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Qualitative research  
Terumitsu OGAWA A Qualitative Study on How a High School Students Acquire Social Awareness:
Analysis of a report about Minamata Disease through Integrated study and Field work
Daisuke MURAI How does a teacher talk about Social Studies Classes through the Life Story?
Yoshihiro TAMEIKE A Study on the significance of lesson Analysis Research of Takayasu SHIGEMATSU in Social Studies Education by Focusing on Discovery and investigation of Student-led Classes
Takeshi SANAGA Knowledge in Social Interaction: A Case of the Student Narrative in a Social Studies Class in Junior High School
Makoto KONDO The Creative Aspect of Childrenユs Questions in Elementary Social Studies Lessons:
Reconstitute the Lessons Focused on the Questions of Children in the data
Akiko UTSUNOMIYA A Study of Lesson Design Focusing on the Process of Generating Knowledge in History Class: Based on the Analysis of a History Class in Germany Using Discourse Analysis
Ryosuke OKADA The Introduction of the Grounded Theory Approach for Educational Evaluation in Social Studies: Research and Practice on Presenting Viewpoints for Evaluation in the Social Recognition Formation Process
Yoshihiko TANIMOTO The Research of Undifferentiated Education of the lower Grades in Yokokawa
Elementary School from the 1920s through the 1930s: Clarification of the Prehistory of Experimental Social Studies Classes in Sakurada Elementary School
Research Note  
Kenji YAMAMOTO A Class of Postwar Compensation using a Court Decision Paper as Teaching Materials: A Case of the IANFU Issue
The Committee for Research Promotion Report of "Energy and Social" in the 2013 Spring Symposium
Book Review  
News and Notes  


I.Special Report: How can We practice Social Issue based learning?: Focus on Japanese agriculture
Fumiaki EMA Summary of the Symposium on the 63rd Annual Conference of JASS, Yamagata University
Kouya SATO Agriculture and Farm village Studies as a Social Issue in Social Studies Education
Takenori INOSE Agriculture Studies from the Economic Way of Thinking:
Aiming to Balance the Efficiency and Fairness
Masahiro NASU Unique Contributions of Social Studies to Food and Agriculture Education
Tomoyuki KANTO The Development of Teaching Materials on Agricultural Studies Using Situated Learning Theory in Junior High Schools
Masataka ARAI Teaching on What Agriculture/Farming Villages Should be: Toward Future-oriented Geography Lessons
Hirokazu TAKEUCHI Local Issues Education Aimed at Human Resources Development Responsible for the Next Generation; Potential for Idetity Education through Living Local Issues
Katsuyuki MATSUI How should we deal with Japanese Agricultural Issues in Social Studies?:
A literature Review on the Industrial Learning in Elementary Schools
Masami IDO Viewpoints of Social Studies on "safety of agriculture and food" in a Japan polluted by radioactivity: Argument from the "OISHINBO" comics
II.Research in Social Studies  
Masanori SHINOZAKI  Trends of Theoretical Research in Social Studies Education in 2013
Tooru  NEMOTO Trends of Practical Research in Social Studies Education in the 2013 Academic Year
Hirotsugu  HIRATA Social Studies in Kenya


Jun YOSHINAGA The Significance of Debate Lessons as Competitive Activity in Social Studies Education: Based on Chantal Mouffe's Theory of Radical Democracy
Kazuhide HATTORI Strategies for Fostering the Ability to Analyze Historical Culture in Chronological History Curriculum: The Case of History in Secondary Schools in Saxony-Anhalt
Book Review  
News and Notes  


Hiroki NAKAMURA The Logic and Significance of Communities Inquiry as History Learning Theory
Guangxiao LV Using Children's Naive Economic Theory for the Development of Scientific Social Cognition in Elementary School Social Studies
The Committee for Research Promotion The Current Activity of the Committee for Research Promotion
The Committee for International Exchange Report of the International Academic with Korean Social Studies Association
The Special Committee for Responding to Earthquake Disaster Survey Report on the Community Learning in Disaster-affected Areas of the Great East Japan Earthquake
Book Review  
News and Notes  


I. Special Report: Possibilies for Social Studies Education in Changing Society by Population Decline
Norio IKENO Summary of and Comment about the Symposium "the Changing Society by Decrease of Population and Possibilities for Social Studies Education" on the 64th Annual Conference of JASS
Myunghee LEE Challenges of Korea Social Studies Education in a Depopulating Society:    
The Need for "International Cooperation Perspectives" in The Global Age
Kiyoshi KARAKI Roles of Social Studies in Depopulating Society:    
Possiblity of "Social Issues", "Way of thinking", and "Cooperative Learning"
Teruko ISHIKAWA Reconstruction of the "Contemporary Society" Curriculum in Civics for the Study of Social Change: From the View of a Depopulating Society
Hideo YONEZU Possibilities and Challenges of Two Subjects: Social Study and the Integrated Study Encouraging Zest for Life in an Ageing and Depopulating Society
Shoichi TAMOTO Development of a Social Studies Lesson Plan corresponding to Depopulating Society in Elementary School: Consideration from Legitimate Peripheral Participation by Unlearning
Takahiro SUZUKI Shrinking Population Society from the View Point of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area: Will Social Studies be able to Overcome the Disparity Society?
Kenji TANI Classification of the Shape of Population Pyramids by Spatial Scales and Population Studies
Masumi Tsubota A Framework for the Learning Units of Social Studies towards the Society Living Together with Diversity: The potential of an "Issues-Focused Approach"
II. Research in Social Studies
Hiromi KAWAGUCHI Trends in Theoretical Research in Social Studies Education in 2014
Toshitatsu TANAKA Trends in Practical Research in Social Studies Education in 2014
Kyoko NAKAYAMA The Development of Identity in Public schools in the Mariana Islands:
Focus on Social studies Education in Guam
News and Notes  


