Japanese Journal of Health and Human Ecology
Online ISSN : 1882-868X
Print ISSN : 0368-9395
ISSN-L : 0368-9395
Volume 17 , Issue 3-4
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  • Hiroyuki Hara
    1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages 55-58,A5
    Published: 1950
    Released: November 19, 2010
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    Though the life table for 1940 is demanded eagerly from various sides, its construction has been impracticable owing to inadequacy of the data as affected by the mobilization of a great scale for the Sino-Japanese Emergency.
    Since, however, the mobilization was restricted to the male, necessary statistical data for the female are adequate. Hence, believing it might be useful, the author constructed a life table for the female only, using as material the data of the census population of 1949 and the vital statistics for the period of three years from April 1930 to March 1942.
    The method adopted was the same as described in the Sixth Life Table published by the Cabinet Bureau of Statistics, 1941. The result is shown in Table 1 and Figs. 1-4, and compared with the previous ones (Tables 2-4).
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  • Acushi Takamija
    1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages 59-64,A5
    Published: 1950
    Released: November 19, 2010
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    La autoro studisla aghan distribuon de morbilaj pacientoj en Jokosuka Urbo. La distribuo estas preskaula sama kunla rezultato de aliaj japanaj autoroj. La pinto de la kurvo situacias iom enpli juna aghooltio de amerikana kurvo. La autoro studis ankau ladistribuon de morbilaj pacientoj lau la ordo de gefratojaparte. Li povis konfirmi, kela agha distribuo dela unua frato movisalmaljun3n aghonoltio dela dua kaj tria fratoj k. t. p. La sama fakto estas jam raportita de Nukada.
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  • Acushi Takamija
    1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages 65-69,A5
    Published: 1950
    Released: November 19, 2010
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    La autoro studisla sezonan variadon de 13, 720 pacientoj morbilaj, konsistataj el lernantoj kajiliaj gefratoj en Jokosuka Urbo. La amplitudo de sezona variado estis largha.
    Li Studis ankau la shtatan statistikon de pacientoj1947-'49, kaj trovis tutela saman rezultaton kiel tio, kion jam kubo trovis pri la statistiko demortintoj; k. e.
    1) La pinto de kurvo (la plej alta punkto) de sezona variado estas en majo, kaj la valo (la plej malalta punkto) en oktobro.
    2) Enla prefektejoj de Hokkaido kaj Tohoku estasla amplitudo de variado mallargha, sed enlaprefektejoj, kiu enhavas grandanurban, tre largha.
    3) En la prefektejoj apud la Nippon Maro de Tohoku kaj Hokuriku trovigh la dua pinto en decembro.
    4) La amplitudo de vaiado estas korelaliva kun la denseco de loghantoj.
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  • T. Takano
    1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages 70-74,A5
    Published: 1950
    Released: November 19, 2010
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    The author treated the material recorded and kept by Mrs. Koto Mitsumizu of Mitsumizu Maternity Nursing Home in the town of Nagano arid made clear the following points concerning the average weight of newborn infants in Nagano district:
    In pre-war period (1937-1940) averages of 182 males and 133 females were 3118 g. and 3009g. respectively, which values are within normal limits for Japanese as well as European newborn infants.
    From 1943 to 1946, when the difficulty to obtain food and other conditions of living were most deplorable, the average weight of the newborn infants was 3022 g. with reduction of 96 g. from the normal in male and 2859g., lighter by 150g. than the normal average in female. The worst period was during 1944 to 1945 incl., as is shown in Fig. 1, where the upper curve refers to the male and the lower the female. Horizontal straight lines give the levels of the averages for normal period. The scale of the abscissae is graduated by the year of ShOwa, the 20th year of Showa corresponding to 1945 A. D.
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  • Sadamasa Shigeta, Tadafumi Mizuno, Junji Kanda
    1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages 75-76,A6
    Published: 1950
    Released: November 19, 2010
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    1. Age Distribution.
    Table 1. Age distribution of the freshmen 1949.
    The age is as of April 1, 1949.
    2. Physical Measures.
    Averages of 1760 male students are as follows:
    3. Athletic Capacity.
    The next table contains the average achievements of these students:
    Table 2. Average athletic records of students of University of Tokyo
    Effect of training is perceived from the comparison of tests in September and November, 1949.
    4. Scholastic Level.
    Table 3. Scholastic level of students.
    According to the result of the Sclolastic Achievement and Aptitude Test, uniformly carried out throughout the country, the values for 26 bestmembers of University Rowing and Athletic Clubs varied between 23 and 47 and averaged 34.5 as compared to the full mark of 60, while 30 thin, slender students scarcely interested in sports, picked up at random, proved to have the results of the test ranging from 23 to 50 with an average at 34.4. Although low scholastic level is sometimes connected with good sport abilities in some Japanese colleges and universities, this is obviously not the case with our students.
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  • 1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages 77-88
    Published: 1950
    Released: December 22, 2010
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  • 1950 Volume 17 Issue 3-4 Pages e1
    Published: 1950
    Released: November 19, 2010
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