A Social Perspective on the Construction of Occupational Therapy in Japan

[目次]

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • A SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IN JAPAN / p1
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS / p1
  • List of Tables / p4
  • List of Figures / p5
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS / p6
  • SECTION I / p8
  • Referent Social Contexts: / p8
  • Occupational Therapy in the West / p8
  • Introduction / p9
  • Chapter1 Occupational Therapy and Modern Social Thought / p13
  • The Emergence of Theory in Western Occupational Therapy / p14
  • Prevailing Social Conditions of the Day
  • Theoretical Underpinnings / p17
  • Reclaiming Occupational Therapy's Intellectual Heritage
  • / p24
  • From West to East / p30
  • Chapter2 Philosophical underpinnings of western biomedicine and occupational therapy / p33
  • Cosmological Myth,Transcendentalism,and Western Value Patterns / p34
  • Western Individualism
  • Modal Characteristics / p49
  • Socialization of Individualism and Independence / p53
  • Occupational Being / p55
  • SECTION II / p58
  • Shifting Social Contexts: / p58
  • Occupational Therapy in the Japanese Social Context / p58
  • Chapter3 Transition
  • Occupational therapy into the Japanese social & cultural context / p59
  • East Asian version of the Cosmological Myth and Japanese Value Patterns / p61
  • East Asian Cosmology & Japanese Morality / p65
  • Individualism & Collectivism / p72
  • Attributes of Individualists and Collectivists / p74
  • Occupational Beings? / p78
  • SECTION III / p80
  • A Japanese Context for Occupational Therapy / p80
  • Chapter4 Social structure and occupation
  • macro-analytical perspectives / p81
  • Values and Beliefs / p82
  • About Occupation / p82
  • About the Person / p82
  • Agrarian Social Beginnings? / p85
  • The Situational Relativity of Japanese Collectivism / p97
  • Structure Within Structure
  • Vertical Indexing in Japanese Society / p100
  • Tateshakai No Ningen Kankei
  • human relations in a vertically structured society / p105
  • Horizontal Indexing
  • Uchi & Soto / p120
  • Philosophical Considerations / p127
  • Occupational Therapy in the Context of Japanese Social Structure / p132
  • Chapter5 Social structure and occupation
  • micro-analytical perspectives / p139
  • Independence
  • the Hallmark of Western Rehabilitation / p141
  • Dependence and Dependency / p149
  • Amae / p156
  • Chapter6 Micro-to Macro-social patterns / p172
  • Values and Culture / p173
  • Occupation
  • a matter of agency / p176
  • Frame over Attribute / p184
  • Form over Function / p185
  • Staying Abreast With Others / p186
  • Identity Crisis / p188
  • Utility Over Autonomy / p192
  • Crisis of Meaning? / p194
  • SECTION IV / p201
  • Toward Japanese Contextual / p201
  • Constructions of Occupational Therapy / p201
  • Chapter7 TOWARD CULTURALLY & CLINICALLY RELEVANT CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY / p202
  • The Cultural Boundaries of Occupation & Occupational Therapy / p202
  • A Fundamental Problem of Meaning / p203
  • Emergence of the 'Kawa' Metaphor / p213
  • Conclusion / p219
  • REFERENCES / p227
  • APPENDIX / p3

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書名 A Social Perspective on the Construction of Occupational Therapy in Japan
著作者等 Michael Kenko Iwama
書名別名 日本における作業療法構築への社会的視点
刊行年月 2001
言語 英語
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