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  • Subjective Social Status and Health : A Review from a Perspective of Status Identification Study  [in Japanese]

    神林 博史

    人間情報学研究 21, 59-82, 2016


  • Social Mobility as Determinants of Subjective Status Identification : Subjective Social Mobility Captures Two Paths  [in Japanese]

    狭間 諒多朗 , 谷岡 謙 , Hazama Ryotaro , Tanioka Ken , ハザマ リョウタロウ , タニオカ ケン

    … In this paper, we reveal subjective social mobility effects on subjective status identifi cation. … In previous studies, social mobility, which was composed of the combination of parents and children in stratifi cation, is important for the determinants of subjective status identifi cation. …

    年報人間科学 (36), 1-17, 2015-03-31

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  • The Impact of Interviewers on Subjective Status Identification::A Comparison of Face-to-Face Interviewing and Mail Survey  [in Japanese]

    KOBAYASHI Daisuke

    … In this paper, I demonstrate that the mode of data collection affects the response to questions about "subjective status identification" by comparing two surveys that were conducted in the same year, with the same questions about "subjective status identification," but with different modes of data collection. …

    Japanese Sociological Review 66(1), 19-38, 2015


  • The Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test (AUDIT) was used to study the effects of alcohol consumption on sleep problems  [in Japanese]

    Adachi Yoshiko , Ueno Kumiko , Nagamoto Hiroko , Fukamachi Naoko , Tanaka Minori , Adachi Kyo

    … They were named the "Problem Group," and the remaining 577 individuals were named the "Control Group." The two groups were compared in terms of sex, frequency and amount of alcohol consumption, drinking for sleep, sleep satisfaction, total sleep time, 7 items of sleep problems, subjective wellness (perceived health status), and 13 items of health issues. …

    Journal of the National Institute of Public Health 63(1), 39-47, 2014-02

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  • Computer Aided Diagnosis for Cerebrovascular Diseases on MR images  [in Japanese]

    UCHIYAMA Yoshikazu

    … However, accurate identification is often hindered by the difficulty in distinguishing between lacunar infarcts and enlarged Virchow‐Robin spaces. … However, the diagnosis of leukoaraiosis has generally been limited to subjective judgments by radiologists. … In this review article, we describe the current status of development of these CAD schemes and the future direction of the research. …

    Medical Imaging and Information Sciences 31(2), xxiii-xxvii, 2014

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  • Considering the Generating Mechanism of Class Identification Using Vignette Survey  [in Japanese]

    SHIOTANI Yoshiya , KANAZAWA Yusuke , HAMADA Hiroshi

    …      Japanese research on social stratification has paid much attention to class identification which is one of subjective social status. … The research field of class identification is an important frontier where theoretical study using mathematical model and empirical research using statistical analysis come across each other. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 27(2), 243-258, 2012


  • Class Awareness in Japan and the U. S.


    …      In this paper, we examine the determinants of subjective social status. … This topic used to be discussed extensively in the U.S., although few consider the present state of social status. … We feature subjective social status as the dependent variable. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 27(2), 205-224, 2012


  • Quantitative Sociological Approaches Using the Latent Class Analysis : Data Analyses of Status Inconsistency, Attitudes to social inequality, and Authoritarian-Conservatism  [in Japanese]

    藤原 翔 , 伊藤 理史 , 谷岡 謙 , Fujihara Sho , Ito Takashi , Tanioka Ken , フジハラ ショウ , イトウ タカシ , タニオカ ケン

    … Then, in order to show the usefulness of LCA in sociological research, we applied it to the study of traditional sociological topics: (1) status inconsistency and subjective status identification (2) attitudes to social inequality, and (3) change in authoritarian-conservatism over time. … LCA enabled us to extract the classes of status consistency and of status inconsistency. …

    年報人間科学 -(33), 43-68, 2012

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  • Analysis of depressive symptoms and daily living stressors among university undergraduates in the Kyushu area  [in Japanese]

    Tamae Kazuyoshi , Kinjo Shirou , Teruya Hiroyuki

    … To investigate the structure of daily living stressors and mental health status, we distributed a self-report questionnaire to a sample of 279 undergraduates of a university in the Kyushu area. … Therefore these two stressors may be suitable for identification of depressive symptoms. …

    Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences) 55(1), 203-218, 2010


  • Semantics of Status Identification:Social psychology in reflective stratified societies

    SATO Toshiki

    … The definition of status identification has been shifting between subjective simplification and objective status. … -identification is independent of the order of the questionnaires. … -identification shows a peak at "5" …

    Japanese Sociological Review 59(4), 734-751, 2009


  • The social psychology of the professions  [in Japanese]

