In 1953, the Institute of Statistical Mathematics began nationwide surveys of the Japanese way of thinking. Collected here are ten works describing various aspects of these ongoing surveys, exploring comparative procedures and methodologies on social attitudes research in Japan and cross-nationally. This publication has also been published in hardback (no longer available).thesis in the U.S., with even less support for the hypothesized phenomenon in Japan. ... The provision of accurate and adequate information to the public so that they can make informed decisions is a central conclusion derived ... This study first sought to determine which, if any, of sixteen survey questions were scalable.
|Title||:||Social Attitudes in Japan|
|Author||:||Masamichi S. Sasaki, Tatsuzō Suzuki|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2002-01-01|