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KONDO Natsuki
 
Organization
Graduate School of International Development Department of International Development and Cooperation Assistant Professor
Title
Assistant Professor

Degree 1

  1. PhD(International Development study) ( 2018.3   Nagoya University ) 

Research Areas 1

  1. Humanities & Social Sciences / Area studies  / Africa Agency Education Competence Work

Current Research Project and SDGs 1

  1. ガーナ農村部における学卒者のキャリア形成ー複線型モデルに基づく追跡調査ー

Education 1

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of International Dvelopment

    2015.4 - 2018.3

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    Country: Japan

 

Papers 8

  1. A Life Story of Grassroot Activist: The Case of Community Development in Rural Ghana under 1980's Military Regime Reviewed

    KONDO Natsuki

    Journal of International Development Studies   Vol. 31 ( 1 ) page: 117 - 129   2022.6

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:The Japan Society for International Development  

    <p>This study focuses on community development in rural communities in the northern part of Ghana during the military regime of the 1980s. “The revolution” was launched and lasted for ten years following the coup d'état of Air Force Captain Jerry Rawlings on December 31, 1981. During the “revolution” led by Rawlings, “revolutionary organization” was organized by ordinary Ghanaian people throughout the country. Particularly in the rural communities, self-help activities such as the construction of roads, schools, and wells were promoted by the residents. At the center of these activities, there were “youth groups/associations” organized mainly by young people who attended schools, which were still few in the north at that time. By tracing the life story of the individual involved, this paper attempts to understand how the individual came to take a leadership role in the community, focusing on subjective reality. As a result, it was found that the acquisition of “alternative perception of the reality” and “alternative self-perception” through various experiences, including schooling, led the person to initiate group activity aimed at social change. Objectively, these activities were integrated into a popular movement called the “revolution,” but for the subject, the revolution was a “mean” to promote the social change he was pursuing. Even the “revolution” end, a grassroot activist continues what he has been doing since before the arrival of the “revolution.” </p>

    DOI: 10.32204/jids.31.1_117

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  2. Grass-root Movement and the Agency in Rural Ghana Under the PNDC Regime:

    KONDO Natsuki

    Journal of African Studies   Vol. 2021 ( 100 ) page: 99 - 109   2021.12

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:Japan Association for African Studies  

    <p>This study focuses on community development in the northern rural areas of Ghana under the socialist military regime PNDC in the early 1980s. During the “revolution” led by PNDC, popular movements occurred across the country. Especially in the rural communities, people organized the meetings and established schools, clinics, and communal farmlands. This paper analyzes what this collective phenomenon meant to the people and what kind of experience it was, based on the narratives of those who led the movement. The analysis revealed that prior to the revolution, the youth associatios started to emerge in the rural communities as new social groups, influenced by the expansion of schooling. These youth were trying to use the situation to gain impetus for social change. As a result of the interaction between the social transformation within the community and the “revolution,” the vertical relationship under traditional authority was pluralized, and community building through the inclusive participation of residents spread. This study pointed out that the experience of participating in such a process of social re-creation promoted awareness of the constructive nature of the society and people's consciousness as its subjects.</p>

    DOI: 10.11619/africa.2021.100_99

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  3. PNDC統治下ガーナの北部農村部における住民主体の地域づくり―誰がどのように率いたのか― Reviewed

    近藤 菜月

    アフリカ研究   Vol. 100   page: 99 - 109   2021

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  4. University education reform in Ghana: case study of the University for Development Studies

    KONDO Natsuki

    Africa Educational Research Journal   Vol. 10 ( 0 ) page: 93 - 107   2019.12

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:Japan Society for Africa Educational Research  

    DOI: 10.50919/africaeducation.10.0_93

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  5. ライフストーリーにおける「個別性」についての一考察 Invited Reviewed

    近藤 菜月

    語りの地平     2018.11

  6. 社会変動と行為者―「革命」期のガーナ農村部における民衆運動を事例として― Invited Reviewed

        2018.3

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    Publishing type:Doctoral thesis  

  7. 途上国の社会運動を行為者の視点から捉える理論・分析枠組み -ライフストーリーによる行為の意味への接近- Invited Reviewed

    国際開発研究フォーラム     2018.3

  8. 学習者中心主義的視点から考察する職業技術教育

    近藤 菜月

    第29回全国大会論文集(国際開発学会)   Vol. 18   page: 141 - 144   2018

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 3

  1. The grasp of the characteristics of "knowledge" among African youths through an interdisciplinary constructivist approach

    Grant number:21H04411  2021.4 - 2026.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

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    Authorship:Coinvestigator(s) 

  2. Career Formation of Graduates in Rural Ghana: A Follow-up Study Based on a Multi-track Model

    Grant number:21K13531  2021.4 - 2024.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

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    Authorship:Principal investigator 

    Grant amount:\4550000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\1050000 )

  3. Skills assessment of industrial human resources and TVET curriculum evaluation in Africa

    Grant number:18KK0062  2018.10 - 2024.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research (B))

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    Authorship:Coinvestigator(s)