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Title: 障害のある人の「障害」の語りの生起過程及び変化に関する検討
Other Titles: Narratives of “SHOGAI”: the process of its emergence and change through the lens of a person with disabilities.
Authors: 田中, 佑典1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Tanaka, Yusuke1
Keywords: 当事者研究
Study of party
Disability studies
Middle voice
Issue Date: 18-Mar-2022
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院 臨床心理発達相談室
Journal Title: 臨床心理発達相談室紀要
Journal Title(alt): Bulletin of Counselling Room for Developmental and Clinical Needs
Volume: 5
Start Page: 49
End Page: 69
Abstract:  障害当事者が自身の障害を語ろうとするときには何をいかに語ればよいのか、語り手と聞き手の相互作用という観点から「障害」の語りを実験的に検討し、考察した。先行研究では、当事者性の不確かな人が自分を語るときには、何をいかに語ればよいか、という知見が不在であった。そこで本稿では、自身が納得できるような「障害」の語りとはどのような場で何をいかに語ることか、そこでは「障害」はどのように語られていくのかを検討した。その結果、「障害」を語る際には、語り手が一方的に語るのではなく、語り手と聴き手が共に応答し合う必要性が明らかになった。また、引責から免責や主体の解体へ、因果論から現象や状況へと移行するように語り紡ぐことの重要性も示唆された。  なお、本研究では、筆者が医学的診断を受けた脳性麻痺や広汎性発達障害、それらの語義や症状を鍵括弧のつけない障害と定義する。それ以外の語られた物事をすべて「障害」として捉える。
 This study experimentally examined and discussed the narrative of “SHOGAI” from the perspective of the interaction between the narrator and the listener, to find out what and how people with disabilities should talk about their own disabilities to others. In the previous papers or research, there was a lack of knowledge about what and how to talk about oneself when a person with an uncertain sense of involvement of party. This paper is focused on what and how to talk to others about “SHOGAI” in a place where people can be satisfied with their own narratives, and what and how “SHOGAI” is talked about there. It was found that when talking about “SHOGAI”, it is necessary for both the narrator and the listener to respond to each other instead of the narrator being the only speaker. It also important to shift from blame to exoneration or deconstruction of the subject, and from causality to phenomenon or situation when they talk their “SHOGAI”. In this paper, the patients with cerebral palsy, and pervasive developmental disorder, their meanings of words and symptoms are defined as disabilities without key brackets. All other things mentioned on talking are considered as “SHOGAI” with key brackets.
Type: bulletin (article)
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Submitter: 田中 佑典

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