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Social and cultural continuity and change

The focus of this study is: to understand the nature of social and cultural research methodologies and apply the fundam
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Japan The focus of this study is:
to understand the nature of social and cultural research methodologies and apply the fundamental concepts of Society and Culture within the context of continuity and change in a selected country. HSC CORE
Social and Cultural Continuity and Change
30% of Course Time
Steven Collins Students to learn about:
The Nature of Social and Cultural Research Methodologies
examine the nature and characteristics of primary and secondary
research
distinguish between quantitative and qualitative research
examine the characteristics of the following social and cultural research methodologies and techniques
Survey
case study
participant observation
content analysis
focus group
action research
Interview
Questionnaire
Observation
ethnographic study
statistical analysis (data analysis)

ASSESSMENT:
Research & written response on application of fundamental concepts to Japan. Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Concepts:
The fundamental concepts of society, culture, persons, environment, time and the concepts of power, authority, gender and technology are to be integrated across Social and Cultural Continuity and Change.
The key concepts to be integrated across Social and Cultural Continuity and Change are:
Continuity globalisation modernisation change
Westernisation institutions values beliefs heritage
Tradition identity conflict cooperation industrialisation
Empowerment social and cultural literacy Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students learn to:
differentiate between the social and cultural research methodologies and techniques listed in this core study
refine a research question, topic or issue
select and justify appropriate methodologies to apply to a research question, topic or issue Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students learn to:
differentiate between the social and cultural research methodologies and techniques listed in this core study
refine a research question, topic or issue
select and justify appropriate methodologies to apply to a research question, topic or issue Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
Nature of Social & Cultural Research Methodologies
Review all elements
OH notes on statistical analysis Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
Nature of Social & Cultural Research Methodologies
Review all elements
OH notes on statistical analysis Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students to learn about:
Social and Cultural Continuity and Change in a Selected Country
Through the selection of a country for detailed study, students will:
apply the fundamental course concepts to that country
examine the nature of traditional society and culture in that country
evaluate the nature of power and authority in that country
apply one theory of social change appropriate to the selected country*
Outstanding Resources:Tomoko Koyama (1997) Japan: A handbook in Intercultural Communication Macquarie UniFewster & Gortan (1990) Japan: From Shogun to Superstate Brooks Waterloo. Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students learn to:
differentiate between the social and cultural research methodologies and techniques listed in this core study
refine a research question, topic or issue
select and justify appropriate methodologies to apply to a research question, topic or issue Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
Nature of Social & Cultural Research Methodologies
Review all elements
OH notes on statistical analysis Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
Nature of Social & Cultural Research Methodologies
Review all elements
OH notes on statistical analysis Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students to learn about:
The Nature of Social and Cultural Continuity and Change
Understanding continuity and change through:
identifying the nature of social and cultural continuity and change
examining the impact of continuity and change upon the lives of people in the micro and macro worlds
distinguishing between personal experience and public knowledge
examining the role of power and authority in social and cultural continuity and change
introducing theories of social change and evaluating their role in explaining continuities and changes in society Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
The Nature of Social and Cultural Continuity and Change
Nature of continuity and change
study guide based on text reading (comprehension activity)
Impact upon lives
cloze passage activity and table summary
Personal vs public knowledge
recap year 11 work
Power and authority
brainstorm activity on who has power and authority and the impact they have. Information collated into table.
Theories
readings provided to create a summary table
Is all change necessarily progress?
Reading mind map of costs of change
Groups and change
Brainstorm Industrialisation – what is it?) B/B notes followed by Modernisation – what is it?) study guide Westernisation – what is it?) (using text) Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students to learn about:
Social and Cultural Continuity and Change in a Selected Country
Through the selection of a country for detailed study, students will:
apply the fundamental course concepts to that country
examine the nature of traditional society and culture in that country
evaluate the nature of power and authority in that country
apply one theory of social change appropriate to the selected country*
Outstanding Resources:Tomoko Koyama (1997) Japan: A handbook in Intercultural Communication Macquarie UniFewster & Gortan (1990) Japan: From Shogun to Superstate Brooks Waterloo. Social and Cultural Continuity
and Change Resources:
Camm (1992) 3 Unit text. Page V focus on Japan
Japan Update March 1995, Nov 1994
Lovat (200:131-135)Dabelstein (1999)Japan Unmasked
Camm (1992, Ch 21)
Japan in transition: 100 years of modernisation(1975)
Sugimoto (1997) An Introduction to Japanese Society
Internet Sitehttp://1cweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?frd/cstudy:@field. Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
DETAILED STUDY OF JAPAN
Fundamental Concepts
assessment task information used to collate class summary
Traditional society and culture
reading and close passage summary
create timeline
history of Japan; showing cultural continuity
Power and authority
comprehension activity based on information supplied (considers changes over time)case study: changing role of zai batsu
Theory of social change
brief application of all theories to Japanese focus on “The Convergence Debate”. Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students learn to:
compare and contrast the impact of continuity and change to a specific feature of the selected country. Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students to learn about:
Make a detailed study of ONE of the following features that demonstrates both continuity and change in the selected country:
Education
beliefs, values and lifestyles
social welfare and health
gender roles and the status of women and men
laws and the legal system
government institutions
family life and population changes Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Teaching and Learning Strategies:
Detailed Study of Japanese Family Life and Population Changes
Patterns of continuity and change with population
birth infant mortality and life expectancy; use of graphs and figures with comprehensive activities
ageing population: reading and summary points on factors leading to ageing society and implications
The family
summary notes on changing role of women and family
article and comprehension questions
examine changes to gender roles
Hypotheses
explanation of each technique
application to Japan
OH notes on problems and solutions Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Students learn to:
construct scenarios for future directions in the selected country
evaluate strategies for change in the selected country. Social and Cultural Continuity and Change Social and Cultural Continuity and Change
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