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No.81 (1999)

Articles  
Ko SATO Oriental History Education in the 30’s of the Meiji Period:An Analysis of Proposal on Reforming Oriental History Education by Hisho Saito
Research Notes  
Toru YAMASHITA Teachig the future vision concerning North-South problem
Naotoshi MATSUOKA Types of Cooperation between School and Community in Social Studies
Hiroshi ICHIKAWA The 1998 Course of Study and the Tasks for Social Studies Education: Toward a New Paradigm of Knowledge
Bunzo KUDOU Effects of Secondary School Curriculum Reform on Social Studies
Forum  
Kazuhiro KUSAHARA, Takaharu MORIWAKE Critical Perspectives/On the Essential Nature of Geography in Social Studies: Some Questions about Yamaguchi’s Paper
Koichi NAKAGAWA,Tsugiyoshi TAKAYAMA, Takeo MIYAHARA, Iwao NAMI, Hirotsugu HIRATA Opinions on the New Course of Study
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.82 (1999)

Articles  
Masao YOSHIDA The Distribution of School-Knowledge in the Social Studies: Supplementary Readers used in Elementary Schools of Hokkaido, 1997
Masatoshi SUZUKI A Study on Children’s Geographic Spatial Cognition: Focusing on the relevance of the freehand map-drawing method
Koichi NAKAGAWA Special Issues in the 50 years of Japanese Association for the Social Studies: Japanese Association for the Social Studies in the Early Period
Forum  
Yukio YAMAGUCHI Reconsidering the Theories of Geography Teaching in Japan: As a Response to the Critiques by Kusahara and Moriwake
Yasuyuki YOKOO Improving Students’ Ability: A Creation of “Integrated Studies”
Yasunori SHIMIZU Towards a Construction of “Yume no Gakko”: Creating a School Curriculum with “Integrated Activities” as a Core Concept
Kazuhiro KAMATA Creating “Integrated Studies” with Students
Hideki KUROSAWA A Challenge to create “Kusunoki-time” as Periods for Integrated Studies
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.83 (2000)

Practical Studies in Social Studies Education I
Articles  
Akira ARAI Teaching of Civics to improve student’s “views and thinking based on economics” in Upper Secondary Schools: Through a use of three simulations
Sei IGARASHI History Education focusing the narrative nature of illustrated Scrolls in Primary Schools: Based on the case using “Mongolian Attack”
Tateo ISHII Styles for History Education in the Social Studies in Lower Secondary Schools:Reconsidering Chronological Curriculum
Katsumi OSAWA A Study of Industrial Learning at Elementary School: Case Studies of Learning focusing on the Issues of Industrial Technology
Yuichi NAKAJIMA An Application of Group Presentation in “Ethics? Classes and its Analysis
Reio YATABE Learning about the United Nations in “Politics and Economy” and “Contemporary Society” in Upper Secondary Schools: Through an Analysis of “Secondary School Kit on the United Nations”
Tetsuo KAJI The ゙fty years of the Japanese Association for the Social Studies and I: on “dissolution of the Social Studies”
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.84 (2000)

Articles  
Practical Studies in Social Studies Education II
Yasushi ABE Incorporating Regional History into the Teaching Materials for Geography and History: An Examination of Regions and Nation in the History of Hokkaidou by the Case of Otobe-Shinagawa Farm
Yoko UEDA A Study on Learning Contents of Area Study by Using of Internet in Social Studies: Collaborative Learning on “People’s Life in different Localities”
Hinako UMEDA Human Rights Education with Children’s Felt Want: To Live together with Children of Korean Residents in Japan
Takato JUFUKU A Study on Historical Image in the Teaching of Japanese History in Senior High Schools: Through a Seminar-Style Learning on “Ancient Cencus Register”
Katsuya SHIGEMATSU A Quantitive Analysis of Students’ Writings: Empirical Study on the In゚uence of Norms on the Viewpoint Of the Judgement
Kazou HIRATA The Fifty Years of the Japanese Association for the Social Studies and I: On “Dissolution of the Social Studies”
Forum  
Takaharu MORIWAKE, Kazuhiro KUSAHARA The Essential Nature of Geography in Social Studies Reconsidered: Some Reguests to Yamaguchi’s Response
Committee for Research on Social Studies Investigation into the Views of JASS Members on Social Studies Curriculum (2)
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.85 (2001)

