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*  What is gFieldwork in ThailandhH

‚Pj           Purpose

We, Faculty of International Communication of Aichi University, are conducting gFieldworkh in Thailand, Korea and China every year.

The purpose is to deepen the studentsf understanding of the other cultures in the life level, and to develop students mentally, morally, and physically to be persons who will actively participate in the international society.

‚Qj           Location

gFieldwork in Thailandh is conducted in Phitsanulok Province, Thailand with the cooperation of Naresuan University. Phitsanulok is a time-honored prosperous city as an important place between Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

‚Rj           Fieldwork

Two Aichi University students and two Naresuan University students form an investigation team. The teams execute interviews to residents or make maps. The communications between Thai and Japanese students cultivate deep friendship crossing the national border.

‚Sj           After Fieldwork¥¥¥

After coming back to Japan, students write research report. The students deepen other studentsf understanding of Thailand the exhibition and speeches. Of course, the correspondence with the Thai friends goes cheerfully.

 

*  To Applicant

The applicant must be

‚Pj              A student of Department of Comparative Culture, Faculty of International Communication, Aichi University.

‚Qj              A student who completes gIntroduction to Fieldworkh class.

‚Rj              A healthy student who has physical strength and mental vitality.

‚Sj              A student who can act in a group.

‚Tj              A student who has an activity in Thai.

*  Fieldwork in Thailand ‚Q‚O‚O‚O

4-18 March 2000

Research about gforming shop streets around new campus of Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailandh

(Please see Shop Streets around Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand (Overseas Fieldwork in Thailand Report 2000). Toyohashi: Aichi University. 2001)

*  Fieldwork in Thailand ‚Q‚O‚O‚P

8-22 March 2001

Research about gchanging villages around new campus of Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailandh

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