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Title: クーゼのケアリング論に対する批判的検討 : ノディングスとの対比において
Other Titles: An examination of Kuhse’s critical theory of caring : Comparisons with Noddings’ theory
Authors: 佐藤, 聖一
阿久津, 滝子
岩﨑, 保之
Sato, Seiichi
Akutsu, Takiko
Iwasaki, Yasuyuki
Keywords: ケアリング
クーゼ
ノディングス
看護
Issue Date: 22-Feb-2021
Publisher: 京都女子大学家政学部生活福祉学科
Abstract: Caring is one of the most important concepts in nursing. However, there are also some criticisms towards caring in nursing. Thus, in this study, we examined the theory of caring in nursing proposed by Kuhse, a typical researcher who had criticisms towards caring in nursing, and compared that theory with the theory of caring proposed by Noddings. The results showed that although Kuhse’s theory admitted that caring was an important element in nursing, he pointed out the danger in forming too close of a relationship because it may lead to a decline in fairness and there may be risks of arbitration. He believed that the construction of relationships based on the “roles” of the one-performing-caring and the one-being-cared-for to be more important than constructing an ideal close relationship. Therefore, if we understand caring in nursing to be an attitude that nurses have in which they try to build a caring relationship while taking both the natural caring from Noddings’ theory and ethical caring into consideration, then it will be possible for nurses to perform caring without being subject to Kuse’s criticism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3190
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