Journal of Japanese Association for an Inclusive Society
Online ISSN : 2189-891X
Print ISSN : 1345-8973
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  • 2024 Volume 26 Issue Paper Pages A-
    Published: June 21, 2024
    Released on J-STAGE: June 21, 2024
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  • Shoko SAKURABA, Risa URATA
    2024 Volume 26 Issue Paper Pages 1-10
    Published: June 21, 2024
    Released on J-STAGE: June 21, 2024
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    In the post-coronal society, not only face-to-face lectures but also online lectures are expected to be utilized. In this study, the actual conditions of the online lecture attendance environment were shown for Deaf and hard-of-hearing university students and hearing university students. Interviews(11 Deaf and hard-of-hearing students) and questionnaires (156 Deaf and hard-of-hearing students and 59 hearing students) were conducted with university students. As a result, both deaf, hard-of-hearing students and hearing students wanted an environment where they could sit comfortably, where their eyes did not tire quickly, where they could easily see the screen, and where they could adjust the sound and room temperature as needed. Deaf and hard-of-hearing students, on the other hand, placed importance on “a place where it is difficult for other sounds to enter” and “I can see my favorite view beyond my PC (personal computer).” A unique feature of this study is that it focused on the participants of online lectures.

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  • Based on a Survey of Municipalities in A Prefecture
    [in Japanese]
    2024 Volume 26 Issue Paper Pages 11-20
    Published: June 21, 2024
    Released on J-STAGE: June 21, 2024
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    The Basic Act on Disaster Management revised in 2021 obliges municipalities to make effort to formula individual evacuation plans. Based on a survey of municipalities in A Prefecture, this study examines the current status, challenges, and solutions in efforts to formula individual evacuation plans for the elderly who need evacuation support.

    For municipal efforts to promote the establishment of an evacuation support system for residents in need of assistance in evacuation, this study revealed the current status and challenges in the following points:( 1) provision of information on lists to welfare professionals,(2) establishment of an evacuation support system by the community and related parties including professionals, and (3) securing evacuation sites.

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  • a creation of scaling items and examination of content validity
    Kenichiro Furuta, Yu Ishibashi, Mime Hashimoto, Kyousuke Hiramatsu, ...
    2024 Volume 26 Issue Paper Pages 21-30
    Published: June 21, 2024
    Released on J-STAGE: June 21, 2024
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    The purpose of this study was to create a prototype version of the Barrier-Free Mental Health Evaluation Chart by developing constructs and scale items related to mental barrier-free and examining their content validity with a variety of people, including persons with disabilities. As a result, a prototype version of the Barrier-Free Mental Health Assessment Chart was completed, consisting of four constructs: “Mutual Preparedness for Mobility,” “Consideration of Surroundings,” “Consideration for Communication,” “Understanding of Individual Characteristics,” and 16 scale items. This evaluation chart is not intended to deepen understanding of disability but is an evaluation method that can spread and educate a wide range of people, including people with disabilities, children, and older adults, about the concept of mental barrier-free.

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