近代日本女子高等教育に取り込まれたアメリカの住教育理念

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  • STUDY ON THE AMERICAN 'HOUSING' EDUCATION CONCEPT INCORPORATED IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION FOR WOMEN IN JAPAN
  • キンダイ ニホン ジョシ コウトウ キョウイク ニ トリコマレタ アメリカ ノ ジュウキョウイク リネン

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Housing studies in Japan was born as a new branch of science when "new universities" were founded. It stemmed off from home economics that was introduced to Japan from Western countries in the Meiji era to exclusively study the "shelter" (as opposed to food and clothing) aspect of homemaking. The previous paper outlined how the concept of "housing/dwelling" in the field of home economics was formed in modern Japan under a great influence of the "housing concept" in American home economics. Koichi Sato and his fellow architects took initiatives in the housing education in the Japan Women's University in late Taisho era and the Showa era. After the university restarted under the new system, a new academic area called "housing study" was created by bringing about house designs that have an architectural design planning philosophy that provides practical vocational education. The university now offers the architecture course. Nevertheless, there has been no discussion up until now about the housing education in the university looking back at where it started. This paper dates as far back as the origin of the housing education at Japan Women's University, focuses on the beginning of the housing education as one of the universities that deal with housing study as part of architectural education, and discusses how the housing concept in the home economics in the United States was incorporated by Hide Inoue, the founder of the Faculty of Home Economics of Japan Women's University, through surveys and analyses of the literatures related to housing in the American home economics.

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