Japanese Journal of Qualitative Psychology
Online ISSN : 2435-7065
The Narrative Transmission of Past-Historical Events from One Generation to the Next
Yukie SuganoGen KitauedaYuta JitsukawaTetsuji ItoYoko Yamada
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2009 Volume 8 Issue 1 Pages 6-24


This paper discusses the symposium of the 4th Conference of the Japanese Association of Qualitative Psychology at Nara Women's University. At the symposium, four panelists presented their views on the transmission of stories from one generation to the next. Kitaueda, a lecturer in peace education in Okinawa, delivered a lecture entitled "In the cause of the co-guide". In the lecture, Kitaueda emphasized the creation of experiences. Jitsukawa discussed "minamata exhibition" and emphasized the possibility of the exhibition style and the preparations required on the part of the listener. Yamada and Ito provided a commentary from the perspective of qualitative psychology. Ito discussed the meaning of impossibility in narration. Yamada discussed the relationship among their practices and her Triple Dialogical Model that connect the narrator, the mediator and the listener.

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