1982 年 37 巻 p. 139-150,en241
Whether the behavior of students is problematic or not, is not determined as given, but determined through the negotiation process between teachers and students.
The purpose of this paper is to clarify the relationship between problematic behavior and this negotiation process from the viewpoint of student subculture.
In this paper, I reviewd some American and English researches, and constructed the analytical for flamework of this papar. These researches explain problematic or delinquent behaviors were explained by four factors: push pull, process (teachers' making sense) and student making sense. I combined these four factors by putting two kinds of “making sense” factors centre of them.
I concluded that the negotiation process between teachers and students is a kind of making sense process, which is fundamentaly determined by the relationship between school-teacher culture and youth culture among students.