Bulletin of Kochi Gakuen College
Online ISSN : 2433-6440
Print ISSN : 0389-4088
Volume 30
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  • Type: Cover
    2000 Volume 30 Pages Cover1-
    Published: January 15, 2000
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  • Type: Index
    2000 Volume 30 Pages Toc1-
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  • Naoyuki Morita
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 1-11
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    With the 21-st century close at hand, our society has taken a step toward revolution. In the future, there will be an information-oriented society. In that society, we could be put at a disadvantage if we were not capable of using the Internet. The education in Japan is beginning to be reformed in line with the situation. As a matter of fact, the information-oriented educatlon has already started in elementary schools, junior high schools and senior high schools in the country respectively. In that situation, we must make the information-oriented preparations in our college, immediately for that it is able to survive the revolution. Furthermore, the preparations, not only for the infrastructure in the college, but also for the contents of our teaching are indispensable. This paper deals with a personal proposal for the preparations above. At the present situation, the Hybrid LAN that combines Wired LAN with Wireless LAN is an efficient choice with the low cost to the preparations for our infrastructure.
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  • Isao Yoshimura, Mika Takebayashi, Seiji Morihara, Miharu Hamada
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 13-27
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    The intent of this paper is to put an emphasis on education in information science. In recent years, education in information processing science at a junior college has greatly been changed due to the improvement of information techniques. Kochi Gakuen College adopted Information Science as a part of liberal arts after 1999. A11 the students of the junior college are capable of acquiring fundamental knowledge and techniques in information processing science. The final goal of Information Science education is to enable the students to develop their capacity in handling a computer. It is not only as training for businesslike use in their research but also as a ready fighting power in society. The aim of the class is two-folds : mastering the basic techniques in operating personal computer and its applications as well as the acquisition of proper knowledge for information. There were some findings after classes. It was clear that we do not have sufficient data on the students with regard to both how far they have learned about information processing science and their needs. With the intention of improving of on-going curriculum in Information Science classes, we asked the students who are taking the course to fill out the questionnaire. The result of the survey shows as follows : (1) Each student has a different background in information processing science. Major differences in the student's knowledge seems to depend greatly on their educational background and their family environment in their previous school days. (2) The students' desire is both to acquire businesslike knowledge and techniques to handle the applications of software and to master general knowledge about the Internet in the classes. (3) Although they regard the course as a license requirement, it will be of great help in their future career. Considering their enthusiasm for the classes, it's necessary for a teacher to devise classes that are easily understandable and give students a sense of achievement. One of the most effective ways to approach an individual student who has different background is an individual guidance by making use of the Internet. Our major issue is at present to find out the best way in Information processing science at the college by means of two way communications such as an E-mail and home page.
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  • Keiko Okada
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 29-40
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    This course is very different from a counterpart of a conventional nurse training school. This paper is a practical report on that course practiced in cooperation with the other related subjects at Kochi Gakuen College. Professional nursing II course involves a comprehensive teaching guide to clinical nursing and associated techniques. Professional nursing course I and III, in contrast, deal with the practical aspects of nursing, in which the students' activities, rather than a lecture by a teacher, are required in order to make the students have "a mind of professional nursing". In other words, they are required to find out what are the problems and how they should be solved, while reading assignment books and other related ones. The technique of making reports and publications they can get from other subjects, such as 'document of medical treatment' and 'studies of educational materials'. Through the series of these studies, students gain self-knowledge as a major in Health education, which will help them realize the importance of school-nurse teachers and go one step further for their own lifelong education. The effects of the course were more than I had expected and , hereby, I report the results together with the students' records of impressions.
