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Title: 司法アクセスと法教育──社会参加・包摂と法教育との関連を中心に
Other Titles: Access to Justice and Law-Related Education:With Particular Reference to Social Inclusion and Social Capital
Authors: 橋場典子
Contributors: 法學院
Keywords: Access to Justice;Social Inclusion;Social Capital;Self-affirmation;Law-Related Education
Date: 2012-03-17
Issue Date: 2015-12-31 10:09:00 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Law Related Education (LRE) can be an effective solution of the social exclusion of the poor, disadvantaged, or minorities. One main purpose of LRE is to facilitate participation of varieties of people in the civil society.The contemporary LRE movement in Japan is, however, not sufficient to fulfill the purpose, because it is still too much bound by the school-education and nation-state paradigm. It is the paradigm that recidivates the social exclusion generationally. Sociology of education points out that cultural and social stratification is regenerated through the school-education systems.We need to find alternative paradigm of LRE, which focuses on connection between the excluded people and the society. When denied judicial access or outreach, or when fleeing institutional or social engagement, what could be the primary cause? Here, clues are found in a knowledge framework that confirms and acknowledges self-affirmation.Another approach, which binds welfare, judiciary, and education together, may be attained through so-called cause or pro bono lawyering. Though it is not necessarily an education-oriented activity, de facto function thereof is worth of consideration. Whilst keeping contemporary LRE firmly in mind, this piece has sought to highlight the existence of new possibilities for legal education through adopting a perspective of social inclusion.
Relation: 後繼受時代的東亞法文化 : 東亞法哲學研討會. 第八屆
Data Type: conference
Appears in Collections:[2012東亞法哲學研討會] 會議論文

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