Basic Japanese Civil Law | TokyoTechX on edX
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This course teaches Japanese law covering the legal system and basic concepts. Starting with the study of concepts common to many countries, such as sovereignty, constitution, separation of three rights, basic human rights and personal security. Furthermore, it covers current issues in Japan, for example, those faced in daily life from a legal perspective based upon laws and related methods. By studying Japanese law, you learn about the relationship between law and contemporary Japanese culture and society, and then can compare it to other countries’ law.
Topics covered are sovereignty, separation of powers, basic principles of the constitution, principles of contract freedom (laws' socioeconomic activity promotion functionality), meaning of property rights (relativization of absolute principles of ownership by aging society and commons), tort and contract comparison, accident and tort law, characteristics of Japanese family law, international marriage divorce and child protection, learning of labor-related law and reform of Japanese-style employment and way of working, court as dispute resolution system, and the Japanese court system.
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In this episode of The Langley Esquire Series, Timothy Langley explains Japan's legal system and addresses questions such as these:
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Disclaimer: Timothy Langley is not a registered Japanese bengoshi, and therefore not authorized to give advice on matters of Japanese law. Please disregard anything said in this video that suggests otherwise.
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Humanitarian Response to Conflict and Disaster | HarvardX on edX | Course About Video
Learn the principles guiding humanitarian response to modern emergencies, and the challenges faced in the field today.
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From the Syrian refugee crisis to the West Africa Ebola outbreak, humanitarian emergencies have reached unprecedented dimensions and proportions. As need for humanitarian aid grows, how can efforts to alleviate human suffering evolve with it?
This course from the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and HarvardX seeks to prepare learners to recognize and analyze emerging challenges in the humanitarian field. The course explores the ethical and professional principles that guide humanitarian response to conflict and disaster. Participants will learn the legal and historical frameworks that shaped these principles, test their applicability to the challenges faced by humanitarian actors today.
Through four case studies covering the responses to crises in Goma (Zaire), Somalia, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Pakistan, participants will engage with Harvard faculty, current practitioners, and one another. These cases introduce major trends affecting the current landscape of humanitarian response – including rapid population displacement, violence against aid workers, and civil-military engagement. Thoughtfully engaging with this course will prepare participants to be informed and aware humanitarian practitioners, scholars, policy-makers, and global citizens.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- Legal and historical frameworks shaping the professionalization of the humanitarian field
- An applied understanding of the principles guiding humanitarian response and the tensions that arise when operationalizing these principles in modern crises
- How to recognize and adapt to major trends affecting the scope and implementation of humanitarian work
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Science and Engineering Ethics 科学技術倫理 | TokyoTechX on edX
Learn both traditional and aspirational ethics in science and engineering to improve human well-being. 本科目は、「志向倫理」を重視する、新しいタイプの科学技術倫理に関する最初のMOOCである。
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Want to learn how to identify and solve every day ethical issues in engineering and science? If yes, this is the course for you! Ethics plays an integral role when it comes to engineering and science practice. This course teaches traditional preventive ethics but emphasizes aspirational ethics.
The learning objectives of this course are as follows:
To recognize the significant social and environmental impact of engineering/scientific solutions.
To apply a practical seven-step ethical guide to real-world cases.
To critique, analyze, and develop best ethical solutions across micro- to meta- levels toward real-world problems.
To understand how one behaves in an organization professionally as an ethical engineer.
Please note that English slides will be available within the course.
What you'll learn
The social and environmental impact engineering has on society
Aspirational ethics and preventive ethics
Values which scientists and engineers share
A method for ethical decision making
Case analysis skills
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This one-year exploratory course provides students with an overview of engineering in industry. It introduces engineering design concepts, case studies including a hands-on product dissection project, basics of manufacturing processes, elementary modeling of engineering systems, and technical communications. Additional topics that may be covered include: theory of flight, advanced aerodynamics, airplane operation, aircraft performance, navigation, publications, regulations, and basic emergency procedures. Students will also participate in real world applications of aeronautical design and engineering through various high school and collegiate design competitions.
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Can companies be held morally responsible for their activities? Most people would probably say yes, on grounds that companies have a duty to society to behave in an ethical manner. But the legal basis for defining corporate responsibility is still contested and the subject of lengthy lawsuits. Eric W. Orts, visiting professor at INSEAD as well as Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics and Management at Wharton, joins us to discuss the topic.
Medieval China: Crash Course History of Science #8
Like Egypt, Sumer, and Mesoamerica, ancient China represents a hydraulic civilization—one that maintained its population by diverting rivers to aid in irrigation—and one that developed writing thousands of years ago. Today, we’re going to focus on the time of the Northern and Southern Song Dynasties, a time of great technical innovation. But, before we get to the Song, let’s take a tour through the ages and explore key elements of Chinese scientific culture.
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Where is the right balance between safeguarding our civil liberties and protecting the national security of the United States? Is America's conception of freedom compatible with the reality of our unstable and insecure world? Over 60 people gathered on Thursday, February 20, 2014, for an enlightening talk on the subject of American Civil Liberties and National Security, by Stewart Harris, Associate Professor of Law at the Appalachian School of Law. In addition to teaching, Professor Harris —a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania's Law School— hosts the weekly NPR syndicated show Your Weekly Constitutional, which is produced in partnership with the Center for the Constitution at James Madison's historic home, Montpelier. The lecture was hosted by the King Institute for Security and Intelligence Studies and the student-led King Security and Intelligence Studies Group, in association with the Bristol Public Library.
Curtis A. Bradley | Oxford Handbook of Comparative Foreign Relations Law, Faculty Author Celebration
Professor Curtis A. Bradley's discusses his recent book, The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Foreign Relations Law, a groundbreaking text in this relatively new field of study. Professor and contributing author Laurence R. Helfer provides introductory remarks.
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Latvia's Ministry of Justice chose MicroStrategy to help them modernize their data analytics. They now use AI to automate processes. Judges can track their cases easily, and reports that used to require twenty-four hours to generate can now be created with a single click. With MicroStrategy, the Ministry of Justice transformed their organization.
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