著者
風間 誠史
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模国文 (ISSN:03029999)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.41, pp.121-126, 2014-03
著者
山崎 鎮親
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模国文 (ISSN:03029999)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.40, pp.55-73, 2013-03
著者
田畑 雅英
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模女子大学紀要. A, 人文系 (ISSN:18835341)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.77, pp.87-95, 2013

研究論文(Thesisses)The King Kong character which appeared for the first time in King Kong(1933) has two aspects: first he acts as the symbol of nature frightening human civilization, secondly as the symbol of the wild instinctive impulse within the human mind. Both of these two aspects contradict human civilization, so King Kong must be attacked by flying fighters, the most advanced weapon that human civilization had produced up until that time. He falls down dying from the rooftop of the Empire State Building, the symbol of human civilization. But the licensed Japanese movie King Kong Escapes(1967)described King Kong as a good monster who follows the heroine gently. This relationship of King Kong and the heroine foreshadowed changes in the later King Kong movies. In the first fully remade movie from 1976 King Kong is described as an individual creature living in nature rather than as the symbol of nature. Therefore the heroine is in contact with King Kong on equal terms, tries to communicate with him, feels sympathy and comes to love him. In the next remade movie from 2005 King Kong is described as the symbol of nature again. But the escalated environmental destruction had changed nature from the opponent that humans must struggle against into an object that they must protect. The heroine actively tries to protect King Kong and, in doing so, attempts to protect valuable nature. The change of King Kong movies reflects the change of the view on nature.
著者
亀田 菜央子 岡田 佳織 金井 美惠子
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模女子大学紀要. B, 自然系 (ISSN:09167676)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.76, pp.13-19, 2012

The number of incidents of food poisoning at food service facilities has decreased since the execution of a hygiene control manual for parge-scale food processing facilities in accordance with the HACCP, however the improvement level for sanitary conditions still cannot be deemed sufficient. Especially nowadays where bacteria capable of causing food poising in small numbers are gaining attention, the thorough cleaning and sterilization of kitchen instruments, hands and fingers is extremely important. Here, in order to comprehend the extent of microbial contamination, we conducted an examination of viable count, Escherichia coli and coliform group on the hands and fingers of food processing personnel and kitchen instruments (cutting boards, dish towels, knives, refrigerator, etc.). Results showed the mean values of 10^1 〜 10^2 /100cm^2 prior to usage and 10^2 〜 10^4 / per hand following usage. As the number of viable bacteria increased, the detection rate for coliform group also increased. The degree of viable count and coliform group contamination was especially high in water bowls for placing rice paddles and tongs during usage, used dish towels, hands and fingers during food preparation, and sponges, with more than half of examination targets having results comparable to the degree of contamination for the floor. With the need for improving sanitary conditions of cutting boards, refrigerator handles, hands and fingers, and sponges for washing, the hygiene instruction using the Lumitester PD-20 was carried out. As a result, the degree of contamination for almost all examination targets improved to Rank A, and in the results for examination of viable bacteria counts conducted simultaneously the values decreased to less than 1/10 〜 1/40 in comparison to those prior to instruction. Since the usage of Lumitester makes quick numerical comprehension of contamination possible, it can be deemed an efficient method for improvement of cleaning and sterilization methods at the workplace. The results of this research show that further minimization of secondary food product contamination risk is possible by introduction of the Lumitester into hygiene control.
著者
南 明日香
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模女子大学紀要. A, 人文系 (ISSN:18835341)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.76, pp.1-14, 2012

Sword guards (tsuba) are one of the types of objects d'art collected by Westerners since the 19th century. However the criteria used for expertise at this time were unclear. In France art dealer Hayashi Tadamasa proposed a model for these procedures in a catalogue of his collection dated 1894. Soon after Hayashi's own expertise was called into question when connoisseurs started to notice mistakes in his comments on the objects of the collection. In Japan, starting in 1900, Akiyama Kyusaku became known for his observations on swords and sword guards thanks to the articles he published in the Journal of the Sword Society (Tokenkaishi). Georges de Tressan was searching for new scientific criteria and new methods of cataloguing based on documents published in Japan and in Europe. Moreover his writings as well as the letters he exchanged with collectors of sword guards living in three cities: Tokyo, London and Leipzig. show how he classified manufactures and swordsmiths and tried to perfect his criteria. We may use as an example a group of sword guards including one which belonged to Alexander G. Mosle's collection. They reveal the difficulties which arise in carrying out an expertise of Kaneiye sword guards. The debate between Tressan and Henri L. Joly concerning the masters of Kaneiye's groupe clearly shows the problems involved in a chronological study of swordsmiths. They examine the name inscribed on the object as well as various swordmaking techniques. Tressan's classifications were improved by Akiyama who responded to his questions with several letters. Moreover Tressan's method for the analysis of the pictorial decorations of sword guards made by Kaneiye's groupe allows us to see that he tried to appreciate them by means of his knowledge of the history of Japanese painting ; he also wanted to reveal the artistic value of the swords and the artistic qualities of their makers.
著者
栗原 悟
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
人間社会研究 (ISSN:13494953)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.12, pp.89-108, 2015-03
著者
甲田 烈
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模女子大学紀要. A, 人文系 (ISSN:18835341)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.76, pp.43-56, 2012

This papers advocates the Positive Philosophy through the Metanoesis of Tanabe's philosophy and Ethics of Spinoza. The author explains a positivity from the awareness of limitation in human being. Positive emotion such as joy and powerless awareness in surrender are also the essence of positivity. Awareness of penitence leading to an inability to transform its core is, in the philosophy of Tanabe, self-affirmation will occur through confession. On the other hand, in Spinoza, leading to self-affirmation of pleasure increases with the deepening recognition of the particular things, that it is inherent in God. Although both end of the spectrum is looks at first glance, is to elucidate the structure and the conditions under which positivity holds together. It is suggested from this that, in Positive philosophy , establishing the viewpoint meta integrated approach Positivity a counter seemingly "strength in weakness" in the PTG and the manner in various of positive emotions in positive psychology it is possible that.
著者
後藤 学
出版者
相模女子大学
雑誌
相模女子大学紀要. A, 人文系 (ISSN:18835341)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.76, pp.23-33, 2012

The purpose of this research was to examine whether it is effective to use the digital contents which can be confirmed while a child operates the contents and a numerical change is looked at about acquisition of a triangular height concept. Five of eight children were able to understand height again and handwriting was able to express from the posttest to the figure. Therefore, the dinamic digital contents that operate geogebra and draw a triangle are effective for the child who forgets, although the knowledge about triangular height was mastered or being mastered confirming again and understanding. However, three children were not able to draw an exact figure by a posttest. This result has confirmed suggestion of the previous researches that it is difficult for a child to understand the definition "height is distance, when a figure is inserted by parallel lines". It can be inferred that the factor with a difficult understanding that there are four steps illustrating triangular height.