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  • The spirituality of family members of those deceased in the Great East Japan Earthquake: A text mining analysis of dream narratives in the book She came to see me in my dream

    Ito Takehiko , Uda Hitomi

    … We make it clear what kind of dream the bereaved family sees, to resume communication with the deceased. … The most frequently used words were nouns such as "togetherness", "earthquake disaster", "tsunami", "dream", and verbs such as "be", "get together", "think", "see", and "talk". … The future of the dream was clarified by frequency analysis of dependency and reputation analysis. …

    Journal of International Society of Life Information Science 37(1), 77, 2019

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  • Illustrative analytical study for atmosphere of ball sports team:  [in Japanese]

    KOIDO Masaaki , NAKAMURA Tsuyoshi , HARANAKA Midori

    … <p> This study critically analyzes the team atmosphere by carrying out a phenomenological reflection of the coach's practical wisdom on the field. … The results show that the personal (independent) feelings of the members come together in the team as one, and give rise to a collective direction that regulates the behavior of the team as a whole. …

    Japan Jounal of Sports Movement and Behaviour 31(0), 17-33, 2018

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  • An Evaluation Method for Remote Communication using Ultra and Meta-Realistic Telework Communication System  [in Japanese]

    SAKURAI Hiroyuki , SUGIMOTO Masahiko , HYUGANO Tomoko

    … This study observes telework from the perspective of area activation and business continuity planning. … When the percentage of teleworkers becomes high, a problem emerges in that it becomes difficult for workers to see shared situations. … There are also reports that a sense of togetherness in the workplace is damaged. …

    Journal of International ICT Application Research Society 2(1), 12-23, 2018

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  • The modernity of traditional tugs-of-war: <i>Inaba no shobu-tsunahiki</i> held in the Mizushiri district of Ketaka town, Tottori city  [in Japanese]

    Yamada Rie , Mori Noriaki

    …  Today, there are regional variations in the types of traditional Japanese tugs-of-war. … Clarifying the significance and issues of traditional Japanese tugs-of-war passed down from generation to generation through children who perform them is meaningful in understanding how traditional sport and game culture can contribute to regional development.<br> …

    Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences) 62(1), 83-104, 2017

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  • Consideration of Multifaceted Value of Allotment Garden  [in Japanese]

    深見 聡 , 中村 修

    … It is a place where city residents search for substantial leisure and a sense of togetherness with natural environment and can experience agricultural work easily. … The aim of this thesis is to consider how the allotment garden should be in our country from now on under the name of multifaceted value, after arranging the social background behind the birth of the allotment garden and the history up to the present days. …

    地域環境研究 : 環境教育研究マネジメントセンター年報 (8), 29-34, 2016-03-31

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  • Migration of Oirat Mongolia in the 20th century : A preliminary study on the case of "Gansun"  [in Japanese]

    チャスチャガン , Chasuchagan , チャスチャガン

    … This paper, examines the identity and consciousness of a group of people known as "Gansun." They now resid in the Hoboksair-Mongolian autonomous county of Xinjiang, China This clan had migrated to Gansu Province at the beginning of the twentieth century, but many had later returned to Hoboksair The name "Gansun" differentiates themd from the Hoboksair-Mongolian (Oirat Mongolian) group. …

    総研大文化科学研究 (12), 103-116, 2016-03

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  • The psychological distance between the nurses and patients from nurses' point of view─ Concept Analysis ─  [in Japanese]

    Nishida Mitoi

    … The purpose of this study was to clarify the characteristics ofthe concept of "the psychological distance between the nurses and patients from nurses'point of view," and to define this concept. … After identifying 34 articles, an analysis wasconducted using the Rodgers' method of concept analysis. …

    The Journal of Japan Academy of Health Sciences 19(1), 5-13, 2016

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  • SeeGroove: Supporting Groove Learning through Visualization  [in Japanese]

    HAGA Naoki , NAKAYAMA Masanori , FUJISHIRO Issei

    … "Groove" is a global feature of musical performance which generalizes surges of a sound stemming from a sense of propulsive rhythmic feel and giving rise to togetherness. … Groove is an essential element for a good performance, though it is claimed that some degree of musical expertise is needed for expression of groove at will. …

    Reports of the Technical Conference of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan 14.03(0), 96-99, 2015

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  • Let's Feel the Idea of Kyosei through Sports Activities — An Example which incorporated"Triples"in the badminton classes ─  [in Japanese]

    HAYASHI Naoki

    … This research had for its object to examine what kind of influence there was in a rally of a doubles by incorporating"the triples"in a badminton classes also whether a change also had the triples in understanding of kyosei idea in itself. …

    Journal of Kyosei Studies 6(6), 43-51, 2015

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  • <b>Developing a Community Revitalization Movement Based on Reflective Dialog Using Engaged Ethnography</b><b> </b>

    Widiyanto YB. Cahya , Sugiman Toshio

    … This study describes the process in which a certain community of farmers in Indonesia tried to overcome a crisis caused by rapid penetration of free market economy into agriculture. … In the crisis, farmers were marginalized economically and socially and their community was declined by losing togetherness and cultural traditions. …

    Journal of Group Dynamics 32(0), 104-313, 2015

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  • SeeGroove : Supporting Groove Learning through Visualization  [in Japanese]

