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Title :沖縄県における入院患者の死とユタのヌジファについての研究
Title alternative :On Nujihwa of Juta and a Death of Patient in Okinawa
Authors :浜崎, 盛康
Authors alternative :Hamasaki, Moriyasu
Issue Date :Mar-2007
Abstract :平成16年度~18年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(C))研究成果報告書
研究概要 : In the Okinawan indigenous religion, such as seen in Yuta(Okinawan shaman), they say that mabui(spirit) of the dead is sometimes left in the sickroom, when people died in a hospital. Nujihwa is a rite to lead the restless spirit to the Guso(the hereafter). A Yuta I interviewed told that she conducted Nujihwa with using flat incenses and San(Japanese pampers grass), pulling the mabui of the dead from four corners, and put them on the chest of the body. And they bear it out to cremate, and finally to a grave. They conduct Nujihwa for a peace of the dead, but it also is, to the bereaved, a grief care and spiritual care, because the bereaved find solace in it. A grief care and a spiritual care are very important in hospice-palliative care. Nujihwa, therefore, should be allowed to do to those bereaved who want to do it. But it sometimes makes nuisances to other patients and the hospital, when conducted in troublesome way. It, therefore, is desirable to conduct Nujihwa so long as it does not trouble others.
Type Local :研究報告書
Publisher :浜崎盛康
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/12250
Appears in Collections:Research Report (Faculty of Law and Letters)

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16520024-2.pdfA 病院、ホスピスにおける患者の死とヌジファ7674KbAdobe PDFView/Open
16520024-3.pdfB ユタとヌジファ12764KbAdobe PDFView/Open
16520024-4.pdfC ヌジファとグリーフ・ケア, まとめ5211KbAdobe PDFView/Open