著者
諸井 克英
出版者
京都
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.47, pp.38-42, 2013

資料
著者
長友 麻希子
出版者
同志社女子大学
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.37, pp.41-47, 2003

Tapioca (Cassava) is the staple food of more than 300 million people in the world. Though Tapioca is utilized in a variety of ways, it is generally known as an Asian sweet in Japan. In the Edo period tapioca was considered a medicine until the government opened the door to the world in the Meiji period. Tapioca had not been introduced as a foodstuff until it was important into Japan from France and the United Sates. But gradually ir turned out to be a substitude food during World War ll. This study explores how the new food-Tapioca was adopted and transmited into Japanese food culture between 1868 and 1945. And it also made clear Tapioca's potential connection with history.
出版者
京都
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 = DWCLA human life and science (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.46, pp.46-57, 2013-02-20

This paper looks at the Kosode Moyo Hinagatabon published during the Edo Period, and discusses the characteristics and changes of butterfly patterns drawn on kosode. The appearance of butterfly patterns peaked in the late 1680s and early 1700s, and later increased slightly to its highest number in 1800. Depictions of butterfly patterns can be generally divided into ageha chou and fuse chou, with further changes visible in the detail of the shapes, showing variety. There were also allegorical patterns that combined with other patterns to symbolize a sense of season, drawing from literature of that time. In sum, it appears that there is much commonality among popular designs of kosode patterns.原著論文
著者
清水 久美子 廣瀬 永莉
出版者
同志社女子大学生活科学会
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.46, pp.46-57, 2012

原著論文This paper looks at the Kosode Moyo Hinagatabon published during the Edo Period, and discusses the characteristics and changes of butterfly patterns drawn on kosode. The appearance of butterfly patterns peaked in the late 1680s and early 1700s, and later increased slightly to its highest number in 1800. Depictions of butterfly patterns can be generally divided into ageha chou and fuse chou, with further changes visible in the detail of the shapes, showing variety. There were also allegorical patterns that combined with other patterns to symbolize a sense of season, drawing from literature of that time. In sum, it appears that there is much commonality among popular designs of kosode patterns.
出版者
京都
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 = DWCLA human life and science (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.47, pp.1-10, 2014-02-20

The purpose of this article is to present detailed information about certified clinical social workers who are evaluated as qualified ones by the central competent authorities in Taiwan. The advantage of obtaining qualification is that they can apply for establishing an independent social worker office ; therefore they are more marketable when job hunting.This paper is composed of three parts. The first part discusses in detail characteristic patterns and approaches of Professional Social Work Act in 1997 by briefly reviewing how and why certified clinical social workers were developed. The second part is about the result of the research and its analysis. These credentials make them more inviting to those who apply for social workers by establishing a system for nursing-care insurance in the year 2017. Lastly, I make some propositions based on the result of research. The paper then describes the current dimensions of independent social work offices. It connects with certain arguments about reorganizing the mental health professions. This paper concludes by arguing that licensed clinical social workers cut across professional lines in an eclectic manner, creating a unique interprofessional approach in the areas of social work and psychology. The history of social work in Taiwan is a process of replacement of old theory and practice by new one.
出版者
京都
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 = DWCLA human life and science (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.48, pp.13-24, 2015-02-20

The present study examined the factor structure of paranormal beliefs of female undergraduates. The Paranormal Beliefs Scale was developed by authors. We developed a new scale composed of seventy-six items by refining scale items used by previous studies. The Paranormal Beliefs Scale, the Big Five Scales (Wada, 1996), and the Trait Feelings of Unreality Scale (Sunaga, 1996) were administered to female undergraduates (N=392). By factor analysis (principal factor method with promax rotations), for the Paranormal Belief Scale, five factors were extracted : belief in augury, belief in unidentified objects, belief in good or bad luck, positive attitude toward science, and negative attitude toward science. According to a series of regression analyses (stepwise method), paranormal beliefs were significantly determined by big five and feelings of unreality. The significance of research in paranormal beliefs was discusssed from the point of view of youth and religion.原著論文
著者
谷本 由美
出版者
京都
雑誌
同志社女子大学生活科学 (ISSN:13451391)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.45, pp.44-53, 2011

'Kojiki' became widely known for the children's books during the Meiji period. One of them is crepe books "Japanese Tale series".It was Mr. Chamberlain, a Japanologist who worked to include the myth in this series. Mrs. James, an author of "THE HARE OF INABA" in this series, modified the myth for more educational purposes. This modification influenced other children's books of Kojiki in those days, "the Japanese old tale" series by Iwaya Sazanami, who is the most famous author of children's literature in Meiji era in Japan. It is considered that the early children's books of Kojiki were made independently of what you call Imperialist education.原著論文