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Hokkaido University Collection of Scholarly and Academic Papers (135.711 recursos)

HUSCAP (Hokkaido University Collection of Scholarly and Academic Papers) contains peer-reviewed journal articles, proceedings, educational resources and any kind of scholarly works of Hokkaido University.


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  1. Toward effective negotiation instruction at the graduate and professional level

    Perry, Christian D.
    Negotiation training is common in graduate and professional programs, including those of law, business, international relations, and public policy. Though negotiation classes are frequently oversubscribed, their long-term impact is unclear. This paper will examine how negotiation is currently taught, and offer recommendations for improving negotiation courses for graduate and professional programs.
    - 21-oct-2017

  2. Shakespeare's Narration

    Twiddy, Iain
    In analysing the impossibility of a harmonious union with a Montague, Juliet dissects internal from external identity, imaginatively instructing Romeo to 'doff thy name / And for thy name, which is no part of thee, / Take all myself'. The potential marriage is precluded not by an innate identity, but by Romeo's status, his position as a signifier in the text of Verona's rigid familial superstructure. Juliet proposes an active self-narration in opposition to its passive endurance, and a possible union with Romeo is an attempted translation. Juliet assumes that in such a translation the 'innate' self remains inviolable, but...
    - 21-oct-2017

  3. 網走市における行刑施設の受容と共存

    横田, 勉
    Criminal facilities such as prisons and detention centers are referred to as "NIMBY", and they are generally despised. However, such facilities that control crime and correction are a social necessity since they promote change and rehabilitate humans. In Abashiri city, Hokkaido, a prison has existed in the city since the pioneering phase during the Meiji era, and the facility has coexisted with other buildings (which include residences, offices, etc) without being eliminated by people. Consequently, several relations can be confirmed between the facility and the city. The purpose of this study is to explain how a penal institution has been...
    - 21-oct-2017

  4. 中間システムの役割を持つ地域プラットフォームの必要性とその構造分析

    敷田, 麻実; 森重, 昌之; 中村, 壯一郎
    Community development in Japan has undergone drastic changes since the 1990s due to weakened social ties and the increased openness of society. In response, community development organizations have gradually transformed from community-centric to platform-centric. However, few studies have analyzed the structure and function of platform-oriented community development. The primary purpose of this article is to review literature related to platform-oriented strategy to examine its feasibility in the areas of community development, based on the case of the Odaashi Study Group in Odawara and Ashigara area, Kanagawa. The results indicate that the group is likely to function as a community platform...
    - 21-oct-2017

  5. The effect of relational mobility on SNS user behavior : A study of Japanese dual-users of Mixi and Facebook

    Thomson, Robert; Ito, Naoya
    Previous studies have shown clear cultural differences in how Japanese and American social network site (SNS) users interract with differing SNS platforms (see Barker and Ota, 2011; Fogg and Iizawa, 2008; Takahashi, 2010). In this study of 131 Japanese SNS users who use both Facebook and Mixi, self-disclosure, numbers of contacts, in-group numbers, and levels of perceived commitment on Mixi and Facebook were measured. The study found that such users showed a lower level of self-disclosure, connected with fewer people and had fewer categories of contacts, and felt a higher degree of commitment on Mixi than on Facebook. It is...
    - 21-oct-2017

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