モーニングワークにおける宗教の役割に関する文献研究

広島大学心理学研究 Issue 23 Page 65-85 published_at 2024-03-31
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Title ( jpn )
モーニングワークにおける宗教の役割に関する文献研究
Title ( eng )
Literature Review on the Role of Religion in Mourning Work
Creator
Takahashi Kazuma
Source Title
広島大学心理学研究
Hiroshima Psychological Research
Issue 23
Start Page 65
End Page 85
Number of Pages 21
Journal Identifire
[PISSN] 1347-1619
[EISSN] 2759-0968
[NCID] AA11616129
Abstract
After the bereavement of a loved one, religious beliefs have been suggested to provide mental support for the bereaved when attempting to find new hope for their lives through mourning work. However, limited research has been conducted in this field in Japan. Thus, this study reviews the existing literature on mourning work and religion and examines the usefulness and role of religion in mourning work. Furthermore, the study examined religion’s role in mourning work, which is common to previous studies, from three perspectives, namely, provider, mediator and supporter roles. As people engage in mourning work, although its aspects differ across generations and cultures, served as a place wherein they could express grief and provided cues for making meaning in bereavement (provider); and created bonds between the deceased and the bereaved, God and people, and people (mediator); religion clearly offered mental stability to the bereaved (supporter). While examining the similarities and differences in the role of religion across various generations and cultures was an achievement, further empirical research is also required.
Keywords
mourning work
religion
spirituality
bereavement
literature review
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院人間社会科学研究科心理学講座
Department of Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hiroshima University
Date of Issued 2024-03-31
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access