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「キレ」の素朴概念の質的分析

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概要 Using Kato (1995)'s method and framework, this study attempted qualitatively to analyze laypeople's concepts of kire (or flaring up) for the 3 purposes: (a) To describe its 5 sub-processes (as assumed... to be pre-action states, causes, condition, psychological states, and behaviors) and aspects/components of each sub-process, (b) to provide a tentative definition of kire, usable for future studies, (c) to examine how previous studies on kire can be mapped out in relation to those 5 sub-processes. 130 undergraduates were asked to describe separately for the case of adults or children “getting into kire,” in the open-ended format, what the term of kire imply to them. Main findings were as follows: (1) 26 different aspect/components of kire were identified for 5 sub-processes; (2) frequently mentioned aspects/components include the categories, such as the state of patience (pre-action state), frustration (causes), perceived discontinuity in behaviors (condition), anger-related affecits (psychological states), inability of self-regulation (psychological states), physical aggression and aggression against other persons or objects (behaviors); (3) although most of the identified aspects/components were the same for adults and children, some of those were considered characteristic of adults or children. Finally, based upon those findings, a tentative definition of kire was provided.続きを見る

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