(Last updated : 2020-09-17 17:39:52)
  Nagahata Makoto
   Department   Professional Graduate School  , Graduate School of Governance Studies
   Position   Professor
■ Academic Qualifications
1. 1988/03
Degree Acquisition
〔Master degree program〕 International Relations, Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language, Sophia University, Completed, M.A.International Relations
2. 1985/03
Degree Acquisition
Faculty of Laws, The University of Tokyo, Graduated,
■ Career History
1. 2009/06~2011/09 i-i-network (Research & Action for Community Governance) Executive Director
2. 2004/05~2009/05 i-i-network (Research & Action for Community Governance) President
3. 2002/10~2004/02 Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation Researcher
4. 1988/04~2002/06 Shapla Neer - Citizens' Committee in Japan for Overseas Support Secretariat staff
■ Teaching Activities
● Efforts to Improve Educational Contents and Method (Including Teaching Evaluation)
1. 2011/10/01~2014/01/31 Participatory hybrid classes (face-to-face & online)
● Textbook and Other Teaching Materials of your own
1. 2013/07~2020/03 A Guide to Facilitative Action with Community in Transition (FACT) Method Theory and skill for community-based development
2. 2010/02 "Outsiders’ Saho in Community Development - Reading Material Series for Community Development with Local Residents as Main Actors - Book 1
3. 2009/02 Facilitation – Theory and Practice for assisting collaborative actions
● Other Special Instructions related to Educational Experiences
1. 2018/05~2018/11 Seminar for Vietnam Academy of Journalism & Communication
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■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1.   Community development  (Key Word : sustainable development,community-based development,facilitation,collaboration)
2.   Community Study  (Key Word : local community,indeginous development,sustainable development,environmant,culture,modernization)
3.   NPO & NGO study  (Key Word : Non Profit Organization,Non Government Organization,collaboration)
■ Current Specialized Field
Politics, Sociology, Area studies