2020 年 2020 巻 33 号 p. 44-51
This paper aimed to think about how we could maintain others’ dignity from the consideration of “the illegal actions” of the people with learning difficulties and autism. We can find that “the illegal actions” are contiguous to everyday actions by the concentration of the social process they constructed. There are two typical distorted views about the people with learning disabilities and autism who did “illegal actions”, one is they did it for no reason, and the other is they cannot reflect on themselves. However, these views consisted of our arbitrary assumptions. In Takonoki-club, the supporters and attendants tried to reflect their communication with the people with learning difficulties and autism as double contingency. The way they did shows us how we can maintain others’ dignity if we cannot understand them.