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Collected Papers on Trajectory Equifinality Approach Tatsuya Sato(著) - ちとせプレス
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Collected Papers on Trajectory Equifinality Approach

A5判
縦216mm 横156mm 厚さ22mm
重さ 460g
256ページ
上製
価格 8,000円+税
ISBN
978-4-908736-03-2
Cコード
C3011
専門 単行本 心理(学)
出版社在庫情報
在庫あり
初版年月日
2017年3月
書店発売日
登録日
2017年2月24日
最終更新日
2018年2月26日
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紹介

時間とプロセスを扱う新しい研究アプローチ、TEA(複線径路等至性アプローチ)。その創始者が、問題意識や理論的背景を体系的に解説し、不妊治療や養子縁組、中絶経験、高等教育への進学など、TEAを用いた研究の具体例を紹介。巻末付録では、TEAを構成する新しいサンプリングの考え方と、モデル化の具体的な方法を掲載。人の発達や文化に関心のある人が、大きな指針を得られる一冊。心理学の新機軸を切り拓く、珠玉の英語論文集!

目次

Part 1 Chronogenesis: Introduction to TEM
Chapter 1 Time in Life and Life in Time: Between Experiencing and Accounting
Part 2 Emergence of TEM
Chapter 2 Minding Money: How Understanding of Value is Culturally Promoted
Chapter 3 Development, Change or Transformation: How can Psychology Conceive and Depict Professional Identify Construction?
Chapter 4 Beyond Dichotomy: Towards Creative Synthesis
Part 3 Development of TEM
Chapter 5 Sampling Reconsidered: Idiographic Science and the Analyses of Personal Life Trajectories
Chapter 6 Depicting the Dynamics of Living the Life: The Trajectory Equifinality Model
Chapter 7 The Authentic Culture of Living Well: Pathways to Psychological Well-Being
Appendix
Appendix 1 Historically Structured Sampling (HSS): How can Psychology's Methodology Become Tuned in to the Reality of the Historical Nature of Cultural Psychology?
Appendix 2 Brief Practice for Using Trajectory Equifinality Model (TEM): As a General Tool for Understanding the Human Life Course within Irreversible Time

前書きなど

This booklet consists of some papers on the Trajectory Equifinality Approach (TEA). These papers have appeared in journals and book chapters for more than the past decade. From them, readers can understand how TEA itself has transformed over the years. Although readers might get confused, this transformation indicates further transformation may occur in the future, and I sincerely hope that new readers promote such a future-oriented transformation of TEA. TEA is a kind of frame-game, like Linux. Therefore, you can use it with no permission with reference and create new ideas on TEA.
The Trajectory Equifinality Approach (TEA) has a definite birthday: January 25, 2004. About a decade ago, I welcomed Jaan Valsiner of Clark University, USA (now of Aalborg University in Denmark) as an invited professor of Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, where we held a symposium on cultural psychology. I presented my research on pocket money using a basic idea of equifinality in developmental phenomena, after Valsiner (2001b, 2003a). Immediately following this symposium, Professor Valsiner proposed that I write a chapter on TEM. He then decided to transform the symposium on cultural psychology at Beijing, and a presentation concerning TEM was given on the psychology stage on August 12, 2004 (Sato, Yasuda et al., 2004).
Ten years after the first chapter on TEA was written (Valsiner & Sato, 2006), the first English language book on TEA, Making the future (Sato et al., 2016), appeared. Colleagues from different countries (i.e., Colombia, Estonia, Denmark, and Switzerland) contributed to the book. I am thrilled that TEA has become a common “methodology” used worldwide in cultural psychology. I am also glad this booklet (of collected papers) will help researchers who have an interest in describing the process of human life course.
Papers collected within this booklet have their own history. Many people have made direct and indirect contributions to the papers collected herein. I am deeply grateful to all my coauthors. Without their ideas, inspiration, and support, this booklet may have never appeared.
This publication was supported by Ritsumeikan University Program for Promotion of Academic Publication.

January 1, 2017
Tatsuya Sato, Ph.D.

版元から一言

心理学の新潮流TEA(複線径路等至性アプローチ)。これまで論文等でしか手に入らなかった重要英語論文がこの一冊で。時間とプロセスをどのように研究すればよいのか。人の発達や文化に関心を寄せる人にとって、示唆に富む読書体験となるはずです。

著者プロフィール

Tatsuya Sato  (サトウ タツヤ)  (

Professor, College of Comprehensive Psychology Ritsumeikan University. Executive Director, Division of General Planning and Development The Ritsumeikan Trust. Ph.D. (Tohoku University, 2002).
立命館大学総合心理学部教授。学校法人立命館・総合企画室長/学園広報室長。Ph.D.(東北大学、2002年)。

上記内容は本書刊行時のものです。