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神経発達症の異年齢期交流に見られる関係性の研究 : 旭川LD 親の会ぷりずむの登山キャンプの参与観察から

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Title: 神経発達症の異年齢期交流に見られる関係性の研究 : 旭川LD 親の会ぷりずむの登山キャンプの参与観察から
Other Titles: A study of cross-age communication between children and adolescences with neurodevelopmental disorders : participant observation about the climbing camp at Asahikawa LD parentʼs association PURIZUMU
Authors: 日高, 茂暢1 Browse this author
眞鍋, 優志2 Browse this author
小泉, 雅彦3 Browse this author
室橋, 春光4 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Hidaka, Motonobu1
Manabe, Masashi2
Koizumi, Masahiko3
Murohashi, Harumitsu4
Keywords: 神経発達症
LD 親の会
Neurodevelopmental disorders
LD parent’s association
Cross-age communication
Ibasho (one’s psychological place where a person feels acceptance and security)
Naname relationship (diagonal relationship between children-adolescent which are neutral and supportive)
Issue Date: 25-Mar-2019
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院附属子ども発達臨床研究センター
Journal Title: 子ども発達臨床研究
Journal Title(alt): Annual Report of Research and Clinical Center for Child Development
Volume: 13
Start Page: 35
End Page: 48
Abstract: 野外での療育活動の実践研究は、特定のスキル獲得が中心であり、子ども・青年の関係性に焦点をあてた検討は少ない。本研究の目的は、神経発達症のある子どもと青年の異年齢期交流が発達にもたらす影響を明らかにすることである。本研究では、親の会が企画する登山キャンプに参与観察し、キャンプ内で生じる参加者の異年齢期交流を調査した。登山キャンプでは、子どもと青年の間にナナメの関係性が生じやすいことが分かった。その結果、子どもにとっては近未来像として取り入れるロールモデルになること、青年にとっては支援者の行動を模倣し子どもに実践する養育性形成の場になることが考えられた。また登山キャンプは居場所として、集団精神療法のような心理的安定を促す要素があることが考えられた。神経発達症のある子どもや青年にとって、同年齢集団と比べ、異年齢集団の方が能力の差異を肯定的に承認されやすいと考えられた。
Practical research on intervention for children with handicapped focuses mainly on acquiring specific skills and few studies focusing on the relationship between children and adolescents. The purpose of this study is to clarify the influence of cross-age communication between children and adolescents with neurodevelopment disorders. In this research, we participated in the climbing camp planned by LD parent’s association and observed and investigated participants’ cross-age communication occurring in the camp. In climbing camps, it was found that the relationship between children and adolescents are more neutral and supportive. As a result, adolescents seemed to be a role model to be adopted as a near future image for children, and for adolescents to be a place of imitating the behavior of supporters and practicing the childcare. In addition, the climbing camps have the elements that encourage psychological stabilization like group psychotherapy as a place of acceptance and security (ibasho). For children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders, compared to the same age group, different age group seemed to be more likely to accept the difference in ability positively.
Type: bulletin (article)
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