- 安田女子大学大学院紀要 = The journal of the Graduate School, Yasuda Women's University (ISSN:24323772)
- no.24, pp.29-43, 2019-03-31
The present study considered the following aspects of young people’s relationships: vertical dyadic ‘Tate’ relationships between the young person and his/her parents or homeroom teacher, diagonal dyadic ‘Naname’ relationships between the young person and other adults, and horizontal dyadic ‘Yoko’ relationships among his/her peers. Recently, diagonal dyadic relationships between the young people and other adults have undergone a reduction in intimacy. Firstly, for young people, the roles of the diagonal dyadic partners were defined as follows: (1) a conversation partner or a playmate, (2) a mentor, (3) a translator, (4) a mediator, (5) a purveyor of other views, lifestyles, or values, and (6) a role model. Secondly, we note that various teachers other than the homeroom teacher were able to develop a diagonal dyadic relationship with the student at school, and that these relationships were worked out during student guidance and career guidance. Finally, we find a need to develop systems in which busy teachers can exchange various kinds of information about their students with each other.