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タイトル: 「場面」が異なることで見える「コミュニティー特性」の違い:アスペルガー症候群と診断されたSくんの事例から
その他のタイトル: Describing the "Communication-Style" in the Different Situations: By Using the Case of Mr. S who was Diagnosed the Asperger Syndrome
著者: 山本, 智子; 氏家, 靖浩; 樫田, 美雄
著者(別表記) : Yamamoto, Tomoko; Ujiie, Yasuhiro; Kashida, Yoshio
著者読み: やまもと, ともこ; うじいえ, やすひろ; かしだ, よしお
キーワード: Asperger Syndrome; the communication; the case study; アスペルガー症候群; コミュニケーション; ケーススタディ
発行日: 2011年 3月 1日
出版者: 奈良女子大学社会学研究会
引用: 山本智子ほか:奈良女子大学社会学論集(奈良女子大学社会学研究会), Vol.18, pp.51-65
抄録: The aim of this study is to describe the communication-style in the different situations (Testing situation and Chatting situation) by using the case of Mr.S who was diagnosed the Asperger Syndrome. It is said that the Asperger Syndrome children has a little social skill and the conversational problems. For example, even though the Asperger Syndrome children talks with someone, he seems to talk with nobody. In the conversation, he just keep talking what he wants and he does not seem to listen to someone's talking. He also receives the meaning what someone says without the real meaning behind. Those ways of conversation are said the characteristics of the Asperger Syndrome children. Are not the actions of human being depend on the situations that he is in? Does not he select his suitable actions and words in the different situations? In this study, I explore the communication-style of the Asperger Syndrome children by adopting the method of the Video-based ethnography and analyzed the communication-style between he and me. The result shows us to the different communication-style that depended on the different-situations such as "the testing situation and the chatting situation. In the testing situation, he tended to behave and speak according to the Asperger Syndrome characters that they are said generally. On the other hand, he behaved and spoke in the ways that the ordinal people do like us when we were just chatting. According to this result, his communication-style depends on the different situations. Therefore, we cannot regard someone to be the Asperger Syndrome children only by referring to the testing but only the daily life that he lives.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/2783
ISSN: 1340-4032
出現コレクション:18号

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