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Korean Journal of Medical History 2013;22(2): 389-420.
doi: https://doi.org/10.13081/kjmh.2013.22.389
한센인의 생애구술과 치유
Hansen's Oral Life Histories and Healing
Seong Lee Kim
The Institute of Medical Humanities, College of Medicine, Inje University, Busan, Korea. 600moon@naver.com
Received: June 30, 2013;  Accepted: July 28, 2013.  Published online: August 31, 2013.
The individual oral statement is human story based on experience. The personal experience forms unconsciousness which appears in a form of oral statement by ego that doesn't want to lose existence. Thus, the process which exposes a tormented hearts is the objectification of oneself. Through this step, oral person attains a healing. If this sort of individual oral is accrued, the undeserved personal affairs could be a history. In case of Hansen's disease patient, She could escape from negative understanding about herself and the world. Furthermore, She kept formating her values about meaningful life and future oriented value. Also, She wants to keep a record of her life. She comes to know that what she denied is actually what she should surmount over oral statement. As a result, She could attains a healing for oneself through oral statement. The oral statement made her look into she's problems. Therefore, oral statement is a self-realization. Through this, person could know what the problem is and solution. This research is about only one person, so there is need for more cases and studies. If this sort of individual oral statement is accrued, there could be a curative narration. This can suggest an curative alternative when we suffer from problem of life. The merit of this research is rendering this possibility.
Key Words: oral statement, experience, Hansen's disease, suffering of mind, problems of life, healing
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