高次脳機能障害者の社会生活上で生じる「生活のしづらさ」がもつ意味に関する研究 : ソーシャルワークにおける働きかけの焦点の明確化  [in Japanese] A Study of the Hardships in the Social Lives of People with Higher Brain Dysfunction : Suggesting Focal Points for Future Approaches in Social Work  [in Japanese]

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本稿の目的は,高次脳機能障害者の語りに着目し,生活のしづらさとその構造について明らかにすることである.そして,その作業をとおして働きかけの焦点を明確にするものである.研究方法は,定性的(質的)研究法である.調査方法は,担当ワーカーが同席のもとでインタビューを実施した.分析は定性的コーデングによって行った.分析の結果,高次脳機能障害者の生活のしづらさは(1)積み重ねられない体験,(2)自己の認識と事実のずれ,(3)自己による継続的否定,(4)他者による継続的否定,(5)社会関係への隘路として明らかにされた.また,カテゴリーごとに働きかけの焦点を提示することができた.これにより,本稿は,支援困難とされる高次脳機能障害者へのソーシャルワークを体系的に明示する可能性を示したといえる.

This research focuses on the narratives of people suffering from higher brain dysfunction to highlight the kinds of hardships they confront in their daily lives and the interrelation between those hardships. By doing so, the research focal points for future approaches are suggested. The research employs the qualitative research method of a survey. The survey consisted of separate interviews with the clients and their social workers, which are then analyzed through qualitative coding. The results demonstrate the following hardships that people suffering from higher brain dysfunction confront in their daily lives: (1) an inability to accumulate experiences; (2) differences between their own understandings and realities; (3) ongoing self-denial; (4) ongoing rejection by others; and (5) ongoing hindrance to social relations. The research suggests focal points for future approaches for each issue. And it shows the possibility for systematizing in social work that aids people suffering from higher brain dysfunction, for which the provision of support has typically been seen as difficult.

Journal

  • Japanese Journal of Social Welfare

    Japanese Journal of Social Welfare 55(2), 54-65, 2014

    Japanese Society for the Study of Social Welfare (JSSSW)

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009864862
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00314800
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0911-0232
  • NDL Article ID
    025850800
  • NDL Call No.
    Z6-275
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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