    三井 宏隆 , 篠田 潤子

    … Work is not only a means of livelihood but also an important source of self-identification. … The chapters are as follows: (1) occupational socialization, (2) professionals as a group, (3) para-professional (or semiprofessional) seeking the status of professional. … however, these are subjective. …

    Studies in sociology, psychology and education (63), 1-18, 2006



    HORIGUCHI Ryota , ONEYAMA Hiroyuki

    … This research analyzes the present status of the practical use of traffic simulation models in Japan at first. … The application reports are aggregated in terms of simulation purposes, subjective policies, network characteristics, data acquisition and evaluation indexes. …

    Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshu 709, 61-69, 2002-07-20

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  • Status Identification and Perception about Standard of Living  [in Japanese]

    NAKAO Keiko

    …      This paper investigates the way in which an individual identifies his/her own social status. … The analytical framework used in this paper proposes that self-identification of social group (or social class), denoted as upper, middle or lower status, would be determined not only by an individual's judgment about his/her status itself, but also by the perception about his/her own standard of living. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 17(2), 135-149, 2002


  • Tokyo Residents' Personal Networks : III Process of Status Identification : The Role of Personal Networks in Identifying Own Status  [in Japanese]

    星 敦士

    … The aim of this paper is to examine the function and influence of one's personal network in identifying one's own social status. … Most prior research has focused on the individual's own social and economic standing as the main criteria for his/her subjective judgment. …

    Comprehensive urban studies (76), 57-67, 2001-12


  • The Appraisal of Child Rearing (ACR) of Parents in Middlescence and Health States of Young Adults-from View Point of Primary Intervention-  [in Japanese]

    Ueda Reiko , Hiramatu Mayumi

    … (1) subjects complaints , (2) subjective health states, (3) present life habits, present employment and support from others, (4) 5 items of gender role perception, (5) 10 risk variables (6) attributes etc.. … Then, the relationship between the 4 groups on the ACR and health status of parents as well as their young adults children were analyzed. … Results and Discussion Health status of young adults children as well as their parents were correlated with the ACR of their parents. …

    Journal of Okinawa Prefectural College of Nursing (2), 45-50, 2001-02

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  • Criteria and Frame of Reference in Status Identification:A Function of Personal Network in Judgment of Own Status

    HOSHI Atsushi

    … The aim of this paper is to examine the criteria and the frame of reference used in identifying one's own social status. … Prior research has focused on the individuals' own socioeconomic status as the criteria for their subjective judgment. … This research employs the perspective of Reference Group Theory and investigates the function of personal networks as a criteria and frame of reference in self-identification. …

    Japanese Sociological Review 51(1), 120-135, 2000


  • Changes of the Determinant of Class Identification in Japan

    Kikkawa Toru

    … Along with the high growth of the Japanese economy, peoples' class identification increased from relativelys “lower (class)” … However, the distribution of it has not dramatically changed since 1975.<BR>In this paper, I apply the same liner causal model to 1975, 1985, 1995 SSM male sample, in order to examine the latent change of the status determinants in these 20 years. …

    Japanese Sociological Review 50(2), 216-230, 1999


  • The aspects of ego identity formation and sport exeperience in adolescence  [in Japanese]

    Takami Kazushi , Kishi Junji , Nakagomi Shiro

    … The purpose of this paper is to examine the features of identity formation in college athletes from the viewpoints of ego development and identification with a sport. … identity was defined operationally as "the subjective sense and consciousness as an athlete" … Considering the distribution of scale scores, 40 Ss representing high and low scores on both scales were interviewed and the interviews were rated by 3 judges using Marcia's (1964) procedure for determining identity status. …

    Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences) 35(1), 29-39, 1990

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  • Status Inconsistency Trends and Their Sigificance in the Japanese Society, 1955-1975

    Tominaga Ken'ichi , Tomoeda Toshio

    … of status inconsistency trends based upon the Japanese 1955, 1965 and 1975 national surveys on Social Stratification and Mobility follows as the main part.<BR>Status inconsistency among three status varilables of education, occupational prestige and income is analyzed using two parallel methods : (1) status inconsistency score analysis and (2) cluster analysis.<BR>The central research findings are : (1) that the degree of status

    Japanese Sociological Review 37(2), 152-174,268, 1986



    Katada Yayoi

    … As it is a prerequisite to any such undertaking that the investigator has a fixed frameof reference to analyse data, the author employed the set of objective criteria for identifying life used in modern biology, and classified the observed subjective criteria of children (the clues) against them. … Only 35% of the children of age 5 correctly distinguish the living status of the real rabbit from the toy rabbit, even though none of them failedto call “a dog” …

    The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology 22(1), 31-39, 1974

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