    HAGA Naoki , NAKAYAMA Masanori , FUJISHIRO Issei

    … is a global feature of musical performance which generalizes surges of a sound stemming from a sense of propulsive rhythmic feel and giving rise to togetherness. … Groove is an essential element for a good performance, though it is claimed that some degree of musical expertise is needed for expression of groove at will. …

    ITE Technical Report 39.14(0), 99-102, 2015

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  • On human relations in "The Sea and Poison" written by Shusaku Endo, elucidated through Martin Buber's theory of relation  [in Japanese]

    久山 宗彦

    学校法人昌賢学園論集 = Bulletin of Shoken Gakuen Gunma University of Social Welfare (12), 43-51, 2013

  • Differences in the Conception and Evaluation of Natural and Green-tract Landscapes between Chinese and Japanese Students::A Research Example at Xinjiang Agricultural University (China) and Iwate University (Japan)  [in Japanese]

    Maimaiti Aihaitijiang , Hiyane Akira , Ahmet Dolkun

    … In order to consider the state of the future of urban greening in China (especially in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region), we conducted fundamental research to examine differences in the conception and evaluation of natural landscapes and green tracts of land between the students in China and Japan. … The investigation included a question paper comprising the following: 1) A drawing investigation of natural scenery. …

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society 95(6), 297-304, 2013

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  • Group psychotherapeutic programs for the junior high school student with Asperger's syndrome  [in Japanese]

    小澤 永治 , 鉄 拳 , 本吉 大介 , 遠矢 浩一 , 針塚 進

    … The purpose of this study was to report group psychotherapy programs for junior high school students with Asperger's syndrome and another developmental difficulties. … Program 2 "balloon volleyball" was aimed to improve a sense of togetherness and cohesivess in active play. … Program 4 "Let's make a big ship!" and program 5 "psychodrama" were aimed at the experience which facilitates self-expression and that of acceptance by others. …

    九州大学総合臨床心理研究 (2特別), 47-59, 2011-03-15

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  • On the Experience of Performing Together the Japanese Drum  [in Japanese]

    清源 友香奈 , Yukana KIYOMOTO , 京都文教大学大学院臨床心理学研究科 , Kyoto Bunkyo University Graduate School of Clinical Psychology

    … Drum performance is used as one of the group activities in many cases. … The purpose of this study is to consider the experience in Japanese drum performing together by using the Modified Grounded Theory Approach to analyze the interview conducted on professional drum players"KODO". …

    臨床心理学部研究報告 -(4), 43-56, 2011

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  • The Group Jump Rope Orchestra: an interactive system to present a sense of togetherness  [in Japanese]

    横窪 安奈 , 佐藤 彩夏 , 椎尾 一郎

    … As the number of participants increases, it gets more difficult to jump continuously. … When they synchronize, participants will feel a sense of togetherness, and this is one of the pleasantness of a group jump rope. …

    2010-10

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  • A Consideration for Social Effects of Just In Time System  [in Japanese]

    Kojima Mitsutoshi , Tamura Takayoshi

    … As a philosophy “which produces the necessary product in the necessary quantity at the necessary time”, especially, Just-In-Time (JIT) has had big influence on realizing high quality, low prices and quick production in the field of manufacturing. … In this research, by introducing products and services to be needed in the viewpoint of JIT, and the applicable field of JIT and its future potential are explained. …

    Journal of Japan Management Diagnosis Association 9(0), 98-102, 2010

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  • Child care support services desired by mothers anxious about child care  [in Japanese]

    阿部 範子 , Noriko Abe , 日本赤十字秋田看護大学看護学部

    … Abuse of children by parents has been reported by the media time and time again. …

    Journal of the Japanese Red Cross Akita College of Nursing and the Japanese Red Cross Junior College of Akita (14), 23-27, 2009

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  • The interaction between patient and occupational therapist during rehabilitation: the comparison between occupational therapist and occupational therapy student  [in Japanese]

    Musha Eriko , Fukuda Sachio

    … The purpose of this study was to examine the difference in interactions between occupational therapist (OTR)-patient and occupational therapy student (OTS)-patient. … OTR in charge of the patient has 2year's experience in the field of occupational therapy, and OTS was senior student of training school for occupational therapy. … The words and behavior of participants were transcribed from the pictorial records. …

    Journal of the Faculty of Education and Human Sciences Yokohama National University The Educational sciences 9, 139-153, 2007-02

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  • Construction of a Real-Time Fingering Detection System for a Clavier  [in Japanese]

    TAKEGAWA Yoshinari , TERADA Tsutomu , NISHIO Shojiro , Yoshinari Takegawa , Tsutomu Terada , Shojiro Nishio , 大阪大学大学院情報科学研究科 , 大阪大学大学院情報科学研究科 , 大阪大学大学院情報科学研究科 , Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Osaka University , Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Osaka University , Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Osaka University

    … Fingering is one of important aspects in piano performances because it affects pianists' musicality. … If audience, especially pianists, share the real-time fingering of the performer in a concert, they feel sense of togetherness and it helps them for learning professional piano performances. … In response to these requirements, the goal of our study is to construct a real-time fingering detection system for pianists. …

    Computer Software 23(4), 51-59, 2006-10-26

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