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  • Analyzing the spread of rule-breaking behavior, focusing on talking in class, based on decision matrices in a critical mass model with local interaction

    Deguchi Takuhiko

    … These findings imply that models taking the limits of perception into account could be useful for describing real micro-macro relationships.</p> …



  • False enforcement as an impression management strategy: its social function in the process of pluralistic ignorance  [in Japanese]

    Miyajima Takeru , Yamaguchi Hiroyuki

    <p>集団や社会において,集団成員の多くが受け入れていない不支持規範が維持・再生産される心理的メカニズムとして,多元的無知のプロセスによるはたらきが示唆されている。その集団内過程において,偽りの実効化は不支持規範の安定的再生産へと導く社会的機能を有することが示唆されている。しかしながら,偽りの実効化を引き起こす心理的メカニズムは明らかにされていない。本研究では,日本における男性の育児休 …



  • Introducing Gaming and Simulation to University Class

    Kikkawa Toshiko

    … <p>This paper describes a case study in which gaming and simulation were introduced to a Japanese university social psychology class. … First, course design based on the "learning cycle" developed by Kolb (1984) and, more specifically, the "macro-cycle of a game session" developed by Klabbers (2006) are discussed. …



  • Two types of reputation leading to normative behavior: The effect of reputation depending on residential mobility and individuals' ability to build relationships  [in Japanese]

    Iwatani Shuma , Muramoto Yukiko

    … We hypothesized that in societies with high levels of residential mobility, only those who need to build and are capable of building new relationships would follow social norms, when they think it will help to earn a positive reputation from others. … We hypothesized that in societies with low levels of residential mobility, people would overestimate the possibility of acquiring negative reputations when they deviate from social norms, and they would therefore follow the norms to avoid ending up with negative reputations. …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 33(1), 16-25, 2017


  • Effects of reputation estimation on normative behaviors: Focusing on perceived relational mobility  [in Japanese]

    Iwatani Shuma , Muramoto Yukiko , Kasahara Iori

    … <p>This study investigated how social norms are maintained in societies with different degrees of relational mobility. … We hypothesized that (1) in high relational mobility societies, where they need to present their attractiveness to be chosen as a relational partner, people would follow social norms when they thought it would earn them a positive reputation from others; …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 32(2), 104-114, 2016


  • Antecedent conditions and consequences of pluralistic ignorance: An experimental investigation of individual cognition and behavior  [in Japanese]

    Iwatani Shuma , Muramoto Yukiko

    The present study aimed to examine the antecedent conditions of pluralistic ignorance and its consequences, especially on individuals' micro processes. Japanese college students participated in a labo …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 31(2), 101-111, 2015


  • A Consideration of the Mechanism of Social Change : Focusing on the Inelasticity of Social Consciousness  [in Japanese]

    OKUBO Motomasa

    … The purpose of this paper is to improve the existing social change theory and make it possible to describe the actual state of fluctuation phenomena. … In order to achieve this aim, an attempt has been made to clarify the mechanism which lowers the occurrence probability of social changes by using the anomie theory and social psychology. …

    Studies 61(2), 133-144, 2014-12

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    ZIMMERMANN Julia , NEYER Franz J.

    … Personality psychology and socioecological research are kindred spirits in their investigation of person-environment transactions at different levels of analysis. … In the present article, we provide an overview of empirical findings that substantiate the links between personality variation and (social) environment structures at both macro and individual levels of analysis. …

    PSYCHOLOGIA 57(2), 115-132, 2014


  • J.M. Keynes, F.H. Knight and their Contemporaries : Thinking of the Unthinkable  [in Japanese]

    酒井 泰弘

    … While these men are somewhat differentin personality and research field, there is onething in common: They are all deep thinkersof unthinkable phenomena such as bubbles,chance, chaos, complexity, crisis, earthquakes,hazards, and sufferings.In the light of the history of economicthought, we understand that some economistsmay be micro-oriented or macro-orientedwhereas others may be concerned with certaintyor uncertainty. …

    彦根論叢 (400), 82-105, 2014


  • Survey of Studies in Hindrance(Resistance) to Organizational Change : Focus on its Factor, Mechanism, Elimination (the second half)  [in Japanese]

    松田 陽一

    … And so, we suevey previous studies from viewpoint of ①macro organizational theory's arguments(Ma. … O), ③social psychology theory's arguments(S. …

    岡山大学経済学会雑誌 44(4), 197-216, 2013-02

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  • The idea of approach to studies in pro-environmental behavior toward problem resolving in the field  [in Japanese]

    Ohnuma Susumu

    はじめに,環境配慮行動研究の思潮について簡単に整理し,態度研究の流れと社会的ジレンマ研究の流れの2つに言及した。次に,環境配慮行動モデルの研究について,頻出する構成概念を簡単に整理し,代表的な環境配慮行動モデルを紹介した。その中で,従来のモデルは行動意図を前提としていることの問題点を指摘し,行動意図によらない行動を説明する新たなモデル研究の展開にも触れた。これらをふまえて,具体的にどのような実践研 …

    Japanese Journal of Environmental Psychology 1(1), 19-26, 2013

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  • Survey of Studies in Hindrance (Resistance) to Organizational Change : Focus on its Factor, Mechanism, Elimination (the first half)  [in Japanese]

