「記憶の不在」は「忘却」か?--高次脳機能障害者共同作業所における想起コミュニケーション分析 [in Japanese] Is "absence of memory" equivalent to "oblivion"? : Analysis of co-remembering in cooperating workshop by people with higher brain dysfunction. [in Japanese]
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We usually regard "absence of memory" as oblivion. But actually it is not true. For example, the person who is trying to remember is in a state of "absence of memory", but this person doesn't forget perfectly (now he is in a state of "trying to remember"). Thus, in our daily life we sometimes encounter a paradox between forgetting and remembering. This article discusses the use of this paradox by analysis of co-remembering in co-operating workshop by people with higher brain dysfunction.
- Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University
Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University (7), 283-303, 2005-03