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研究生:吳填
研究生(外文):WU TIAN
論文名稱:分享與認可中的存在感——自閉症大學生校園生活中經驗的友誼與社會工作
論文名稱(外文):Sense of Existence in Sharing and Recognition——lived Experiences of Friendship among College Students on the Autism Spectrum and Social Work
指導教授:王篤強王篤強引用關係
指導教授(外文):WANG, DUU-CHIANG
口試委員:陳琇惠呂朝賢許素彬王敏行
口試委員(外文):CHEN, HSIU-HUILEU, CHAO-HSIENHSU,SU-PINWANG,MING-HUNG
口試日期:2021-06-07
學位類別:博士
校院名稱:東海大學
系所名稱:社會工作學系
學門:社會服務學門
學類:社會工作學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2021
畢業學年度:109
語文別:中文
論文頁數:239
中文關鍵詞:自閉症大學生友誼生活經驗社會工作
外文關鍵詞:college students with ASDfriendshiplife experiencesocial work
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目 錄
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究動機與現實背景 2
一、是群體還是現象:模糊的自閉症群像 2
二、是大學生還是自閉症患者:界限嚴格的門檻 4
三、是研究對象還是故事主角:最初與最終 7
第二節 研究目的與研究問題 10
一、尋找意義本質:研究目的 10
二、詮釋中的互構:研究問題 12
第三節 研究意義 14
一、繪製幸福校園地圖:實務面的意義 14
二、傾聽靜默中的聲音:理論面的意義 15
第二章 文獻檢討 18
第一節 自閉症大學生的相關研究 19
一、文獻回顧與分析方法 20
二、研究主題的分類 22
三、研究設計的分類 27
四、相關研究總覽 31
第二節 生態系統論與生活經驗研究 35
一、生態系統論作為理論之傘 35
二、生活經驗研究中的校園世界 39
三、社會工作對自閉症者生活經驗研究的回應 42
第三節 他者與關係:自閉症的友誼輪廓 44
一、友誼的概述與總覽 45
二、自閉症群體的友誼研究 50
三、其他相關的友誼研究 53
四、總結:整合的架構 56
第三章 研究方法 59
第一節 研究取向 60
一、底色——現象學作為哲學取向 60
二、線條——解釋性現象學作為研究框架 61
三、造型——解釋性現象學分析作為研究路徑 63
第二節 研究參與者 66
一、研究場域 66
二、主要參與者 68
三、其他參與者 70
第三節 資料收集與分析 73
一、資料收集 74
二、資料分析 79
第四節 研究倫理議題 84
一、傾聽和放大參與者的聲音 84
二、資料收集階段的充分尊重 84
三、研究的品質 85
第四章 研究發現 86
第一節 共生於「理想大家庭」——翔宇的嚮往 87
一、基本輪廓 87
二、主題分析 93
三、總結 111
第二節 共在於冷與熱之間——致遠的堅持 118
一、基本輪廓 118
二、主題分析 123
三、總結 138
第三節 繪製友誼的策略圖像 143
一、回到研究問題 143
二、主題歸納分析 144
三、友誼策略模式 148
第五章 討論與反思 156
第一節 討論 157
一、回顧與對話 157
二、友誼策略的初步生態解釋 159
三、友誼策略的進一步解釋 164
四、友誼策略解釋架構之補充 168
第二節 意涵 171
一、從「片利」到「互利」的光譜 171
二、從「共在」到「共生」的光譜 172
三、光譜中的最適生態位置 173
第三節 反思 176
一、研究方法的反思 176
二、研究者角色的反思 179
三、未來的研究方向 181
參考文獻 184
附錄 198
附錄一 主題分析表 198
附錄二 倫理審核通過證明書 199
附錄三 訪談提綱 201
附錄四 參與者同意書 204
附錄五 招募文宣 208
附錄六 融合教育1號文 209
附錄七 田野筆記節選 213
附錄八 翔宇的世界 217
附錄九 致遠的世界 220


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