- 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院紀要 (ISSN:18821669)
- vol.132, pp.149-165, 2018-08-30
This paper attempts to consider current issues and future visions of a qualitative study on the livedexperience of people with mental health consumers/survivors/ex-patients. Note that no differenceexists between the collection of data regarding their lived experience and exploitation or plunder.Though model stories based on their lived experience, they were confined to acceptable stories in society.If lived experience explains model stories, I fear that social environment may not take diversityinto account, causing not inclusion but exclusion. In future visions, I suggested that researchersshould be cognizant of recognizing diversity, asking a primary research question."what is it"in orderto discover and give a name again. Another important point is that researchers attempt to adopta caring perspective in their studies.