HOMEJAPANESEContact Us

Japanese Society of Child Science


߂back to "Annual Child Science Conference"

Annual Child Science Conference 2008

The Fifth Conference of the Japanese Society of Child Science
Date: Sept. 27 (Sat), 28 (Sun), 2008
Location: Nara Women's University Memorial Hall

The theme of the Fifth Conference of the Japanese Society of Child Science was "From Children as a Problem to Children as an Existence: Understanding Bullying." Rather than treating bullying as a superficial phenomenon and seeking temporary solutions, the conference aimed to look at it from the basic viewpoint of Child Science that sheds light on children and human existence.

On the 27th, Kiyokazu Washida, President, Osaka University gave a lecture on "What We Can See from Bullying as a Social Problem." At the symposium, a discussion on "Children's Relationships as a Background to Bullying" was held with elementary school teachers, university professors, and senior high school students. On the 28th, Yoshiharu Okochi, counselor on bullying at Nishio, Aichi Prefecture lectured on "What Children Can't Say, but Want You to Know." The symposium featured a discussion by primarily university professors on "Redefining Bullying."

߂back to "Annual Child Science Conference"


TOP



Copyright (c) 2006, Child Research Net and Japanese Society of Child Science, All rights reserved.
This website is supported by Child Research NetCRN