Bulletin

JERASS publishes two jounrals; Syakaika Kenkyu and Syakaika Kyoiku Ronso.
While the former focuses on theory, the latter emphasises practice in order to promote the works in the field of social studies.

・Syakaika Kenkyu
(Journal of educational research on social studies)
・Syakaika Kyoiku Ronso
(Bulletin of Japanese social studies research association)

BULLETIN,Vol.49

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The Achievement Report of International Studies Exchange Seminar between JERASS and KASSE
●The Reseach of Academic Trend in JERASS Tomohito Harada
●The Reseach of Academic Trend in KASSE Byung-Ro Son
●Carrying Forward Social Studies Education
by International Exchange Seminar between JERASS and KASSE
Hirokazu Kimura
【Part 1】 The New Research Trend of Social Studies Education in Japan and Korea
●The Implication from The New Research Trend of Social Studies Education in Japan And Korea Akihide Mine
●The New Possibilities for Comparative Educational Reseach Regarding Citizenship
:From Japan and Korea to Multinational review of Restructing Social Studies Curriculum
Tadamichi Nagata
●The type and its Characteristic of Qualitative Research in Korea’s Social Studies Curriculum Young-Seng Kim
●Understanding of Elementary Social Studies Lesson in Korea Mi-Hwa Hong
【Part 2】 The Status Quo of Research of Citizenship Education in Japan and Korea(The Changes of Citizenshp Education in East Asia)
●The Implication from The Status Quo Citizenship Education in Japan and Korea Tadamichi Nagata
●The Changes of Citizenship Education Regarding Social Studies Curriculum in Korea:
Focusing on The Aims of Elementary Social Studies
O-Hyun Kwon
●Two Theories Regardig History Education in Course of Study for Junior High Schools in Japan:
Comparative Analysis Between 1951 Version and 1958 Version
Masashi Kakuda
●The Chandes and Status Quo of Civic Education Curriculum in China Xiaomin She
【Part 3】The Forefront of Social Studies Lesson Study in Japan and Korea
●The Implications form The Forefront of Social Studies Lesson Study in Japan and Korea Hiroya Yoshimizu
●A Cross-sectional Study on The Development of Social Thinking Abilities and Judgment Abilities in Junior High School Students:In case of History Learning Toshiaki Kato, Masami Umezu
●The type of Meaning on Lesson Reflection n Social Studies Action Research:
Through the Case Study on Regional Study
Ho-yup Nam
●Composing of Evaluation Strategy for Teachers in Social Studuies Lessons:
A Case of “Thinking of Earthquake Disaster Reconstruction”
Naho Inoue
●Vision of the International Sosial Studies Exchange Seminar By KASSE Nam Su Park
●Vision of the International Sosial Studies Exchange Seminar By JERASS Kenji Tanahashi
●A Brief Report:The Implication to New Aspect of International Understand Education and Global Education in Japan and Korea Toshinori Kuwabara
●The Program of International Social Studies Exchange Seminar between JERASS & KASSE: From The 1st to 4th
●The Primary Information Regarding The 5th International Social Studies Exhange Seminar between JERASS and KASSEi

BULLETIN,Vol.48

●Purpose of the Project Kenji Tanahashi
【Part 1】 A Research Methodology of US Researchers
●Research Methods on Social Studies Education Employed by L. S. Levstik
:Focusing on Qualitative Research
Toshinori Kuwabara
●Research Methods on Social Studies Education Employed by K. C. Barton
:Focusing on Research in Children’s Historical Understanding
Hidekazu Yamada
●Trends of Social Studies Education Research
:Analysis of Theory and Research in Social Studies Education (TRSE) from 2002 to 2011
Masato Ogawa
【Part 2】 A Research Methodology of Japanese Researchers
●Research Methods and Historical Challenges of Social Studies Education from Academic Disciplines Kenji Tanahashi
●Research Characteristics and Challenges of Curriculum Studies in Social Studies Education
:Based on Literature Review of JERASS Journals from 2000 to 2011
Hiromi Kawaguchi
●Research Methods and Challenges of Lesson Studies in Social Studies Education
:Six Approaches of Lesson Studies as “Normal Science” in Japan
Tatsuya Watanabe
●Research Methods and Challenges of Assessment in Social Studies Education Masato Fujimoto
●Trends of Social Studies Education Research
:Analysis of Journal of Educational Research on Social Studies
Masanobu Kiritani
【Part 3】An University and Variability of Research methodology
●Characteristics of Research Methods on Social Studies Education in the United States
:Focusing on “Elementary Social Studies Methods” at University of Texas at Austin
Hiroko Taguchi
●Characteristics of Research Methods on Citizenship Education in England
:Possibilities and Limitations of Purposes, Results and Methods in the Three Approaches
Noboru Tanaka
●Characteristics of Research Methods on Social Studies Education in Japan
: Focusing on Similarities and Differences between J. P. Shaver’s and T. Moriwake’s Views
Kazuhiro Kusahara
●Result and Perspective Kazuhiro Mizoguchi

BULLETIN,Vol.47

●Purpose of the Project Hirokazu Kimura
●Development of Historical Research of Social Studies Education in the Latter Half of the Twentieth Century
: Basic Inquiry for “Searching for Schematization of Social Studies Education History and New Research Methods”
Hirokazu Kimura
*New Historical Research Methods for Social Studies Education: Japan, Korea and the U.S.
●Logics in the Development of Historical Cognition in Post-war History Education Textbook “KUNINOAYUMI”
: Severance and Continuousness from the Textbooks of Pre-war Era
Masashi Kakuda
●New Possible Research Methods for History of American Social Studies Education
: Development of Rugg Group’s Social Cognitive Formation Theory and Taba Social Studies
Yasushi Oda
●History and Limitation of the Lesson Reformation Movement in Korean Social Studies
: Consistency between Theories and Reality during the Acceptance and Fixing Process of Inquiry Learning Lesson Theory
Nam Su Park
*New Historical Research Methods for Social Studies Education: Geography, History and Civic
●Teaching Principles for Training “Map Reading Skills” in “Kokuminka Geography”
: Focusing on “Kyo-do no Kansatsu (Observation of Hometown)”
Yutaka Komeda
●Seeking for Early World History Education in Non-official Textbooks from 1949 to 1950
: A case Applying Non-official Textbooks to the Historical Research of History Education
satoshi Ibaraki
●Significance of the Historical Research on Civics Teacher Training in Pre-war Era
: By Studying the Aims of Civics Education in the State Examination for Secondary School Civics Teachers(New Historical Research Methods for Social Studies Education: Geography, History and Civics
Kenji Kamamoto
*New Historical Research Methods for Social Studies Education: Community Education
●Community Educatipn Curriculum for Commoditization of the Specific and the Shared Spaces
: Focusing on the Practice of Living Environment Studies at Tajima Elementary School in Kawasaki City, Japan
Tadamichi Nagata
●Dialogue with the Present : Reexamination through Dialogues with the Current Practices Satoshi Toike
●Reconsideration of “Integrated Community Education” Jynro Ito
*The Possibilities for Schematization in the History of Social Studies Education
●The Range and the System of the Hitorical Research in Social Studies Education
: Based on the Discussion in the JERASS Project Research
Tadamichi Nagata
●The Historical Research of Social Studies Education as a School Subject Study
: Focusing on the Research Objectives in Other Subjects in Social Studies
Masashi Kakuda
●For the Revitalization of the Hirstorical Research of Social Studies Education Yoshihiko Fukuda

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66th JERASS annual conference
Hiroshima University
October 28-29, 2017
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