    松田 陽一

    … And so, suevey previous studies from viewpoint of ①macro organizational theory's arguments, ②micro organizational theory's arguments, ③social psychology theory's arguments, ④consultan's suggestion.To be continned sequel. …

    岡山大学経済学会雑誌 44(3), 99-123, 2012-12

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  • Organization-Based Self-Esteem and Employee Well-Being  [in Japanese]

    Matsuda Yoriko , Ishikawa Rie

    … This study aimed to investigate the influence of organization-based self-esteem (OBSE) on employee well-being in the macro context of the social exchange relationship between employee and organization. … This study constitutes preliminary work demonstrating a positive effect of OBSE on employee well-being in the context of social exchange in the employee-organization relationship. …

    Stress Science Research 27(0), 40-48, 2012

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  • Multiple levels of perceived fairness and social protests : Effects of the immutability belief, social efficacy, and estimated costs  [in Japanese]

    KAWASHIMA Nobuyoshi , OHBUCHI Ken-ichi , KUMAGAI Tomohiro , ASAI Nobuko

    … Although public concern about social inequality has increased, Japanese people generally do not appear to be actively engaged in activities for social reform. … We hypothesized multiple levels in the perception of unfairness-micro-unfairness based on personal experiences and macro-unfairness based on evaluation toward the whole of society-and predicted that micro-unfairness would lead to more protests compared to macrounfairness (H1). …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 27(2), 63-74, 2012


  • Social System as Reality <i>sui generis</i>:Toward the Turn from Thing to Subject  [in Japanese]

    TADA Mitsuhiro

    社会を「一種独特の実在」とするエミール・デュルケムは、通常、創発主義的なマクロ社会学理論の代表的な人物と考えられている。だが彼の社会実在論的な主張の手がかりとなったのは、じつは個人心理学であった。彼は、意識の特性が脳生理学には還元できないこととの類比で、社会は個人には還元できないと考えたのだった。ただ彼の場合、類比以上の適切な裏付けは欠けていた。ニクラス・ルーマンによって展開された自己準拠的な社会 …

    The Journal of Studies in Contemporary Sociological Theory 5(0), 89-100, 2011


  • Implementation and Evaluation of The Toyama Environmental Literacy Education Model  [in Japanese]

    KUNORI Noriyasu , ONISHI Kanako , WATANABE Koichi , HAYASHI Setsuo , KUSUI Takashi

    富山型環境リテラシー教育モデルは,富山県立大学短期大学部,工学部において2006年度から試行の後,文部科学省に選定され4年間実施され,現在も継続して教育が行われている。本論文の目的は2つある。①単科の工科系大学において行われた全学環境教育の実践と実施された環境教育の社会心理学,環境教育学による評価を行うこと。②本教育モデルをさらに発展させ,持続可能な社会を構築するための教育,ESD(Educati …

    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 24(6), 531-539, 2011


  • Establishing a New Academic Field from the Viewpoint of Clinical Psychological Practices with Violent Offenders(<The Special Report>The Possibilities for "Forensic Clinical Psychology": On the Collaboration of Law and Psychology)  [in Japanese]

    NAKAMURA Tadashi

    筆者は、ドメスティック・バイオレンス(DV)、虐待、性犯罪の男性加害者を対象にした脱暴力へのリハビリテーション(更生)にかかわっている。広い意味での治療的司法の一環として位置づけている実践である。暴力や虐待をとおして満たされている欲求があり、それが習慣化し、長期間、反復されているので、行動的心理的な変容を促すことを主眼にした加害者臨床が必須となる。とくに、対人暴力を伴うので、規範と動機の形成が重要 …

    Japanese Journal of Law and Psychology 11(1), 14-20, 2011


  • The Process of the Construction of Academic Harassment:A Case Study of a Female Graduate Student in Health Sciences  [in Japanese]

    YUKAWA Yayoi

    本研究は,高等教育・研究者養成における教員─学生関係の社会学研究として,アカデミック・ハラスメントの形成過程を明らかにする。そのため,医療系の女性大学院生を事例に,学生が「被害」を認識する契機となるエピソードに着目し,被害の背景にある教員─学生間の信頼関係の変遷を,対話的構築主義アプローチを用いたライフストーリーとして再構成する事例研究を行う。<BR> 考察の結果,学生が「被害」と認識 …

    The Journal of Educational Sociology 88(0), 163-184, 2011

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  • Advertising as a social innovation: an analysis of specific cases in American advertising history thirty(30) cases  [in Japanese]

    水野 由多加

    … This article researches advertising by studying specific cases in American advertising history from the 20th century from the viewpoint macro socio-psychology. … The author tries to show that successful advertising relies on a combination the product and its social value rather than effective advertising appeal itself,and can be called an institutional (social)innovation. …

    Bulletin of the Faculty of Sociology,Kansai University. 42(1), 93-128, 2010-11


  • Crime control by local communities : Focusing on social capital and cooperative behaviors in neighborhoods  [in Japanese]

    TAKAGI Daisuke , TSUJI Ryuhei , IKEDA Ken'ichi

    … In this study, we examined crime control in local communities through interpretations mainly from social capital. … Using data obtained from a mail survey in an urban area, we investigated the effects of cooperative behaviors promoted by individual-level or macro-level social capital in neighborhoods on the number of respondents' …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 26(1), 36-45, 2010

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