全球正義與專業倫理-施慧玲老師

分類:國際暑期大學第二期-2015年 建立於 2016-01-06, 週三 08:49
 

課程名稱

Course name

at least in English, additionally in Chinese preferred

() 全球正義與專業倫理

(Eng.)Global Justice and Professional Ethics

開課老師所屬單位

Offering dept. and university

Department / faculty:

College of Law & Center for International Affairs & Exchange, National Chung Cheng University

授課教師資料

Offering teacher’s information

Name:  Huey-Ling Shee

Tel. / mobile phone number: +886-5-2720411 ext.35108

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學經歷

Curriculum Vitae

Education:

LLB, National Cheng-Chi University (NCCU), Taiwan1985

LLM, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK1987

PhD in Law, University of Warwick, UK1995

Professional Appointments:

Professor of Law, College of Law; National Chung Cheng University (CCU), Taiwan

Director, Taiwan Legal Information Institute (TaiwanLII)

Director, Centre for International Affairs and Exchange, CCU, Taiwan

Chief Editor, National Chung Cheng University Law Journal, Taiwan

Chief Editor, Journal of Child Welfare, Child Bureau, Ministry of Interior, Taiwan

Member of Editorial Board, Law, Social Justice & Global Development E-Journals, University of Warwick, UK

Member of Legislative Committee for Juvenile and Family Court Organisation Act, Judicial Yuan, Taiwan

Consultant, Child and Juvenile Welfare Committee; Child Bureau, Taiwan

Other qualification:

合作開課老師

Cooperating teacher(s) in this course

RYes:

Name: YOSHIHARU MATSUURA

Department / faculty: LAW

University: Nagoya University

Tel. / mobile phone number:___________________

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l  Please extend this part to meet your need if you have more than one cooperating teacher in this course.

None

學分數

Credit(s)

R 1

2

3

授課對象

Target audience

RUndergraduate

RPostgraduate

助教需求

(T.A. requested)

R Yes

No

課程目標

Goal of this course

description within 150 words

One major impact of globalisation on professional education is the need to cultivate experts who can work in collaboration to solve multi-dimensional problems in line with the call for justice.  Apart from interdisciplinary expertise, cultivation of professional ethics becomes crucial to serve the purpose of legal democracy.  This course is aimed to nurture students to become competent professionals who can work in an interdisciplinary team to tackle global justice issues.  The course leader shall first identify hot topics of global justice for students to find general information.  After sharing of information and knowledge under the lead of teacher(s), students of various academic and cultural backgrounds will be put into groups to work out major issues to be tackled re legal discipline and professional ethics.  The task of teamwork is to tackle interdisciplinary problems involving law as the last resort.  Students will learn to share expertise and manage problems in collaborative initiatives.  Cultivation of professional ethics will become a natural product of the training. Also, English is adopted as a tool of communication rather than the purpose of teaching.  The English language should serve as the means to facilitate interactions in multi-lingual environments.  In international occasions, we need to use English because it is the most widely shared language for interactions.  For such a course to cultivate expertise with a global view, students from various countries should learn languages and cultures of each other, while using English (and perhaps broken English) as a common device for communication.

課程簡述

Course description

description within 350 words

In the trend of globalised justice, experts need to tackle issues involving various. In the trend of globalised justice, experts need to tackle issues involving various disciplines of knowledge and professional ethics.  There are daily problems evolving from a matrix of contextual factors of socio-political and cultural considerations needing legal solutions.  This is a disciplinary society in which professionals may get lost in tackling problems generated from other fields.  And, without interdisciplinary communications, law may become a problem itself rather than a solution to benefit other disciplines. The idea of this course is thus to cultivate students in various fields and countries to work together to tackle global issues involving law as the last resort.  In such interdisciplinary studies, law should be used as a tool for solving problems, rather than an authoritative knowledge to make people's lives difficult.  

課程內容/授課大綱

Course content / outline

You can introduce the course weekly.

Hour 1-2   Introduction& grouping

Hour 3-7   Life vs Justicecreation of lives

Hour 8-12  Life vs Justicetermination of lives

Hour 13-18  Life vs Justice: meaning of life

Step 1: Introduction to the course and class work to identify issues & problems

Step 2: Lectures on identified issues in interdisciplinary aspects

Step 3: Feedbacks of students from different academic backgrounds

Step 4: Research methodologies [lectures]

Step 5: Group work for the collection of problems and possible solutions (law as an essential solution) in global \Asian vis-à-vis local settings

Step 6: Discussions and debates on presented solutions & invited expert comments

Step 7: Concluding remarks

Step 8: Agenda for future work

學習評量方式

Assessment / grading policy

Class performance: attendance, class interactions  30

Collaborative learning: group discussion & presentation  40

On-line homework: reflections on the class  30

課程之教學方法 Teaching methods for this course

This course adopts the following strategies & pedagogies:

1. Using English as a tool of communication

2. Employing law as the last resort

3. Problem-based and case-led seminars

4. Learning by doing & team work collaboration

5. Independent thinking & reflective dialectics

6. Interactive teaching & active learning

7. Multi-cultural interactions and multi-linguistic dialects

8. Interdisciplinary analyses & pluralistic solutions

教科書&參考書目 Textbook & other reference

No textbook is assigned for this course. Students are required to find their own readings to do homework and to make presentations for group discussions.

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