Journal Article 意思決定支援における常識的知識とオーサーシップ
Common-sense knowledge and authorship within supported decision making

海老田, 大五朗  ,  Ebita, Daigoro

11 ( 1 )  , pp.1 - 12 , 2018-03 , 新潟青陵学会
This study discusses supported decision making in support centers for persons with disabilities and divides it into narrow and broad meanings. An analysis of the narrow meanings considers common-sense knowledge that enables supported decision making. An analysis of the broad meanings considers authorship in decision making. The data that are analyzed are from cases in which supported decision making was a problem that was reported by staff working at a facility that supported people intellectuallydisabled. The data are categorized for a logico-grammatical analysis, which is a method used in ethnomethodology, and the findings obtained from the analysis are discussed. In regards to narrow meanings of supported decision making, common-sense knowledge is suggested as the knowledge that there is a possibility one may make the decision making of an intellectually disabled person less visible. Inregards to broad meanings of supported decision making, if it is not necessary to restrict decision-making authorship to a single person, the authors indicate that mainly clients and supporting persons make decisions.

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