聴覚障害者の親をもつ健聴の子ども(CODA)の通訳役割に関する親子の認識と変容  [in Japanese] A Study of Conscious Perception and Change in Children of Deaf Adults (CODA) and Deaf Parents toward Interpretation  [in Japanese]

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聴覚障害の親をもつ健聴の子ども(CODA)における親への通訳役割は,情報伝達にとどまらず親と社会との仲介役を担い,親子関係の形成に影響を与えることが指摘される.本研究では,CODAの児童期から成人期の通訳経験を通して形成された親子の認識とその変容を,質的側面から明らかにした.CODA成人25名,聴覚障害の親19名を対象とし,個別の半構造化面接(M-GTA)を用いて解析した.<br>その結果,逐語録320,849文字から概念27種,カテゴリ6種,サブカテゴリ6種が生成された.CODAは児童期では無意識に親を擁護し,青年期では通訳と親に葛藤を生じさせるが成人期には受容した.親は,CODAの児童期と青年期ではCODAの通訳を頼るものの成人期では自立を志向する姿勢であった.CODAが,児童期に親を擁護する認識および成人期に親を受容する契機には独自性があった.親の受容にいたる心理的自立時期は個人差を示した.

The questions at the focus of the present study were as follows:<br>1. What are the cognitive perceptions of children of deaf adults (CODA) and their parents concerning interpretation?<br>2. How do their perceptions progress with the child's developmental stage?<br>These points were analyzed by applying the Modified Grounded Theory Approach (M-GTA). Interview respondents consisted of 25 CODAs and 19 deaf parents, including 15 pairs of real parent and child. The M-GTA results indicated that 27 concepts, 6 categories and 6 sub-categories were obtained from utterance records running to 320,849 letters. The results of semi-structured interviews with CODAs revealed no conscious perception of supporting their parent during childhood; but in adolescence internal conflict emerged, and in adulthood the CODAs understood and accepted the disabilities of their parents. The deaf parents depended on interpretation performed by the CODA in childhood and adolescence, but in adulthood their own independence resulted from nondependency on the CODA. These results suggest that conscious awareness is shared between CODAs and their parents during the CODA's childhood, then this mutual awareness is lost, but ultimately it becomes consistent again. However, there are differences among individuals with respect to this progression.

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  • The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics

    The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 53(3), 219-228, 2012-07-20

    The Japan Society of Logopedics and Phoniatrics

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    10030784958
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00034826
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    ART
  • ISSN
    00302813
  • Data Source
    CJP  J-STAGE 
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