がん患者に配慮したヘアハットに関する意識と現地の状況(第1報)/3ヵ国の視察にみる帽子の比較・考察  [in Japanese] AWARENESS AND THE LOCAL SITUATION OF HAIR CAPS DESIGNED FOR CANCER/Cap Comparison and Discussions from Inspection Visits in Three Foreign Regions  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

本研究は、日本人の死因の第一位であるガン患者に対し、治療中にも適応できる機能性(着心地)と美観(見た目の美しさ)に配慮したヘアハットの設計理論構築を目的としている。本報では、2013年から2014年にかけて、北欧3 ヵ国と米国、中国上海の福祉施設及び福祉機器展示会を視察した際に、がん患者に配慮した帽子の現状と課題について調査した内容を報告する。結果、今回の視察から、国により、がん患者に配慮した帽子に対する意識に差異があった。また、帽子のデザインに関しては、日本は、編み地が多く、柄ものはストライプとチェック、花柄、幾何柄が少しある程度で、ほとんどが無地であった。反面、北欧と米国では、編み地の他に織物もあり、柄ものが多く、巻き式などデザインにバリエーションがあった。素材に関しては、日本の方が編み地が多く、ソフトな肌触りや天然素材100%使用にこだわっていた。

This study is intended to build a theory of designing hair caps for patients with cancer, the biggest killer of Japanese people, in consideration of functionality (wear comfort) and aesthetics (apparent beauty) so that they are wearable even during treatment. This report describes the current status of and challenges to caps designed for cancer patients that were researched during inspection visits to welfare facilities and welfare equipment exhibitions in three Scandinavian countries, the United States and Shanghai, China, in 2013 and 2014. Results from the recent inspection visits revealed differences between the countries in people's awareness of caps designed for cancer patients. It was also found with respect to cap design that many of those caps in Japan were knit ones, mostly plain-colored, with some having a pattern such as being striped, checked, flowered or geometric. Meanwhile, in the Scandinavian countries and the U.S., textile caps as well as knit ones were available, with many having a pattern, and there was a variation in design, Japan edited the material, and a lot of knitting place was made much of about soft feel and natural material 100% use.

Journal

  • 芸術工学2014

    芸術工学2014, 2014-11-25

    神戸芸術工科大学

Codes

  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    120005514925
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    departmental bulletin paper
  • Data Source
    IR 
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