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Ars Vivendi

Sociology of Disabled People Who Have Left Home or Institutions

ASAKA Junko, OKAHARA Masayuki, ONAKA Fumiya, TATEIWA Shin'ya May 15, 1995


Ars Vivendi: Sociology of Disabled People Who Left Home and Institution


ŸASAKA Junko, OKAHARA Masayuki, ONAKA Fumiya & TATEIWA Shin'ya May 15, 1995 Ars Vivendi: Sociology of Disabled People Who Have Left Home or Institutions (Enlarged and Revised Edition), Tokyo, Fujiwara-Shoten, 366p. ISBN-10: 489434016X ISBN-13: 978-4894340169 3045yen [amazon]/[kinokuniya]

ŸASAKA Junko, OKAHARA Masayuki, ONAKA Fumiya & TATEIWA Shin'ya October 25, 1990 Ars Vivendi: Sociology of Disabled People Who Have Left Home or Institutions (First Edition), Fujiwara Shoten, 320p. ISBN-10: 4938661136 ISBN-13: 978-4938661137 2500yen [amazon]/[kinokuniya]


¡Table of Contents

 Preface
@1. About "Independent Living"
@2. Method of Investigation
@3. Structure of the Book

 Enlarged and Revised Points

  Chapter 1@"To Me" 30 Years of My Life@ASAKA Junko
 1956: Having Surgeries again and again
 1967: Living in the Institution
 1970: Coming Home and Participating in Disabled People's Movements
 1978: Leaving Home
 1983: Visiting Berkeley
 1985: New Life in Kunitachi City
 1986: Starting a Business as a Peer Counselor

  Chapter 2@Life "Outside of Home or Institutions"@TATEIWA Shin'ya
 1@How They Are Living
 2@CIL (Center for Independent Living) Movement in "Western Countries", especially in the U.S.

  Chapter 3@Love as a System: Meaning of Leaving Family@OKAHARA Masayuki
 1@Welfare and "Family"
 2@Some Thoughts on a Tragic Case
 3@Too Much Love, Parental Mind
 4@Normalization of Love and Enclosure by Family
 5@Section Summary: Meaning of Leaving Family

  Chapter 4@Living Outside of Institutions: Escape from Welfare Space@ONAKA Fumiya
 1@Problems
 2@"Abuse" and "Bad Treatment"
 3@"Control" and "Isolation"
 4@Result of "Control" and "Isolation"
 5@Logics to Criticize "Control" and "Isolation"
 6@Surrounding the Whole Life by Welfare Consideration
 7@About "Improving Institutions"
 8@Problems "After" Leaving an Institution
 9@Section Summary

  Chapter 5@Freedom toward Conflicts: Relationship between Care and Being Cared@OKAHARA Masayuki
 1@Independence and Human Relationship
 2@Disabled People and Care Assistants: Misunderstandings and Complaints
 3@Disabled People and Care Assistants: Breaking Through Misunderstandings and Complaints
 4@View of the General Public
 5@"Care"
 6@Freedom toward Conflicts
 7@Section Summary

  Chapter 6@Technique of Independence@OKAHARA Masayuki and TATEIWA Shin'ya
 1@Trials by Showing the Life Patterns
 2@Betting on Uncertain Future
 3@Challenge to the Given Places
 4@"Affirming" Disability
 5@Open the Issues to Outside

  Chapter 7@Quickly / Slowly: Birth and Development of Independent Living Movement@TATEIWA Shin'ya
 1@Policies and Movements before 1960s
 2@Turning Point 1: Aoi Shiba no Kai
 3@Turning Point 2: From Institutions
 4@Existence of Others
 5@Development
 6@"Turning" of Policies
 7@Present Situation to Borderline

  Chapter 8@We Decide, the Society Supports: Theory on PA System TATEIWA Shin'ya
 1@Formation of this Society
 2@Self Responsibility / Social Duty
 3@Family
 4@Voluntary Acts
 5@Being Paid
 6@Various Systems
 7@Conclusion

  Chapter 9@Challenges of CILs@TATEIWA Shin'ya
 1@"Services" Provided by Disabled People
 2@Their Positions
 3@Japan Council on Independent Living Centers and its Members
 4@Their Activities
 5@Subsidies for CILs
 6@Their Future

Appendix: Disabled People's Movements and Independent Living in Asian Developing Countries@ONAKA Fumiya

 Postscript

 Japan Council on Independent Living Centers Member List (as of March 2007)

 Bibliography

 Refference on Disabled People in Asia

[Theme-related Links]
ŸCenter for Independent Living
ŸDisability Studies


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