1979 年 34 巻 p. 5-14,en203
The term of “community” has been commonly used for explanation of gained data in research, or the stage of the educational process.
We, now, must regard the community from other angles, for, I think, . there are many educational problems peculiar to each community to be solved.
Accordingly, I think, we should
(1) pay attention to the potential realities, that is, the basic consciousness of given community residents to education.
(2) pay attention to the educational problems through the matter of minority of the whole community, that is, the “buraku” discrimination or the education for the abolition of discrimination.
(3) consider the educational process and problems, not from the statistical standpoint but from the historical and microscopic.
Thereupon, we may have a definite image upon the educational environment of community with the relative peculiarity as the research object.