著者
Satoshi Otaya
出版者
The Kantoh Sociological Society
雑誌
The Annual Review of Sociology (ISSN:09194363)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.2012, no.25, pp.13-24, 2012-09-10 (Released:2015-06-12)
参考文献数
17

This research has the following two goals: first is to clarify how a concept of “ibasho” (a place where one feels at home) that has been used for educational policies and the study of youth is used in society at large; second is to clarify how “a lack of ibasho”(having no place to stay) has become a social problem. The conclusions of this study are: the “ibasho” discourse can be divided into three periods; the three periods: after the late 1990's, “ibasho” discourse was connected with the discourse on juvenile delinquency; since the 2000s, “ibasho” became synonymous with support for children and youth and the provision of free spaces. Changes in the concept of “ibasho” gave young people a safety net or words that could be used to explain their difficulties. At the same time it became a cultural goal for young people.

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