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Special Symposium
"Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK"

ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (Eds.) January 30, 2009
Report Issued by Research Center for Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, 243p. ISSN 1882-6539

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ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (Eds.) January 30, 2009 Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK"
Report Issued by Research Center for Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, 243p. ISSN 1882-6539



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[Table of Contents]

Preface by MATSUBARA Yoko --- 3

Program --- 11
Opening Address by TATEIWA Shin'ya --- 14
Introduction of Arthur W. FRANK by SATO Tatsuya --- 16

Keynote Speech
"Helping People Tell Stories: Narrative Research on Troubled Lives" Arthur W. FRANK --- 20
Designated Qestion 1 "About Testimony as Ethics of Storyteller" YAMAGUCHI Maki --- 47
Designated Qestion 2 "Crime Victim and Narrative" OTANI Michitaka --- 52
Reply by Arthur W. Frank -Arthur W. FRANK, Interpreted by MITACHI Mami & ARIMA Hitoshi --- 57

Report 1 "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-he lp Groups for Extended Periods?" NAKATA Kiichi --- 65
Report 2 "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences; Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth" FUJIWARA Nobuyuki --- 74
Comments by Arthur W. FRANK - Arthur W. FRANK, Interpreted by MITACHI Mami & ARIMA Hitoshi --- 82

General Comment 1 ITO Tomoki --- 88
General Comment 2 AMADA Josuke --- 91
General Comment 3 TATEIWA Shin'ya --- 95
Reply by Arthur W. FRANK - Arthur W. FRANK, Interpreted by MITACHI Mami & ARIMA Hitoshi --- 101
Questions and Answers --- 108
Closing Address by MATSUBARA Yoko --- 116

Materials:
Material "Ethics of 'Testimony': Burdens that Accompany Story-telling" YAMAGUCHI Maki --- 121
Material "Criminal Victim and Story" OTANI Michitaka --- 126
Distributed Material "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-help Groups for Extended Periods?" NAKATA Kiichi --- 132
Distributed Material "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences; Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth" FUJIWARA Nobuyuki --- 152
Material "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-Help Groups for Extended Periods?" NAKATA Kiichi --- 170
Material "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences;
Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth" FUJIWARA Nobuyuki --- 189
Material "One Way of Understanding Books by Arthur W. Frank" AMADA Josuke --- 208
Material "Notes for Comment" TATEIWA Shin'ya --- 218
Material "For Comment after the Whole Discussion" TATEIWA Shin'ya --- 229

Postscript TATEIWA Shin'ya --- 241

Correction in the Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi No.4 "Identity and Alterity in Multiculturalism and Social Justice: "Conflicts", "Identity", "Alterity", "Solutions?" --- 243


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