The Journal of Human Relations
Online ISSN : 2433-1961
Print ISSN : 1340-8186
Volume 7 , Issue 1
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  • Type: Cover
    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages Cover1-
    Published: November 30, 2000
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages App1-
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  • Mingshan KANG
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 1-13
    Published: November 30, 2000
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    The study is to investigate the nonhandicapped children's attitudes toward mentally retarded children under different contexts of contact in school life. The elementary school children in grade 5, partly in integrated education (as experienced group, n=70) and partly in normal school (as control group, n=78), participated in this attitude survey what was administered to measure : (1)in different contexts of contact with mentally retarded children, the nonhandicapped children's attitudes and the motivation of attitude formation and their presumption of parents' expectation. (2)the nonhandicapped children's perceptions of images about mentally retarded children. As a result of analysis, the followings were obtained. The nonhandicapped children's attitudes toward mentally retarded children were significantly different depend on the contexts of contact. The nonhandicapped children expressed greater willingness to contact with mentally retarded children in the context of help but the reverse in the context of sitting next to them. The nonhandicapped children's perception of images about mentally retarded children were significantly different due to integrated experiences. Whether the children were in integrated education or not, the nonhandicapped children's attitudes toward mentally retarded children were not significantly different. However, the nonhandicapped children's attitudes toward mentally retarded children were significantly related to their images and presumption of parents' expectation. It's also discussed that the children's attitude formation was structural different depend on the children were in integrated education or not.
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  • Akiko IMAI, Kan'ichi IMAI
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 15-25
    Published: November 30, 2000
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    A woman, being a parent, is expected to be selfless in a way, and on the other hand when she tries to create her own life as well, she suffers from great conflict. In this situation, not giving up one of the two but trying to do both can cause greater suffering. It is important to get someone's understanding and support to endure this suffering and conflict. For a woman living as a wife, support from her husband as a life partner is a great encouragement. Also, raising children shouldn't only be the mother's responsibility. Therefore, we believe that how a man is involved with his wife as a husband and to his children as a father is related to the level of satisfaction of a woman's lifestyle. In this study, we brought together the depth of relationships as married couples and how women live their lives as wives/mothers and how they evaluate their lives, by analyzing wives' images of a husband and the family portrait as inner information.
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  • Shunji TAHARA
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 27-40
    Published: November 30, 2000
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    Morita & Kiyonaga (1986) proposed that there are four kinds of the role in a bullying situation (i.e. "a bully", "a bullied", "an audience" or "an onlooker"). Many researchers accepted this proposal and tried to find what factors determined the role in the bullying situation. But the determinant that discriminate the role could not find until now. The purpose of this study is to find the factor that influences the discrimination of the role in a bulling. Questionnaire method was used and 321 persons ranging from 8 to 48 years olds answered of this questionnaire. Multiple regression analyses showed that while people regarded "a bully", "a bullied", "an audience" or "an onlooker" as having some stereotyped causes, such stereotyped causes had only a few influences for discriminating the role in a bulling. Multiple regression analyses also showed that one of the candidates for discriminating the role in a bulling situation is the strategy difference people used in order to avoid being the victim of bulling (i.e. avoiding strategy). The numerical value of "Square of Multiple Regression Coefficient" was from two to nine times when avoiding strategies were introduced in the multiple regression analyses as the predictor variable. But the numerical value of "Square of Multiple Regression Coefficient" was not sufficient for explaining the discrimination of the role in a bullying even if the avoiding strategy was introduced in the multiple regression analyses. In addition to the avoiding strategy, the necessity and candidates of another new factors that can increase the coefficient of determination is discussed.
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  • Toshio IBARAKI
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 41-53
    Published: November 30, 2000
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    The present investigation contains the role of private institutions for the non-attendance-at-school in Saitama prefecture in 1999. The type of the institutions investigated include 1) free space where attendants can stay and use the facilities freely under minimum obligation, 2) self-help group for the parents of the non-attendant-at school, 3) private preparatory course (Juku) for the non-attendant-at-school.
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  • Kouji OISHI, Ako TANAKA
    Type: Article
    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 55-65
    Published: November 30, 2000
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    This study had a purpose of aiming at the qualitative improvement of the schooling services and empowerment of the teachers, and examining about the complementing feature which could be demanded from the support staff. The support staff developed the support practice of the scholastic consultation at the counseling room which was installed in the public junior high school in the suburbs. Then, it examined the change about the perfection example of the activity and the interaction which accompanies this. That school counseling room setting, the viewpoint to examine a change was one about compatible to the room person, compatible to the teachers coming and it ordered this, dividing it in the first half and the latter period. As a result of the practice of the support staff, in the first half, the increase of the opportunity of the contact with the teachers and the adjustment and the diversification of the consultation contents were brought about whereas had improved the dependence of the teachers, too. Then, in the latter period, a division system had been laid between the teachers and the support staff. It considered empowerment of the teachers and a backup system at the counseling room and it added such a result about the attention point when utilizing a volunteer support staff, too.
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 67-
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 68-70
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 71-76
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 77-83
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 84-95
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    2000 Volume 7 Issue 1 Pages 96-101
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