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HAGIWARA YUKI

Job title: Associate Professor
Department: Department of Marine Policy and Culture
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Major: Philosophy

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産学・地域連携推進機構 研究者総覧データベース

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Reconsidering the criticisms on Cultural Relativism in Information Ethics

    Yuki Hagiwara , 2021.03

    The Journal of Social Science

  • A Possibility to Connect Education Activities from the Views of Ethics: Based on the Experience of the First-Year Curriculum in the Undergraduate Course of Marine Policy and Culture

    Yuki Hagiwara , 2021.02

    Journal of the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

  • Effectiveness of Ethical Norms under the Circumstances of the Development of Information and Communication Technology: From the Views of Information Ethics and Risk Society Theory

    Yuki Hagiwara , 2020.03

    The Journal of Social Science

  • Problems of the First-Year Curriculum from the View of Information Ethics: A Lecture of “Information Literacy” in the Undergraduate Course of Marine Policy and Culture as a Case Study

    Yuki Hagiwara , 2020.02

    Journal of the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

  • Meanings of Locality in Risk Society Theory

    YUKI HAGIWARA , 2019.03

    Journal of Social Science

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • リベラルアーツは〈震災・復興〉とどう向きあうか

    萩原優騎 , 2016.09

    風行社 , 地域社会における専門家と住民の関係――災害にどのように備え、対応すればよいのか , 158-171

  • Mainstreaming Co-operatives: Asian Perspectives

    Hagiwara, Yuki , 2015.09

    International Co-operative Alliance: Asia and Pacific , Core Values of the Co-operative Identity as Meta-universality: Beyond the Antagonism between Universalism and Pluralism , 47-64

 

Lesson Subject 【 display / non-display

  • Information Literacy

  • Seminar on Marine Policy and Culture Ⅰ

  • Seminar on Marine Policy and Culture Ⅱ

  • Introduction to Marine Policy and Culture

  • Contemporary Ethics

  • Bio/Environmental Ethics

  • Problems of Bio/Environmental Ethics

  • Life, Environment and Culture

  • Lesson Subject(Graduate School)

    Applied Ethics