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Research Ethics <This course has been cancelled.>

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<This course has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.>

The purpose of this class is to provide basic ideas and skills ethically to conduct research and other research-related activities. Students are expected to acquire those ideas and skills through case studies and group discussion.

New dimensions of Social Pedagogy (I):Educational Theory Challenging against Social Exclusion

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This lecture will focus on the theory of support practice for ”self-independence” of the people under the exclusive society. In this course, the latest international theoretical trends on Social Pedagogy in European countries and the development process of Social Pedagogy in Europe will be introduced.

New dimensions of Social Pedagogy (II)

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This lecture will focus on the theory of support practice for ”self-independence” of the people under the exclusive society. In this course, the latest international theoretical trends on Social Pedagogy in the U.S.A. will be explained, focusing on the relationship between Social Pedagogy and the Freirean Approach.

Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD): The world standard of diagnostic criteria for TMD

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In 2014, the updated version of diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular (DC/TMD) was released. The most merit of DC/TMD is to have good enough reliability. DC/TMD is now a gold standard method to diagnose Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD) in both clinic and research field. This course provides the knowledge of world standard of diacnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders. During the course, the participants will be trained (caribrated) how to perform the examination of TMD.

Temporomandibular Disorders: The most updated knowledge on TMD

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Pain in jaw muscles and joint and trismus are the typical phenomena of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD). Although TMD has been popular in both clinic and research fields for a decade, etiology and treatments have not been fully understood. This course provides the knowledge of world standard of Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD), etiology (risk factors), and its treatments. This course would also refer to apnea and relations to TMD.

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