KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期]


  • Paperback
  • 192
  • 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期
  • Tamaki Saitō
  • English
  • 11 June 2018
  • 9780816654598

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Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 Free download Ì 100 Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Ch needed attention to the issue in the English speaking world According to the New York Times “As a hikikomori ages the odds that he’ll re enter the world decline Indeed some experts predict that most hikikomori who are withdrawn for a year or may never fully recover That means that even if they emerge from their rooms they either won’t get a full time job or won’t be involved in a long term relationship And some will never leave home In many cases their parents are now approaching retirement and once they die the fate of the shut ins whose social and work skills if they ever existed will have atrophied is an open uestion”Drawing on his own clinical experience with hikikomo. This is a great introductory read to hikikomori It s written in a way everyone can understand and follow the reasoning there s not too many technical terms or concepts anyone who s not a psychiatrist wouldn t understand Definitely recommend this if you re interested in the conditionHowever it s also not uite unbiased the nihonbunkaron aspect is uite clear referring often indirectly to Japan s presumed uniueness and special snowflake ness He also never really touches on the subject of the role that Japanese society plays in the problem which is another sore spot Regardless one of the most accessible and interesting monographs I ve ever read

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社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期

Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 Free download Ì 100 Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Ri patients Saitō creates a working definition of social withdrawal and explains its development He argues that hikikomori sufferers manifest a specific interconnected series of symptoms that do not fit neatly with any single easily identifiable mental condition such as depressionRejecting the tendency to moralize or pathologize Saitō sensitively describes how families and caregivers can support individuals in withdrawal and help them take steps toward recovery At the same time his perspective sparked contention over the contributions of cultural characteristics including family structure the education system and gender relations to the problem of social withdrawal in Japan and abro. Hikikomori Adolescence without end 1998 2013 translation by Tamaki Sait is a fascinating book about the Japanese phenomenon of the hikikomori young people withdraw into their parents house in adolescence or early adulthood and stay there for years often not talking to anyone or just their family Some have been doing this for a decade or The Japanese government estimates there are at least 700 000 Hikikomori in JapanSait is a psychiatrist who wrote this book after treating a number of Hikikomori and talking to fellow physicians and seeing the numbers increase When it was published it caused a stir in Japan It s not a uniuely Japanese problem Korea has something similar but with of their Hikikomori playing games and being online There are young recluses in the West but with weaker family bonds people who do this sort of thing leave or are forced out of home The Not in Education Employment or Training or NEETs that the Blair government referred are similar Also in the US the recent decline in the male participation rate looks similar So world wide there are adolescents and young adults dropping out in culturally specific waysHikikomori are predominantly male beyond 45 and stay at home Some only communicate with their parents via written notes Some are so extreme as to not leave their room to defecate or urinate It s pretty amazing Some are also violent toward their family particularly mothers suffering from them

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Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 Free download Ì 100 Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō This is the first English translation of a controversial Japanese best seller that made the public aware of the social problem of hikikomori or “withdrawal” a phenomenon estimated by the author to involve as many as one million Japanese adolescents and young adults who have withdrawn from society retreating to their rooms for months or years and severing almost all ties to the outside world Saitō Tamaki’s work of popular psychology provoked a national debate about the causes and extent of the conditionSince Hikikomori was published in Japan in 1998 the problem of social withdrawal has increasingly been recognized as an international one and this translation promises to bring mu. Really fascinating From reading this I ve come away with a much better less sensationalized view of what Hikikomoris are I can see some approximants or resemblances of it in American society as well Though the author is writing in a very Japan specific context and most of the salient differences between it and its American manifestations seem to stem from the cultural differences re individualism and family norms Really it is a basket of mental disorders with some shared themes but which are probably not all present in all cases but which pretty much all share some sort of shut in behaviour Interestingly this book was written in 1998 before the internet was really as huge as it is now It seems like life for Hikikimori now is actually a bit better than it was due to the internet They can lessen the severity of the withdrawal by using electronic communicationShe also notes a number of interesting commonalities amongst Hikikomoris Namely that they tend to come from well educated middleupper middle class families They should be doing well by all accounts but arent So in addition to Japanese society there is probably a class component to the phenomenon as well Also a gender component its mostly male And also a progressivism component as in the final chapter she discusses how certain recent and contemporary everyone can achieve infinite possibilities educational ideology plays into thisidk how it is to be resolved though She adivses certain steps for treatment but they seem very difficult to implement I imagine trying to help a Hikikomori is very difficult in practice


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    Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] I really don't know how I'll feel about this book in a while or if similar scholarship exists in the west I don't know how many people like m

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    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 Really fascinating From reading this I've come away with a much better less sensationalized view of what Hikikomoris are I can see some approximants or resemblances of it in American society as well Though the author is w

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    Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Not only do we manage to learn nothing about the Hikikomori but we are also treated to some of the most boring vague noncommital and trite ruminations on psychology on an entirely new and contemporary subject I can seriously uote whole pages o

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    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Unlike some of the sensational stories in Western media this is a compassionate review of hikikomori or social withdrawal The term has become a concrete noun as well so that someone – usually an adolescent or young adult – can be a hikikomori The author cites a 2010 study estimating their number in Japan at about 700000 The book was wr

  5. says: Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read

    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] This is a great introductory read to hikikomori It's written in a way everyone can understand and follow the reasoning; there's not too many technical terms or concepts anyone who's not a psychiatrist wouldn't understand Definitely recommend this if you're interested in the conditionHowever it's also not uite unbiased the nihonbunkaron aspect is uite clear referring often indirectly to Japan's presumed uniueness and special snowfl

  6. says: KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期

    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Have heard a lot about hikikomori people in Japan and this book since translated from Japanese looks to help me figure out what is it all about

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    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Tamaki Saito's Hikikomori takes a really interesting uniue approach to analyze social withdrawal hikikomori in Japan I was

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    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 Hikikomori Adolescence without end 1998 2013 translation by Tamaki Saitō is a fascinating book about the Japanese phenomenon of the hikikomori young people withdraw into their parents house in adolescence or early adulthood and stay there for years often not talking to anyone or just their family Some have been doing this for a decade or The Japanese government estimates there are at least 700 000 Hikikomori

  9. says: KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期

    Read & download 社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期 KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read Easily worth 4 stars had the author been prepared to confront the inadeuacies in the venerable Japanese education system and the social practices that contribute towards social withdrawal The approach to the problem is compartmentalized and does not contribute to the understanding of this phenomenon in the broad sense Some of the sources are dated as it can be expected from a book written in the 90s The general socio economic phenomenon t

  10. says: Tamaki Saitō ☆ 0 Read Characters à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Tamaki Saitō KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期]

    KINDLE [社会的ひきこもり―終わらない思春期] This is so scary How an 'affliction' like this can take over a person and be diagnosed It can even be part of the millenial state that we face now You have to be brave and strong to face all aspects either as a recluse or as a person who cares for one Scary

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