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Title: 高等教育機関におけるアイヌ民族へのマイクロアグレッション
Other Titles: Microaggressions to the Ainu People at Institutions of Higher Education
Authors: 北原, モコットゥナシ1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Kitahara, Mokottunas1
Keywords: アイヌ民族
Ainu people
Wajin (japanese people)
Elimination of Discrimination
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2023
Publisher: 北海道大学アイヌ・先住民研究センター
Journal Title: アイヌ・先住民研究
Journal Title(alt): Journal of Ainu and Indigenous Studies
Aynu Teetawanoankur Kanpinuye
Volume: 3
Start Page: 3
End Page: 33
Abstract: 本稿では、アイヌ民族の就労・学習環境のうち、大学組織を例にマイクロアグレッションの態様と対策を検討する。大学におけるマイクロアグレッションは、教職員から同僚へ、教職員から学生へというケースに加え、学生から学生へ、学生から教職員へというケースも存在する。学生の認識が形成された過程について本稿では詳しく検討していないが、言動の内容としては教職員が発するものと酷似していること、一部に保護者や教職員を含む社会の認識を取り込んだ経験が語られていることから、学生の発話は社会全体の認識を映していることが予想される。大学を構成する者に、マイクロアグレッションのタイプや発生過程、その影響、眼前で発生した際の効果的な介入を啓発することで、予防や事後的な対応が可能になると考えられる。
This paper examines microaggressions in the working and learning environment of the Ainu people, using university organizations as an example of microaggressions and their countermeasures. Microaggression in universities occurs not only from faculty members to colleagues and from faculty members to students, but also from students to students and from students to faculty members. Although the process by which students' perceptions are formed is not examined in detail in this paper, it is expected that students' utterances reflect the perceptions of society as a whole, since the content of their words and actions is very similar to those uttered by faculty and staff, and in some cases it is mentioned that they have incorporated the perceptions of society, including parents and faculty. By educating university constituents about the types of microaggressions, how they occur, their effects, and effective interventions when they occur in front of their eyes, it is expected that prevention and postemergent responses will be possible.
Type: bulletin (article)
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