Articles  
Toshiaki KATO An Investigation of the Developmental Change in Children’s Understandings of Society: Through an Analysis of the Viewpoint of Distinguishing Retail
Stores  
Kazuhiro KUSAHARA A Study on the Characteristics of “Geographic Inquiry into Global Issues”: Geography Education as “Social Technology”
Ryutaro ASAKURA The Role of Japanese Association for the Social Studies and the In-Service Training
Koichi NAKAGAWA My Memory of Japanese Association for the Social Studies: The Path to the Joint Conference of Japanese Association for the Social Studies and Japan Social Studies Research Association
Tomomi SAJIMA Science Council of Japan and Japan Associations for the Social Studies
Forum  
Katsuhiko KIMURA On the Publication of Social Studies Education Bibliography Vol. 4
Yoshiharu TODA Toward a Reconsideration of Social Studies: On the Publication of Encyclopedia of Social Studies Education
Hisashi KURIHARA A Report of the Study Group on Overseas Social Studies: Fiscal Year 2000
News snd Notes  

No.86 (2001)

Articles  
Teisuke KUMATA The Development of “Zakka” at Matsumoto Ordinary and Higher Elementary School: An Analysis of the Configuration of Teaching Contents
Tadayoshi SUGA Japanese National History as seen in Local History: The Case of Aizu Tajima
Research Note  
Hisashi KURIHARA New Developments in Citizenship Education in Great Britain: Steps toward Making it Compulsory in National Curriculum
Forum  
Yukio YAMAGUCHI The Continuing Debate on Geography Education: A Response to Moriwake and Kusahara
Takaharu MORIWAKE Concerns for Academic Societies on Social Studies Education: Toward a Coalition of JSSRA and JASS
Tugiyoshi TAKAYAMA Concerns for JASS: Problems of Organization and Management of the Society
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.87 (2002)

Articles  
Focus on the Social Studies and Integrated Studies
Yoshikazu USUI The Social Studies Curriculum and “Period for Integrated Study”
Yoshiyasu IDA “Period for Integrated Study” from the Viewpoint of Geography Education
Kiyohiro KIMATA The Relation between the Social Studies and “Period for Integrated Study” as Seen from the Educational Experiences of Ina Primary School
Kyoko NAKAYAMA The Development of Integrated Studies in Grade 1-2 to Social Studies through the Growth of Social Cognition
Yoshiharu TODA Perspectives of Research in the Teaching of the Social Studies Corresponding to the “Children who Study under the Curriculum of Life Environmental Studies and ‘Period for Integrated Study’”
Satoshi KAMADA Teaching Materials Development Focusing on the Japan-Korea History for History Classes in Junior Highschool: On Japan-Korea Embassies in Edo period
Izumi OTANI A New Attempt to Teach Anti-Cult Measures in Ethics Classes in the Senior Highschool: Focusing on “study of self”
Takeshi SANAGA Practical Methods for the Development of the Social Studies Curriculum by Teachers
Forum  
Hideki FUKUDA The Network of the Social Studies Teachers for “Period for Integrated Study”
News snd Notes  

No.88 (2002)

Articles  
Tadamichi NAGATA A Reform of Moral Training Lessons in the New Education Movement of the Taisho Era: Towards the Development of Social Cognition in the Teaching of Morals in Elementary Education
Seiji OKAZAKI A View of Social Change in the Curriculum for the Study of the Community in Elementary Schools: The Case of the Third Grade Unit on ‘Local Shopping Areas: The Matter of Empty Stores’
Forum  
The Committee for International Exchange A Report of the Study Group on Social Studies Overseas for Fiscal 2001
The Committee for the Advancement of Research Report of a Preliminary Survey on the Social Studies Curriculum: Structure and Consistency
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.89 (2003)

Articles  
Naoto TSUCHIYA An Analysis of “Citizen Readers” (Jinmin Tokuhon): With a Focus on a Discription of Diplomacy and a View of the War
Forum  
Yuuji EGUCHI The present state of Law-Related Education in Japan
Masahiko ICHINEI Bringing up The Children who Learn in The Community and Think about The Future of it: How to Teach and Practice Social Studies that Think about The Development into “Period for Integrated Study”
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

No.90 (2003)

Articles  
Tsuyoshi YOSHIDA On How High School Students View and Recognize the Space of Nations and Continents
Research Notes  
Katsuyuki MATSUI A Study on the Construction of Betty A. Reardon’s Secondary School Global Education Curriculum: Implications on Social Studies Curriculum Development
Forum  
The Committee for the Advancement of Media Literacy Welcome to the Newly Established Homepage of the Japanese Association for the Social Studies
Book Review  
News snd Notes  

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