ゴッフマン理論における役割と自己呈示--学校における相互行為の分析視角としての検討 [in Japanese] Role and self-presentation by E. Goffman : An examination as a theoretical frame for the analysis of interactions in school [in Japanese]
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Children interact with classmates and teachers in schools as not only part of the educational system, but also in places where each school and each class create their own activities and contexts. It is important for studies of school education to analyze children's interactions in schools. However there is no theoretical frame which connects children's pluralistic world with their institutional and organizational conditions. I will attempt to examine Goffman's productions as the theoretical frame for studies of schools. Some studies applying his perspective to schools have overlooked the actual basic essence-dramaturgical approach that Goffman consistently applied. This study shows that his concepts ""role as collective representation"" and ""role distance"" are keys to understanding children.
- Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, the University of Tokyo
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, the University of Tokyo 44, 301-309, 2004
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