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    Title: 從混沌到開悟:一位腦傷者的敘說認同歷程
    Other Titles: From Chaos to Enlightenment: Exploring the Narrative Identification of a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor
    Authors: 林耀盛;吳蕙君
    Lin, Yaw-Sheng
    Contributors: 心理系
    Keywords: 創傷性腦部創傷;認同歷程;現象學心理學
    Traumatic brain injury;Identification;Phenomenology psychology
    Date: 2015-04
    Issue Date: 2016-01-14 11:16:17 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 背景與目的:本文透過個案研究,探討腦傷事件所涉及的認同歷程,及其與生命經驗的交織關係。方法:以一位東部因車禍導致腦傷的女性個案J(簡稱J)的訪談文本為主,共訪談三次,每次訪談時間為一小時到30分鐘。資料蒐集後,以現象心理學分析資料。結果:J的腦傷過程經驗與自我認同關係,可發現兩個層次。一、認同置身結構歷程:從「混沌者」到「開悟者」的經驗現象。二、腦與心的連結:身體島嶼重建與修補術作為意向弧的開展。結論:本研究跳脫「健全麻煩」的概念,腦傷者最終認同的意涵,仍透過緊密關係的連結與實踐,達成認同狀態的轉變。
    Background and objectives: Through a case study, we explored the identification processes of a participant involved in brain injury events, and their interwoven relationships and life experiences. Methods: One female participant with brain injury due to accident in Eastern Taiwan called J was interviewed three times, and each interview time was last for 30 minutes to one hour. Qualitative research which is grounded in phenomenological psychology was adopted to analyze data. Results: J’s brain injury experience and identity transformation can be found at two levels. First, the situated structures of identification from "chaos" to the "enlightenment" experience. Second, body islands reconstruction to link the brain and the mind through intentional arc. Conclusion: This study challenged "ability trouble" concept that brain injured people eventually accepted meaning, through close relationship with others to reach identity formation.
    Relation: 身心障礙研究, 13(2), 70-85
    Data Type: article
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