The Journal of Human Relations
Online ISSN : 2433-1961
Print ISSN : 1340-8186
Volume 1 , Issue 1
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  • Type: Cover
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages Cover1-
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages Cover2-
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages App1-
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages i-
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages ii-
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  • Tomohide BANZAI
    Type: Article
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 1-13
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    Before the end of the World War H, a father in Japan was used to dominate his family. In such a paternalistic (feudalistic) family system ("ie" system), all of it's members shared a com-mom belief about the family, (a) A father had priority over other family members in decision making, (b) His eldest son should inherit all the power, and the properties of his parents, (c) A womam was regarded inferior to a man in every respect, and should be subordinated to a man. Despite the breakdown of this old family system under the democratic constitution of Japan which came into force in 1947, the beliefs mentioned above seem to be still working in people's every day life. Therefore, I hypothesized that the old family system ("ie" system) would be influencing young people's social attitudes and interpersonal relationships. To examine this assumption, questionnaires about the old family system ("ie" system) were administered to young people and their parents. The results showed that the eldest sons (and daughters) had kept the beliefs in old family system more than younger ones. The influence of the regional culture still kept in some local areas on young man's way of thinking and behavior was discussed.
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  • Yoshiko KURODA, Yoko NAKAMURA, Kurumi SANGU, Kyoko YAMADA
    Type: Article
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 15-25
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    This paper researches how to do a cooperative study between university and society through team activities, and how to use various psychodramas for exploration of human relations in connection with family. For five years since 1989 we have been doing team activities in relation to the above-mentioned themes making good use of the structure-analysis or the theory and techniques of triadic leader team based on the Science of Relationships founded by K. Matsumura. We also used the concept of networking by J. Lipnack & J. Stamps. As for psychodrama we have especially been directing open psychodramas in daily lives in combination with fieldworks. The paper discusses several general issues about team activities, a) How are interdisciplinary studies to be carried out among different fields integrating each distinctive subject ? -Setting up situations in which anybody would be able to state his or her own thought ; Finding out common, similar and peculiar subjects from each thought ; etc. b ) How are human relations of participants including both researchers and cooperators to be formed and developed ? -Making arrangements for taking various roles which participants choose freely ; Developing flexible human relations in which any participant would be able to experience both interdependent and independent processes ; etc. c ) How are unexpected serious affairs to be dealed with ? -Consulting repeatedly with the persons concerned ; Creating new dynamic activities in accordance with the variation of relational movement and spontaneous movement of each participant ; etc.. The paper also discusses effects of psychodramatic approach such as many-sided exploration on family, multiple development of human relations, special experience beyond daily lives and so on. In addition we would like to suggest making use of proper psychodramas carefully in consideration of critical situations such as despotic direction or negative comments in sharing, etc..
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  • Nobuko OBARA, Reiko AOKI, Hiroko SATO
    Type: Article
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 27-37
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    Recently the relations between person and person have become thinner and more closed ; therefore the improvement of human relations was necessarily indicated in various circumstances. In 1989, "Human Relations" became a new curriculum of Kindergarten education and in 1992, a new subject "Seikatsuka" was set up in the elementary school curriculum. These new attempts in school education are to develop and strengthen human relations among children. We have already begun to organize a group for three-years-old children and their mothers. This group activity is based on a theory : Science of Relationships which was founded by Prof. Kohei Matsumura. Its purpose is to create the co-cross-being situation of Self, Person and Object among humans. In our group activities, we set up various kinds of situations for the three-years-old childen in order to have them experience the co-cross-being situation of Self, Person and Object. In this study, we report the results of a special program called "Psychodrama for childen an mothers" conducted since 1983. In this report, we focus on the following two points ; (1) the purposes and features of our group activities. (2) the meanings of human relations in our group activities.
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  • Akiko IMAI
    Type: Article
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 39-46
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    Many people have hard times in human relationships in groups such as schools and work. Most of these problems are caused by the wounds in their own mind. Children who get involved with their parents' fights, or are used as a tool for those parents to get back together, grow up with fears of wondering whether their existence is allowed. It is impossible for them in those conditions to have a stable relationship with others. Those children who have never been protected by their mothers have to protect themselves. That protection gets naturally and gradually tough and sometimes becomes a weapon to hurt other people, while it hurts themselves. A woman with a wound in her heart couldn't keep a proper distance and got too close to others, and as a result was hurt physically and mentally. She sometimes suffered from the symptoms. However, the suffering was healed through psychological help. How was the suffering healed through the psychological help who accepted her wound ? In the process, her relationship with her parents and other people improved as the images of maternity and paternity changed in some of her dreams.
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  • Rie TAKAHASHI, Yasushi TAKAHASHI
    Type: Article
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 47-55
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    Various new concepts produced by the rapid progress of computer systems are becoming indispensable in many enterprises. This paper describes an effect on human relations that is caused by such new concepts. This theme is different from "computer allergy" or "computer dependence." Often, a person, who cannot use a computer will be removed from the company organization. This is because most organizations nowadays employ computer network systems as media of human communication. Similarly, an executive who cannot understand the new concepts of computer systems is barred from the top management positions. The reason is that the computer systems bring various new concepts into corporate planning strategy. An engineer in a company organization who engages in the third science, will be crushed or will change his occupation because the third science produces new concepts but is not recognized commonly by his colleague and executive. This causes a loss of intelletual capital to the company. To overcome shortages in talented personal, human relations caused by the new concepts with computer systems should be reconsidered.
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  • Michiko KUTAMI
    Type: Article
    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 57-61
    Published: October 10, 1994
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    -The relations between the environment and the age- There are many relations in our today's lives ; such as, "a human being vs. a thing" "a human being vs. a human being", and "a human being vs. the information" in our changing time and age. "A human being" is involved in all sorts of relations. People are not taught the basic techniques of self-control under the present educational system. We have to learn self-control by ourselves or from our parents with much less pressure. Almost entire unhappy relations start when one sticks to his / her own point of view in which he / she is in the center of the world. Such a person often sticks on his / her own administration. If he does not change his / her idea beyond the limits of the self-control, his / her obstinacy will lead him / her to have too much expectations from others as a result. The relation between the individual and one's society. Stress is becoming a social problem these days. If one does not possess "a social sense" it is easy to run into troubles with others. It is necessary to have the objectivity and the adjustment skill regarding relations to control oneself by recognizing the truth and the relations correctly. One can make this "passive" human relations to "active" human relations. It is possible to improve the relations PI vs. CI to PI vs. CI. A competitive spirit and an eager desire only are not enough to expand the world. The "body-sense" of a human being is more inportant to get the right recognition of self, out-world, and the relationships. One can start to control "intelligence" without separating it from a human being by understanding rightly the human being and the relations which is free from one's past and the imagery. One need to make "the social sense" and "vision" grow, and to start developing one's adjustment skills regarding relations, in order to activate social background for everybody. It is the mission of Human-Relation-Studies to give the life to human relations.
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 63-
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 65-67
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 68-79
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 80-86
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    1994 Volume 1 Issue 1 Pages 87-90
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