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成人ASD(自閉症スペクトラム障害)当事者の博物館利用の現状と課題 : 「科学コミュニケーション」の場としての博物館の役割に着目して

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Title: 成人ASD(自閉症スペクトラム障害)当事者の博物館利用の現状と課題 : 「科学コミュニケーション」の場としての博物館の役割に着目して
Other Titles: Present Situation and Issues on Museum Usage of Adults with ASD : Focus on the Role of Museum as a Place of“ Science Communication”
Authors: 沼崎, 麻子1 Browse this author
藤田, 良治2 Browse this author
鈴木, 誠3 Browse this author
松田, 康子4 Browse this author
吉田, 清隆5 Browse this author
斉藤, 美香6 Browse this author
湯浅, 万紀子7 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): NUMASAKI,Mako1
YUASA,Makiko2
FUJITA,Yoshiharu3
SUZUKI,Makoto4
MATSUDA,Yasuko5
YOSHIDA,Kiyotaka6
SAITO,Mika7
Keywords: ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)
museum
science communication
universal design
local community development
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Publisher: 北海道大学高等教育推進機構 高等教育研究部 科学技術コミュニケーション教育研究部門(CoSTEP)
Journal Title: 科学技術コミュニケーション
Journal Title(alt): Japanese Journal of Science Communication
Volume: 15
Start Page: 73
End Page: 89
Abstract: As a place of science communication, museums are being expected to encourage all citizens to avail and participate in its activities. This paper focuses on adults with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) with whom a questionnaire survey was carried out. 80% of them answered they liked museums. There were two main reasons behind this: the appreciation for the museum’s side of satisfying intellectual interests and its less burdening atmosphere and environment for people with ASD who are hypersensitive. On the other hand, it became clear that services for improving learning effect are not being sufficiently used by them. They also face some difficulties when using museums: museums might be inconveniently located, do not match well with their hypersensitivity, and often have hard to understand indications and instructions. The result of the survey reveals that there is an expectation for museums to improve usability to match better with people with ASD’s characteristics. Such improvement will have to take into consideration different positions that people have and obstacles they face, in order to incorporate universal design to museums and develop educational programs that utilize minorities’abilities. On a long-term basis, museums’contribution will be expected for the development of science communication and community.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/56447
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Submitter: 『科学技術コミュニケーション』編集委員会

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