The Modern History of Occupational Therapy in Japan:
Toward Establishment of the Study of Occupational Therapy which "Affirms the Existence" of the Subject
March 29, 2013 Seikatsu Shoin, 272p.
March 29, 2013 The Modern History of Occupational Therapy in Japan: Toward Establishment of the Study of Occupational Therapy which "Affirms the Existence" of the Subject
, Seikatsu Shoin, 272p. ISBN-10:4865000097 ISBN-13:9784865000092 3,000 yen + tax [amazon]
Introduction by the Author → Research Highlights "Describing the Modern History of Occupational Therapy" http://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/news/read/id/192
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What should the study of occupational therapy aim for and where should it be headed for?In this book the author carefully traces the modern history of occupational therapy in Japan and presents a "good"vision of occupational therapy that has continued from the normative/ethical viewpoints with the help of "acceptance of disabilities" which exists in the clinical field as an inconsistent word/concept.
■Table of Contents
ｉ Viewpoint of Issues and Objectives of This Research
ii Organization of the Book and Abstracts of Each Chapter
iii Significance of This Research
iiii Limitation of This Research
Chapter 1 Value of Persons and Occupational Therapy: A Consideration concerning Three Phases of Work of Disabled Persons
1 Whereabouts of Problem Awareness
2 Intrinsic Value of Occupational Therapy
3 Three Phases of Work of Disabled Persons
4 Person's Value and Occupational Therapy
Chapter 2 The Modern History of Occupational Therapy in Japan
1 From 1965 to 1975: Conflicts between Professionalization and Identity
2 From 1976 to 1991: The Path to "Questioning of the Core of Occupational Therapy" and Its Landing Site
3 Trend of Theorization (of the Study) of Occupational Therapy: Focusing on after 1992
Chapter 3 Rehabilitation Statement concerning "the Bedridden Aged": Especially after 1990
3 Medical Economy of Rehabilitation
4 Statement on Rehabilitation
5 Overall Examination
Chapter 4 Rehabilitation Statement concerning "the Aged with Dementia"
1 Statement/Transformation of Research/Compilation Process of Occupational Therapy of the Aged with Dementia: Examination of Rehabilitation Journals in 1980s and 1990s
2 Organization of Points concerning Conceptualization, Scaling, and Support Setting of "Quality of Life" of the Aged with Dementia
Chapter 5 Examination of "Quality of Life" in the Japanese Rehabilitation Study: Seeking a Cornerstone of the Rehabilitation Study above Subjective View/Objective One
1 Introduction: What Makes "Quality of Life" an Issue?
2 Object and Method
3 Result: Characteristics and Changes of Statement/Research of "Quality of Life" which Are Divided into Three Terms and Overviewed
4 Discussion: Necessity of Normative Support Concept that Support the Gap and Existence of Subjective View/Objective One
Chapter 6 Aiming for a Way of the Study of Occupational Therapy without Anastrophe of Existence Value and Ability One: Inquiry of "Semantics of Works" and "Fields of Treatment/Untreatment"
1 Summary of Chapter 1 to Chapter 5
2 Comparative Examination on Theories and Thoughts between the Study of Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation Study
3 Aiming for a Way of the Study of Occupational Therapy without Anastrophe of Existence Value and Ability One