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タイトル: 「食べる」行為の意味づけの検討 ―「幼児と食」をめぐる文献の分析を通して―
その他のタイトル: What is the meaning of eating? ― An analysis of the meanings surrounding food and the infant ―
著者: 水谷, 亜由美
著者(別表記) : Mizutani, Ayumi
著者読み: みずたに, あゆみ
キーワード: 幼児; 食育; 食べる; 意味付け
発行日: 2015年 3月31日
出版者: 奈良女子大学大学院人間文化研究科
引用: 水谷亜由美:人間文化研究科年報(奈良女子大学大学院人間文化研究科), 第30号, pp. 161-177
抄録: Today, many social issues seem to concern eating, such as obesity, beginning the work day without having eaten breakfast, or having an unbalanced diet. Thus, it has been suggested that we must change our eating habits. In school, beginning as early as kindergarten, we start receiving dietary education―shokuiku. Given this situation, it is worthwhile to examine the meaning of eating. In particular, why do we eat certain foods every day? To answer that and other related questions, I surveyed some documentary records about eating and analyzed their meanings. I classified extant studies into 21 categories and attached each of them to one of two “meanings”: the maintenance of life or sociocultural human activity. When we eat food, we perceive it as a source of nourishment, helping to create a rhythm of life. Thus, we can become healthy. In addition, when we eat, we often get a“ feeling” for a season as well as learn about the Japanese eating culture and the preciousness of life. The most important part of eating is the opportunity it provides for enjoying communication with friends, teachers, and family. When we eat accompanying others, we can feel a sympathy for taste and impression, which makes eating pleasant. Thus, eating with many people makes us feel comfortable and helps to make one’s life happy. The meaning of eating concerns the basic maintenance of life and is spread throughout human social activity, thereby signifying its function as a cultural activity. The experience of eating begins when one is born. Thus, in school and kindergarten, at home, and in society, we must perform shokuiku in a connection with body, nature, people and society.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/3977
ISSN: 09132201
出現コレクション:第30号

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