著者
徳山 朋恵 Tomoe TOKUYAMA 京都文教大学大学院臨床心理学研究科 Kyoto Bunkyo University Graduate School of Clinical Psychology
雑誌
臨床心理学部研究報告 = Reports from the Faculty of Clinical Psychology, Kyoto Bunkyo University (ISSN:18843751)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.7, pp.71-84, 2015-03-31

Gothloli have been reported in many fields. However, it leads to be reported sporadically due to diversified standpoints. The purpose of this paper is to understand what kind of phenomenon is happened and how this is happened, and how one feel when one wear Gothloli from the clinical psychological standpoint. First, I classified Gothloli into 3 groups: Gothic, Lolita, and Gothic&Lolita. I summed up the study about these groups and the scheme of these things. After that, I defined the meanings of Gothic, Lolita, and Gothic & Lolita in this paper. Gothic is the deviation from society and dark view of world, and intention of transcendent material. Lolita is awareness and affirming their own dream, ideal, an unreal longing world leading to the prettiness or the girlness whatever one wear. Gothic&Lolita is combining both meanings. Second, I summed up the study of clothing psychology. Especially, the 3 points are shown in this paper: that wear relates to many kind of desire according to Maslowʼs desiring levels, that wearer decides to wear the clothes by unreal and real body scheme and self-concept, and that wear express positive or negative feelings and a sense of shame. I found that in the clinical psychological study of Gothloli, a certain paper mentioned Gothloli relates to stabbing incident in 2003, another paper said with standpoint of narcissism and phenomenology, although there are only a few studies. I interviewed 6 people and revealed that relationship between wearer and Gothloli by classifying the pattern of interview result with KJ method. In addition, I found that the difference how one think about Gothloli for wearer by the PAC analysis for 3 people. Here, I approached the mechanism model how one feel when wearing Gothloli. However, the problem of low number of subject person is still remained. Hereafter, It might be needed the additional research with more interview result, related clothing psychological research, and psychological research of cloth except for Gothloli or makeup.
著者
平岡 聡 Satoshi HIRAOKA 京都文教大学臨床心理学部臨床心理学科 Kyoto Bunkyo University Department of Clinical Psychology Faculty of Clinical Psychology
出版者
京都文教大学
雑誌
臨床心理学部研究報告 = Reports from the Faculty of Clinical Psychology, Kyoto Bunkyo University (ISSN:18843751)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.2, pp.65-74, 2010-03-31

This paper aims to elucidate some problems concerning discrimination and equality in Indian Buddhism from the standpoint of Buddhist karmic concepts. In understanding a religion, it is very important to clarify how the religion looks at human beings. We could easily surmise the idea of equality of human beings in Christianity, because they are thought to be equally created by God. Or we could guess the equality in Christianity from another aspect: human beings all share the original sin which was fi rst committed by Adam and Eve. Then what stance does Buddhism take concerning this problem? How has the view of humanity in Buddhism been infl uenced by karmic ideas (especially bad karma accumulated in one's past lives) corresponding to sin in Christianity? I will make clear the problem in Indian Buddhism and then consider the direction which Buddhism should take in the future.
著者
須藤 春佳 Haruka SUDO 京都文教大学臨床心理学部臨床心理学科 Kyoto Bunkyo University Department of Clinical Psychology Faculty of Clinical Psychology
出版者
京都文教大学
雑誌
臨床心理学部研究報告 = Reports from the Faculty of Clinical Psychology, Kyoto Bunkyo University (ISSN:18843751)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.1, pp.99-108, 2009-03-31

The purpose of this paper is to discuss close friendship from social, cultural, and psychological viewpoints. The definition of friend is made by Brain R (1976) as follows: person who is connected by means of affection or dearness, not by blood relation or Eros. In order to consider the meaning of close friendship, we referred to the research of comparative anthropology of Brain. Through his study, we could see how close friendship worked in some culture and society, especially in some tribes in Africa where friendship played very important role. Historically, friendship was formed as a social system in the Middle Ages in Europe. Moreover, trust and affection between friends are emphasized in almost all culture. Thus, friendship is regarded as a fundamental aspect of human nature. Friendship is a relationship which has equality and complement nature, and it has played the role of exchange in some social systems. Also, some societies regard friendship as important as kinship, because it proceeds economical and social negotiation outside the kinship system. Several examples are shown in this paper. In order to see friendship from a psychological point of view, the image of twins was proposed in connection with close friendship. In some society, a close friend is recognized as a substitute for twin, which represents half of one's soul. The image of twin-ship represents "a pair of souls", or "the other self." Brain says that the fundamental aspect of friendship is equality, the form of a pair in soul, and "the other self." So he thinks the image of twins is connected with friendship. Finally, we discussed gender difference in close friendship, and close friendship between the sexes. Men and women can form close friendship with each other. Equality, or the basic nature of friendship, enables men and women to communicate with each other apart from their sexual drives.
著者
徳山 朋恵 Tomoe TOKUYAMA 京都文教大学大学院臨床心理学研究科 Kyoto Bunkyo University Graduate School of Clinical Psychology
雑誌
臨床心理学部研究報告 = Reports from the Faculty of Clinical Psychology, Kyoto Bunkyo University (ISSN:18843751)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.7, pp.71-84, 2015-03-31

Gothloli have been reported in many fields. However, it leads to be reported sporadically due to diversified standpoints. The purpose of this paper is to understand what kind of phenomenon is happened and how this is happened, and how one feel when one wear Gothloli from the clinical psychological standpoint. First, I classified Gothloli into 3 groups: Gothic, Lolita, and Gothic&Lolita. I summed up the study about these groups and the scheme of these things. After that, I defined the meanings of Gothic, Lolita, and Gothic & Lolita in this paper. Gothic is the deviation from society and dark view of world, and intention of transcendent material. Lolita is awareness and affirming their own dream, ideal, an unreal longing world leading to the prettiness or the girlness whatever one wear. Gothic&Lolita is combining both meanings. Second, I summed up the study of clothing psychology. Especially, the 3 points are shown in this paper: that wear relates to many kind of desire according to Maslowʼs desiring levels, that wearer decides to wear the clothes by unreal and real body scheme and self-concept, and that wear express positive or negative feelings and a sense of shame. I found that in the clinical psychological study of Gothloli, a certain paper mentioned Gothloli relates to stabbing incident in 2003, another paper said with standpoint of narcissism and phenomenology, although there are only a few studies. I interviewed 6 people and revealed that relationship between wearer and Gothloli by classifying the pattern of interview result with KJ method. In addition, I found that the difference how one think about Gothloli for wearer by the PAC analysis for 3 people. Here, I approached the mechanism model how one feel when wearing Gothloli. However, the problem of low number of subject person is still remained. Hereafter, It might be needed the additional research with more interview result, related clothing psychological research, and psychological research of cloth except for Gothloli or makeup.