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高齢障害者の自己概念と人生の満足度 : エスノグラフィーに基づくフィールドワークを通して

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Title: 高齢障害者の自己概念と人生の満足度 : エスノグラフィーに基づくフィールドワークを通して
Other Titles: Self Concept and Life Satisfaction of the Disabled Elderly in Hokkaido : Through Fieldwork Research using Ethnography
Authors: 村田, 和香1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
山田, 孝2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Murata, Waka1
Yamada, Takashi2
Keywords: Disabled elderly
Qualitative research
Life stories
Self concept
Life satisfaction
高齢障害者
質的研究
ライフストーリー
自己概念
人生の満足
Issue Date: Mar-1997
Publisher: 北海道高齢者問題研究協会
Journal Title: 高齢者問題研究
Journal Title(alt): Annual report gerontological research
Volume: 13
Start Page: 99
End Page: 112
Abstract: The objective of this study is to explore the effective occupational therapy service to enrich the quality of life of the disabled elderly through their own life story tellings concerning self concept and life satisfaction. Ethnographical method, one of the methods of qualitative research is used in this study. Fourteen female disabled elderly, from age 73 to 90, participated in this study. Five of the subjects are hospitalized, another five are staying in health service facilities for the aged, and four are living in their own homes. From the analysis of their stories by the subjects, it revealed that the main themes of their story telling are constructed by aging and related life events, and interwoven psychosocial and sociocultural dimensions of the life events. Self concepts of the disabled elderly are divided into two:positive and negative. Most of the elderly narrated their life as a satisfied one. Their illness and disabilities, and their positive or negative self concepts are the major factors that influence adaptations to each one's living conditions. From these results, some considerations are discussed for planning and implementing occupational therapy services for the disabled elderly, especially considering individual needs.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/38457
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Submitter: 村田 和香

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