Social Studies Preparing for Disasters
Koichiro KUNIHARA The Role of High School Geography in Disaster Prevention Education:
Towards Use of Geographical Information for Decision Making
Shigefumi NAGATA Geography Lesson Plans Introducing a Viewpoint of Landscapes to Raise Awareness on Disaster Prevention:
Examination of the Secondary Geography Unit of the Australian Curriculum
Katsuhisa SHIRAI Consideration on Social Studies Lesson Plan Using Local Fieldwork
in the first half of 1950's:
A Case of Fukuda Kanou's Practice, "New Local Education" in Setagaya Higashi Tamagawa Elementary School
Research Notes  
Hiroaki SAKAUE Perspective of ESD in Geographical Education in Germany:
By Analyzing "Lehrplan" from the Aspects of Pedagogy and Geography
Book Review  
News and Notes  


Social Studies Preparing for Disasters
Kenji Yamazaki Disaster Learning Holds the Key to the Creation of Resilience
Jinichiro SAITO The American Social Studies Curriculum Respending to Increasing Diversity of Students in the early 20th Century:
Examining the Report of the Committee on Social Studies of N. E. A
Katsuya SHIGEMATU Report of “Open Workshop for New Subject, Tentatively Named Koukyo”
Book Review  
News and Notes  


I. Special Report: Exploring Possibilities on Disaster Recovery Education in Social Studies:
New Regional Revitalization and Social Participation
Naotoshi MATSUOKA Exploring Possibilities on Disaster Recovery Education in Social Studies:
Aims and Summary of Symposium on the 65th Annual Conference of JASS
Yoshiyuki MURAYAMA Promoting School Safety from the Perspective of School Disaster Management Support and Teacher Training Based on Local Factors:
Practices by the Tsuruoka Education Board and Teacher Training Course in Yamagata University
Takashi ODA Developing Global Citizens through Disaster Recovery Learning:
Great East Japan Earthquake and Design of Sustainable Society
Masachika TAMAOU Disaster Recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Current Status and Issues on Regional Revitalization
Kenichi NAKAZAWA Efforts and Issues on Disaster Prevention Education for Elementary School Social Studies:
Through Practices in Onagawa Town and Ishinomaki City in Miyagi Prefecture
Takashi SHIMURA Contribution of Social Studies Education to Recovery in Disaster Affected Areas:
Thinking through the Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake in Yamakoshi
Kiyoko MAJIMA Significance and Role of Taxation as a Means to Support Recovery Efforts:
Raising Consciousness and the Sense of Participation to Exercise Rights and Abilities
Kenji ODA Issues on Regional Revitalization and Recovery Education in Depopulated Areas:
The Case of Tadami Town in Fukushima Prefecture
Mitsunori NAKAMURA Practices and Development of a High School Geography Unit on Disaster Prevention Introducing the Perspective of ESD:
Toward Social Participation through Geographical Study Based on Reading Topographical Maps
II. Research in Social Studies
Daisuke FUJII Trends in Theoretical Research in Social Studies Education in 2015
Katsuji YAMAMOTO Trends in Practical Research in Social Studies Education in 2015
NASUTION Social Studies Learning and the New National Curriculum (2013) in Indonesia:
Development of Noble Character and Scientific Thinking


Tomokazu SHIBUTANI History Learning in Elementary School Social Studies Focusing on the History of the Ryukyus and Okinawa
Yasutaka OKADA A Method for Learning Social Studies to Cultivate "Political Literacy" in Elementary Schools: Discussing Topical Issues Based on the "Criteria of Judgement"
Atsushi ONUKI Efficacy and Problems with the Education of Negotiation: Civics Lessons Introducing Outcomes of the Sociology of Law
Hideyuki MIYAMOTO Assessment of World History Education for the Purpose of Grasping the Nature of Citizenship: An Introductory Unit Case Study: Thinking about Empire as a Statement
Research Notes  
Keisuke IWASAKI The Role and Position of Social Studies Teachers from an Issues-Centered Approach: Based on Recent Trends in Social Studies Research in the USA
Book Review
News and Notes  


Jongsung KIM Teaching History of Japan-Korea Relations Based on "Authentic Communication" Between the Self and Others: A Case for メMaking a Better History Textbook as Relates to the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese Warモ by Japanese and Korean Students
Zhihua CHEN History Education during the Cultural Revolution in China and the Formation of a National Identity: Through an Analysis of Textbooks in Secondary Schools
Shigefumi NAGATA
History Learning in the Context of Sustainable Use of Energy in Elementary Social Studies
Akiko UTSUNOMIYA A Study on Historical Development and the Outlook for Future Research on Historical Consciousness: Based on a Study on Historical Consciousness in Germany
Book Review  
News and Notes  

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