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  • Isao Yoshimura
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 41-55
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    I gave an informal examination to 74 students about their knowledge of both Japanese national flag and national anthem. All 74 students belong to the training course for kindergarten teachers. Only 22 students (30%) gave a positive answer. They have learned Japanese national anthem at their elementary and high schools : however, the remainder (52 persons, 70%) reported that they have never learned it at school. A course of study of Japanese schools has requested them to teach Japanese national anthem at school. Moreover, according to the report by the Department of Education and Science Culture of the Japanese government, about 80% elementary schools and 70% high schools raised the Japanese national flag at the graduation service. Only 16 (22%) persons were able to write the text of Japanese national anthem completely. An ancient (in 905) 31-syllable Japanese ode is said to be the origin of the text of the national anthem. The meaning of Japanese national anthem is : "I wish you could live to a long age as if small stones were conglomerated to be big rocks with mosses during geologically long times."The text itself of the national anthem is not so difficult to understand. Obviously, students have not learned the text of the national anthem previously at school. Some school teachers influenced by some political groups would not teach the national anthem and would not pay due respect to the national flag even though it is against the course of study of Japanese schools. The Japanese sun flag is a symbol of the nation, Nihon or Japan. "Ni" means the sun and "Hon" means the origin. The name of Nihon, therefore, means the origin of the rising sun, because Japan locates in Far East, where the sun rises earliest in the world. We could not find any expansionism in the original meaning of Japanese National anthem, the name of nation, Japan, and the national sun flag. However, some political groups including communists desire to make a new flag and a new national anthem. The reason why they want to change the national flag and the national anthem, is : Japan used National sun flag in World War II and the meaning of "Kimi" in the national anthem suggests emperor. According to our Constitution Article 1,the emperor shall be the symbol of the State and of the unity of the people, deriving his position from the will of the people with whom resides sovereign power. Obviously, the meaning of both the Japanese flag and national anthem is not against our constitution. To avoid the unnecessary dispute, the Japanese House of Representatives enacted a law, the national sun flag and the national anthem, on the 22nd of July in 1999.
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  • Hitoshi Yoshimura
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 57-66
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    This study examined the development of young children's understanding of strong child's intention and settling strategies in interpersonal conflicts. Subjects were 88 4-, 5-, and 6-year-old children. The reserch was conducted by the interview method. The following significant results were obtained. When 4-year-old boys were provocated by the strong boy unintentionally, they interpreted his intention as malice, and their settling strategies were avoidance. On the other hand, when 5-year-old boys were provocated by the strong boy maliciously, they didn't interpret his intention as malice and their settling strategies were confrontation or avoidance. 3-year-old children and 5-year-old girls Interpreted strong child's intention exactly. The above results suggested that sex difference of the strong child influenced the relationships between young children's understanding of strong child's intention and settling strategies in interpersonal conflicts.
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  • Yoshiko Agatsuma, Morimichi Tani, Takao Noda, Katsumi Iwata
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 67-73
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    We report a rare case of extrarenal nephroblastoma in childhood. A 5-years-old boy was admitted with a complaint of vomiting and abdominal mass. He underwent extirpation of an encapsulated tumor located in the right retroperitoneum. But both kidneys were intact. Histopathological examination showed extrarenal nephroblastic-type nephroblastoma. Although extrarenal nephroblastoma is very rare, it should be kept in mind as a differential diagnosis of retroperitoneal tumor in children.
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  • Yasuharu Kiyohara
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 75-85
    Published: January 15, 2000
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    The present paper aimed at investigating the process of popularization of sports in Kochi in the Taisho era, by analyzing the advertisement of sporting goods and wear in 'Kochi Kyoiku'. The following results were obtained. 1) In Kochi, sporting goods of baseball and tennis were being sold in the 1910s and in addition to the above, they started the sale of those of soccer, track and field, swimming, table tennis, mountaineering, artistic gymnastics, volleyball, basketball and indoor baseball in the 1920s. 2) From 1918 to 1926,five shops advertised in 'Kochi Kyoiku'. At First, a shop selling the teaching materials sold the sporting goods, too. Later, Kyoeisha made and sold the sporting goods and wear and Ohguro Toyono Shouten developed and sold the original sporting wear. In 1923,two more shops were seen in 'Kochi Kyoiku'. 3) In Kochi, sports became popular rapidly in the 1920s, mainly in many of the schools , public agencies, companies, and in the army.
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 87-88
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 88-89
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 89-90
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 90-91
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 91-92
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 92-93
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 93-94
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 94-95
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 95-96
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 96-97
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 97-
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages 98-
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  • Type: Appendix
    2000 Volume 30 Pages 99-130
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    2000 Volume 30 Pages App1-
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