近代の家族生活とピアノ文化 (特集 変容する社会と家族) [in Japanese] Kindai no kazoku seikatsu to piano bunka [in Japanese]
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1. はじめに (1) ルソーの夢 (2) 本稿の目的と構成2. ピアノ文化の外的要因 (1) 気候的要因 (2) 技術的要因3. ピアノ文化の内的要因 (1) 近代家族のイデオロギー (2) 経済的要因 (3) 教育的要因 (4) ジェンダー的要因 (5) 資本的要因4. ピアノ文化における親子関係の変容 (1) 19世紀近代家族のピアノ体験 (2) 20世紀近代家族のピアノ体験 (3) 四つの要因5. おわりに (1) 19世紀近代家族 (2) 20世紀近代家族 (3) 近代家族の揺らぎ (4) 近代家族の規定力特集変容する社会と家族投稿論文
The purpose of this thesis is to consider the relation between parent-child relations and culture in modern family. My concern here is mainly children's practice on the piano, so-called, piano culture and its parent-child relations. I would like to emphasize certain similarities of piano culture in the type of modern family. Piano culture existed from the very era when the modern family was formed, and was supported historically by the modern family both in the West and the East. Modern family has an ascetic Ethos to the education of children in the family. So, it is not unreasonable to think that piano culture is a symbol of modern family and a device to perform modern family. I attempted to adopt Kamakura city for my case study and interviewed 10 residents. It is generally considered that the socialization in modern family had a feature that the parent played a main role in socializing the child. With the advent of historical and economic developments, the parent-child relation have been diversified. The conclusion is that parents tend to desire the child-centered socialization or have the child take his or her own responsibility and control by himself or herself.
Philosophy 106, 59-91, 2001-03