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タイトル: AD / HD支援の現在と「臨床社会学」の可能性
その他のタイトル: The Possibility of “Clinical Sociology" for a Recent Supports of AD / HD
著者: 山本, 智子
著者(別表記) : Yamamoto, Tomoko
著者読み: やまもと, ともこ
キーワード: AD / HD; Clinical Sociology; context; the meaning; 注意欠陥 / 多動性障害; 臨床社会学; 社会的コンテクスト; 意味
発行日: 2010年 3月 1日
出版者: 奈良女子大学社会学研究会
引用: 山本 智子 : 奈良女子大学社会学論集 (奈良女子大学社会学研究会) , 第17号, pp. 97-114
抄録: The purpose of this study is to criticize a medical and a psychological supports of AD/HD children and to reconsider the alternative way of supporting with the perspective of “Clinical Sociology”. I do not think, however, “Clinical Sociology" is defined clearly yet because Clinical Sociologist do not have the specific way to enter the problematic matters or situations now. Therefore, nowadays, if somebody has some problem, he will be usually supported with the medical or the psychological theories or therapists. In this point, I doubt that those supports make effort to solve their problems or not. The reasons why I doubt those supports are efficient or not are that they usually solve the problem to divine suffering people from the context that they live. I believe the problems that AD/HD children have are not clearly occurred by the biological disorders but the quality of the interactions in the society. The therapists use “Social Skill Training" for training the attitudes of AD/HD children to change the better way. This training is done in the classroom or the other small spaces where children do not actually live. For example, an AD/HD child is determined to have a problem with social skill like a greeting, he forced to learn how to greet nicely toward the other people in the classroom but in the real context. How does he learn this? I think that he just learns the words he is expected in the society but he does not understand the meaning of the importance of the greeting. Although the medical or the psychological theories or the therapists focus on the biological aspect and try to change AD/HD children themselves, the practice of Clinical Sociology has the possibility of understanding the meaning of the problem and can look for the real supports of AD/HD.
記述: 清水新二教授定年退職記念号
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/2551
ISSN: 13404032
出現コレクション:17号

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