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Title: ロールシャッハ法における父親イメージカード選択過程の検討 --青年期女性の父親イメージに着目して--
Other Titles: Selection Process about Father Image Card in Rorschach Method: Focusing on Adolescent Women's Father Image
Authors: 石井, 佳葉  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: ISHII, Kayo
Keywords: 父親イメージカード
Father Image Card
Rorschach method
Adolescent women
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2018
Publisher: 京都大学大学院教育学研究科
Journal title: 京都大学大学院教育学研究科紀要
Volume: 64
Start page: 317
End page: 329
Abstract: ロールシャッハ法の父親イメージカード(FIC)選択について, 反応内容だけではなく, 選択される過程に焦点を当てて検討を行った。青年期女性175名を対象として, 意識的な父親イメージについて質問紙調査から捉えたところ, ワンマンな父親像, 影の薄い父親像, 優しく頼れる父親像の3つが得られた。そのうち, 9事例のFIC選択について, 選択されたカードの反応内容, 選択時間, そして選択理由の語りの展開に沿って分析を行った。その結果, FIC選択においては, (1)選択に時間を要し, FICの反応内容に過度に一致させていくパターン, (2)反応内容がほとんど顧みられず, イメージが固定化されているパターン, (3)反応内容を一つの手がかりとしながら, 父親イメージを多面的に捉えているパターンの3つが見出された。従来は選択結果のみから父親イメージ理解が行われてきたが, 本研究により, 選択の過程を検討することの意義が示された。
In the Rorschach method, people are usually asked to select Father Image Card (FIC). To understand the image from FIC, this study focuses on not only the card but also the selection process. First, 175 adolescent women were separated into three groups based on a questionnaire about the conscious father image: dictating image, forgettable image, kind and reliable image. Second, the responses of nine subjects in the process of selecting FIC were investigated. The process was divided into three parts, considering of the contents of FIC, time for selection, and the narrative for why they chose the card. As a result, three patterns were found: (1) taking more time to select FIC, and harmonizing father images with the contents of FIC; (2) ignoring of the contents on FIC, and having a stereotyped father image; (3) reporting various kinds of father image based on FIC. In previous research, father images were understood simply by the choice itself and the contents. If two people selected the same card and provided similar contents, their images were interpreted in the same way. Therefore, it was possible that the understanding was insufficient. This study suggested that analyzing the FIC selection process would allow the therapist to gain a deeper understanding of their clients.
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