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Title: 少子化時代の保育者養成と生命尊重教育の必要性 ─ 人間学としての保育学確立に向けて ─
Other Titles: The Need for Training Childcare Workers and Pro-life Education in a Low Birthrate Era: Towards Establishing Childcare Studies as Human Studies
Authors: 佐藤, 達全
Sato, Tatsuzen
Keywords: 少子化
low birth rate
qualifications of childcare workers
human studies (human lifestyles)
essence of childcare, pro-life education
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2018
Publisher: 育英短期大学
Citation: 育英短期大学研究紀要 35, 1-11, 2018
Abstract: In urban areas, the problem of children on waiting lists due to the lack of daycare centers and childcare workers is now a serious problem. This is despite the fact that the birthrate continues to be low. Of course, in the long-term interests of Japanese society, action to quickly arrest the decline in the birthrate is necessary. If this situation persists, Japan will experience the problem of a surfeit of daycare centers. However, even if Japan becomes a low birthrate society, daycare centers will not become entirely redundant. It is interesting to consider what types of daycare centers will exist in a low birthrate society. Probably “the essence of childcare” would be practiced. In other words, questions like “What is a human being?” and “How should one live this limited life?” will determine our approach to childcare. That is, pro-life childcare based on “human studies” will be the norm. These daycare centers will probably attempt to inculcate such attributes in their childcare workers. We will discuss what the essence of childcare is, and will suggest the ideal qualifications of childcare workers that will be required by these daycare centers. We hope that this study will be viewed favorably.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/11865
ISSN: 0914-3351
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