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NII SPECIAL: Information and Human Society
The Great East Japan Earthquake exposed the dramatic changes that Japanese media environment underwent. Changes in media environment directly bring about changes in society. However, although the prosperity of new media is visible, its effects on human society may not be readily evident. We conducted interviews with social scientists examining this point.
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NII provides graduate education under the three main forms in its efforts to train leading researchers capable of combining a broad view with advanced specialization. Students develop the ability to address challenges by capitalizing on NII's unique strengths, including comprehensive informatics research systems and a practical environment in which theoretical research and practical development are combined.
Department of Informatics, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies
NII joined the Graduate University for Advanced Studies and established the Department of Informatics to provide graduate education (5-year and 3year Ph.D. programs).
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