平成13年度国民生活選好度調査にみる<介護と世帯>に関わる国民意識の分析 [in Japanese] Nursing-care and profile relationship analysis using the National Survey on Lifestyle preferences 2001 data [in Japanese]
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This paper anlayses nursing-care and profile relationship using the National Survey on Lifestyle preferences 2001 data. The National Survey on Lifestyle preferences 2001 was researched and reported by the Cabinet Ofice the next year after the nursing-care insurance started in Japan. Around those days, some researches analyzed the nursing-care needs and services relationship targeting on the samples mainly used the nursing-care insurance services or the old age group. On the contrast, the National Survey on Lifestyle preferences 2001 samples have much more various profiles. Through this paper's 3 types multiple-variants analysis techniques (association analysis, cluster analysis using BIC criteria, multiple probit analysis), we get "profile hypothesis: the popular consciousness about nursing-care and profile relationship depends on each profile"
- Study report of Japan College of Social Work
Study report of Japan College of Social Work 57, 45-62, 2011-02