     共通論題「ローマ条約50年–到達点と展望」 論題:「EU高等教育政策の経済効果とガバナンスにおける課題(EU Educational Policy, Economic Effectiveness and Governnance)」 於:神戸大学 2007年11月25日発表

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Joint and Contract research activities (Public) 【 display / non-display

  • Practical education for university students on from marriage to childbirth

    General funded research

    2018.4 - 2022.3

Preferred joint research theme 【 display / non-display

  • ヨーロッパ環境法政策

  • ヨーロッパ諸国の教育政策

  • 子育て支援

  • Policy of Higher Education and its practical programming

 

Social Activities 【 display / non-display

  • 公開講座『親になるということ』

    Role(s): Appearance, Presenter, Planner, Organizing member

    甲南大学 iCommons  2017.11 - 2017.12

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    Audience: College students, General

  • 西宮消防職員研修

    2006.4

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    行政執行法に関する講義