公害教育を問うことの意味  [in Japanese] The Meaning of Inquiring about Kogai Kyoiku  [in Japanese]

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<p>  Kogai kyoiku is a series of learning/education activities conducted in Japan after the 1960s by people who experienced public nuisance issues or issues relating to the environment/development that might harm their health in order to change their perceptions or actions, and those of others. But it has been little known in Japanese EE research. In this article, I discuss the meaning of inquiring about kogai kyoiku from the following three points: </p><p>ⅰ) Where should kogai kyoiku be placed in the history of EE ? </p><p>ⅱ) Where should kogai kyoiku research be placed in the history of EE research ? </p><p>ⅲ ) How should we proceed with kogai kyoiku research as EE research ? </p><p>  In conclusion, I point out that EE researchers should reflect what is known about kogai kyouiku and search what should be known in order to understand the history of EE (research) and reorient EE (research) in the post-3.11 society in Japan.</p>

Journal

  • Japanese Journal of Environmental Education

    Japanese Journal of Environmental Education 25(1), 1_4-13, 2015

    The Japanese Society for Environmental Education

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005464784
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0917-2866
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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