NCKU College of Social Sciences Credit Program's End-of-Term Joint Achievement Exhibition held an online popularity award event

NCKU College of Social Sciences Credit Program's End-of-Term Joint Achievement Exhibition held an online popularity award event.

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NCKU College of Social Sciences Credit Program's End-of-Term Joint Achievement Exhibition held an online popularity award event.

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The "111-2 Credit Program End-of-Term Joint Achievement Exhibition - Interdisciplinary Matters" hosted by the College of Social Sciences at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) concluded successfully on June 4th. From now until June 11th, an online popular vote activity is being held. Since the academic year 109, NCKU's College of Social Sciences has been committed to innovative course design and teaching across departments, faculties, and fields, organizing end-of-term joint achievement exhibitions to provide opportunities for students and faculty to learn from each other across disciplines. This event invited experts and scholars from various fields at National Taiwan University, National Chung Hsing University, National Sun Yat-sen University, and National Taiwan Normal University to serve as judges, with a total of 23 interdisciplinary projects presented.

The exhibition focused on four major thematic areas: Environment and Economy, Law and Economics, Politics and Psychology, and Engineering and Law, with 23 projects showcased. Through the presentations, one can feel the students' cultivation from interdisciplinary courses, not only deepening their knowledge in their own disciplines but also integrating and applying their learning through interdisciplinary exchanges.

In the area of Environment and Economy, all seven report topics were closely related to livelihood issues, reflecting current social trends. Topics included concerns raised by the rise of environmental awareness, such as discounts on hotel amenities and environmentally friendly tableware, discussions on the willingness to pay prices for paper invoices in the era of prevalent electronic payments, as well as issues related to the purchase of daily necessities (such as energy-saving hair dryers, environmentally friendly cosmetics, etc.) and eco-friendly clothing and footwear, demonstrating students' abilities and concerns regarding everyday life issues within the applied disciplines.

Regarding Law and Economics, recent highly debated legal amendments were explored, providing analyses from an economic perspective. Examples include the impact of amendments to the Sex Trade Act and the Gender Equality Act on the economy, as well as whether the policies of the Single Property Tax have produced the expected results, and discussions on issues closely related to students, such as motorcycle waiting turn issues.

In the realm of Politics and Psychology, research was conducted on the influence of political issues on individuals. Topics included media trust and social identity, as well as media literacy-related issues promoted in recent years. Additionally, studies were conducted on the anxiety individuals feel about political events and the indirectly formed stereotypes, reflecting people's reactions when receiving news media. These research findings contribute to a deeper understanding of the impact of political issues on individuals and society.

Concerning Engineering and Law topics, professional engineering contract law was the subject of analysis, exploring issues such as the principle of situational change, public engineering dispute agencies, and interior decoration judgments. Discussions were held on contentious issues, and the use of big data analysis techniques to collect, analyze, and evaluate data was also explored to provide more objective and scientific grounds for judgments.

In addition to selecting the winning group on the day of the exhibition, an online popular vote activity is being held from June 5th to June 11th, welcoming active participation from students. Furthermore, summaries of each group's achievements have been posted on the event website for interested students to further explore.

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