Departmental Bulletin Paper 火星の人類学者たちの社会的包摂について : テンプル・グランディンと生存の技法について
Identifying Social Inclusion of Anthropologists on Mars : Temple Grandin and her Arts of Existence
カセイ ノ ジンルイガクシャタチ ノ シャカイテキ ホウセツ ニ ツイテ テンプル グランディン ト セイゾン ノ ギホウ ニ ツイテ

池田, 光穂  ,  竹内, 慶至  ,  Ikeda, Mitsuho  ,  Takeuchi, Noriyuki  ,  イケダ, ミツホ  ,  タケウチ, ノリユキ

3pp.1 - 12 , 2018-03-30 , 大阪大学COデザインセンター
The authors discuss the life course of Dr. Temple Grandin (b. 1947) and her arts of existence that can tell us the story of her adaptive process and self-empowerment with non-autistic society. After briefing short story from emergence of concept of diagnosis of Autism to founding of Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD), we narrate that a physician and author, Dr. Oliver Sacks (1933-2015) had visited to her university office and curious encounter story among them. “An Anthropologist on Mars” is the same title of Sacks’ one of best-selling books, also suggests that she called herself. To becoming anthropologist from Mars on Earth signifies her adaptive communicative strategy with non-autistic person and self-realization for coping with modern context of social inclusion. Her arts of existence represent and share with the competence of the ability of imagining the other across our society.

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