著者
大塚 明子
出版者
文教大学
雑誌
人間科学研究 (ISSN:03882152)
巻号頁・発行日
no.26, pp.39-53, 2004-12-20

As I have shown in previous papers, Japanese Modern Family, which was taking shape among the new urban middle class after late Meiji period, imported and adopted the Western concept of love as its basis. But throughout the pre-war period, this concept remained as a kind of abstract and rather unreal ideal. In Shufu No Tomo(Housewife's Companion), one of the most popular magazines for women, it was the traditional word"wago"(harmony), not love, that played a key role in advising the readers on how to behave and avoid troubles in the relationship with their husbands in everyday marriage life. The principle of wago was based on male supremacy, especially when sex was concerned.
著者
大塚 明子
出版者
文教大学大学院言語文化研究科付属言語文化研究所
雑誌
言語と文化 (ISSN:09147977)
巻号頁・発行日
no.19, pp.1-32, 2006

Since the latter Meiji era, the influence of the Western romantic love ideology has flowed incessantly into our culture. However, such an imported idea has not been accepted as it is in Europe and America. Then what are the cultural characteristics of the modern Japanese outlook on love, and how have they been changed?In this paper, I examine the process of liberalization of love by analyzing some important keywords in hit songs from the prewar period to today, such as "first meeting", "forget", and "tenderness". It will be shown that our outlook on love has become considerably "romantic" since the late 1980's, as a result of the anomie of love.
著者
大塚 明子
出版者
文教大学
雑誌
人間科学研究 (ISSN:03882152)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.25, pp.33-41, 2003-12

Recently the Japanese urban family after the late Meiji period has been illustrated, in terms of its motherchild relationship and the stress on family affection, as a type of Modern Family. Taking this view, I have tried in some previous papers to analyze Japanese Modern Family through one of the best-selling magazines "Shufu no Tomo (Housewives' Companion)", especially its husband-wife relationship. Is the Japanese modern conjugal love very much alike its source, the Western romantic love ideology, or not? In this paper, I focus on how the magazine in the pre-war period looked on the problem of divorce and show that its concept of love, closely related its nationalism, was very different from romantic love as well as what we think of it today.
著者
大塚 明子
出版者
一般社団法人日本認知・行動療法学会
雑誌
行動療法研究 (ISSN:09106529)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.29, no.2, pp.171-181, 2003-09-30

本研究は、17歳の身体醜形障害(BDD)を伴う強迫性障害(OCD)の女性患者に対して、曝露反応妨害法(E/RP)を中心とする認知行動療法(CBT)を行った結果、 CBT開始3か月間で不潔恐怖を主とする強迫観念、強迫行為やBDD症状に改善がみられた事例の報告である。治療においては、治療への動機づけや継続性を高める心理教育、治療意欲を高める課題を設定し、宿題でE/RPを繰り返し、成功体験をセルフモニタリングすることを通して、セルフコントロール力を高めることに重点が置かれた。最後に、本研究の結果をもとに、OCDと生物学的ならびに認知行動学的な共通性が指摘されているBDDに対するCBTの効果について考察した。
著者
大塚 明子
出版者
文教大学大学院言語文化研究科付属言語文化研究所
雑誌
言語と文化 (ISSN:09147977)
巻号頁・発行日
no.19, pp.1-32, 2006

Since the latter Meiji era, the influence of the Western romantic love ideology has flowed incessantly into our culture. However, such an imported idea has not been accepted as it is in Europe and America. Then what are the cultural characteristics of the modern Japanese outlook on love, and how have they been changed?In this paper, I examine the process of liberalization of love by analyzing some important keywords in hit songs from the prewar period to today, such as "first meeting", "forget", and "tenderness". It will be shown that our outlook on love has become considerably "romantic" since the late 1980's, as a result of the anomie of love.