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2018 | 39 | 4 | 129-143
Article title

The Retreatism Process of Hikikomori People on the Example of 24 Japanese Hikikomori Clients

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PL
Proces wycofania Hikikomorich na przykładzie 24 japońskich Hikikomorich
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EN
In this publication I present a fragment of the results of my doctoral thesis, in which assuming in the sociological perspective that I am dealing with an example or a form of one of five types of adaptation to the situation of anomie named by the American sociologist Robert K. Merton: “retreatism’’, on the example of 24 Japanese Hikikomori clients, described a problem being at the center of my scientific interests - the Shakaiteki Hikikomori (Eng. Social Withdrawal) in Japan (i.a. the profile of Hikikomori person, the retreatism process of Hikikomori people, the socio-cultural factors favoring the retreatism option in the form of Hikikomori etc.) More specifically, in this publication I present the retreatism process of Hikikomori people.
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Publikacja niniejsza prezentuje fragment wyników badań mojej rozprawy doktorskiej, na łamach której to przyjąwszy w perspektywie socjologicznej, że mam do czynienia z przykładem czy formą jednego z pięciu typów adaptacji do sytuacji anomii, nazwanym przez socjologa amerykańskiego Roberta K. Mertona: ,,wycofaniem’’, na przykładzie 24 Hikikomorich japońskich, opisałam problem będący w centrum moich zainteresowań naukowych - Shakaiteki Hikikomori (ang. Social Withdrawal) w Japonii (i.a. profil Hikikomoriego, proces wycofania Hikikomorich, czynniki społeczno-kulturowe sprzyjające wyborowi formy wycofania, jaką jest Hikikomori etc.) A dokładniej, publikacja niniejsza prezentuje proces wycofania Hikikomorich.
Year
Volume
39
Issue
4
Pages
129-143
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Dates
printed
2018-12-31
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Wydział Nauk Historycznych i Pedagogicznych, Instytut Pedagogiki (mgr) oraz Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Wydział Nauk Społecznych, Instytut Socjologii (dr), kalita.karolina@wp.pl
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