生活困難を抱える母子家庭の母親理解に関する生成的実践 : 母親規範に回収されない理解  [in Japanese] Routine Practices to Encourage Single Mothers with Problems in Their Daily Lives : Support for Women Who Have Not Reverted to Maternal Norms  [in Japanese]

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本論文では,近年の日本における「標準家族」を想定した家族規範,母親規範そのものを再考せざるをえないような,複合的な問題を抱えた母子への支援において,どのような母親理解が生成的に生み出されているかに着目した.そして母子生活支援施設の支援者が,ある困難事例の中で母親をどのように語るのかをインタビュー・データを素材として考察した.カテゴリー化実践の視点から分析した結果,データには「お母さん」「彼女」「Aさん」という三つの次元の異なる呼称(標識)があり,それらの語りの内容を比較検討した.その結果,「母親規範の裂け目」という状況を契機に,母親役割を外在化したり,支後者の専門的自己をゆるがすような強い呼びかけが,「彼女」「Aさん」の呼称を用いた語りに生じていることを見いだした.特に「Aさん」という呼称があらわす利用者理解には,母親役割に回収されない女性支援の視点の萌芽があると論じた.

This study focused on how to foster maternal understanding of support for mothers and children facing multidimensional conflicts. Family norms and maternal norms must be reconsidered in light of the changed "typical family" that has appeared in Japan over the past few years. Support providers at "maternal and child living support facilities" described mothers in difficult situations, and these descriptions were discussed here as interview data. From the perspective of categorization, data featured three different dimensions that were designated (labeled) "mother," "her," and "Ms. A." Descriptions of these dimensions were examined. Results indicated that the maternal role has been externalized as a consequence of "cracks in maternal norms." Mothers resolutely addressed support providers so much that their status as experts was diminished. This was found to result in descriptions featuring the designations "her" and "Ms. A." User understanding indicated by the designation "Ms. A" in particular was viewed as offering an initial insight into the perspective of support for women who have not reverted to a maternal role.

Journal

  • Japanese Journal of Social Welfare

    Japanese Journal of Social Welfare 56(1), 61-73, 2015

    Japanese Society for the Study of Social Welfare (JSSSW)

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009986687
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00314800
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0911-0232
  • NDL Article ID
    026682445
  • NDL Call No.
    Z6-275
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  J-STAGE 
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