ケアの社会学
Sociology of Care

ケアの社会学
Sociology of Care
ケアは介護、育児、介助等をふくむ広義の概念であり、自立できない個人を援助する行為をさす。だが、これまでケアは長い間、家族という私的領域のなかで見 えない労働とされてきた。少子高齢化のもとケアが焦点化するなかで、ケアは労働か、どんな労働か、だれが担うのか、それはなぜか、ケアを受ける側の権利と は何か等の今日的な門題を検討する。介護保険と支援費制度にも言及する。 "Care" is a broad concept that includes nursing care, child care, and assistance, and it refers to activities to assist individuals who cannot be self-reliant. However, for many years, care has been considered unseen labor within the private confines of families. As Japan's population ages and fewer babies are born, care is becoming a focus of attention. With this view in mind, such pressing, present-day questions discussed in the course will include: Is care labor? What sort of labor is care? Who is to undertake care, and why? What are the rights of the people being cared for? The Long-term Care Insurance System and the Assistance Benefit System will also be discussed.
#1
イントロダクション/ケアとは何か?/ケアの倫理? 上野 千鶴子
Introduction / What is "care"? / Ethics of care? Chizuko Ueno
#2
ケアワークとは何か?/ケアの問題化 上野 千鶴子
What is care work? / Care becoming problematic Chizuko Ueno
#3
家族介護とは何か/近代家族とケアの私事化 上野 千鶴子
What is nursing care by families? / Modern day families and personalization of care Chizuko Ueno
#4
ケアの社会化と福祉国家・社会 上野 千鶴子
Socialization of care and the welfare state or society Chizuko Ueno
#5
「べてる」に学ぶ/当事者研究のススメ 上野 千鶴子
Learning from "Beteru." / Recommendiation to study the parties involved Chizuko Ueno
#6
比較福祉レジーム論のジェンダー批判 上野 千鶴子
The question of Gender ciriticism of comparative welfare regime discussion Chizuko Ueno
#7
介護保険と地域福祉/官民共の協働 上野 千鶴子
Long-term Care Insurance and community welfare / Cooperative efforts by public, private and common sectors Chizuko Ueno
#8
ケアワーカーとは誰か? 上野 千鶴子
Who are the care workers? Chizuko Ueno
#9
ケアする側の論理/ケアされる側の論理 上野 千鶴子
Rationale of those who provide care / Rationale of those who receive care Chizuko Ueno
#10
当事者主権 上野 千鶴子
Self Governance Chizuko Ueno
#11
介護保険の見直し 上野 千鶴子
Reviewing Long-term Care Insurance Chizuko Ueno
#12
ケアの未来/脱家族化/老幼障の一元化 上野 千鶴子
Future of care / De-familiarization / Unification of the care of the elderly, children, and the handicapped Chizuko Ueno