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  • 村松 林太郎
    日本経営工学会誌
    1983年 34 巻 5 号 317-321
    発行日: 1983/12/15
    公開日: 2018/12/17
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 宗森 信, 久下 芳生, 日色 和夫, 藤本, 名取
    環境技術
    1978年 7 巻 1 号 76-80
    発行日: 1978/01/18
    公開日: 2010/03/18
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 人文地理
    1977年 29 巻 5 号 553-559
    発行日: 1977/10/28
    公開日: 2009/04/28
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 日本レーザー医学会誌
    1984年 4 巻 2 号 35-60
    発行日: 1984年
    公開日: 2012/09/24
    ジャーナル フリー
  • ―特に美容皮膚科,皮膚外科について―
    橋本 健
    皮膚の科学
    2010年 9 巻 6 号 563-567
    発行日: 2010年
    公開日: 2011/12/26
    ジャーナル 認証あり
    昨年10月に手塚正名誉教授より本講演の依頼を受けた時,オバマ改革は早急に実現するものと思われた。しかし実際は3月18日の講演当日になっても上院は一応通過したものの下院で必要とされる1/3の票を未だ集めるのに到っていなかった。共和党の反対は理解できるが与党の民主党からも反対が出て手こずっていた。3月22日にやっと下院を7票の僅差で通過したが,まだ上院とのすり合わせが残っている。さらに反対法案の提出や州政府の反対も実際に起こりつつある。屡々アメリカの後を追う日本の官僚や政治家が,この改革案を読めば,現状が如何にひどいか分かるはずであるが,健保の商業化,HMO,primary care など,アメリカで失敗したシステムを輸入しようとした連中を監視する必要がある。以下オバマ氏の演説を骨子として,改革の概要をまとめた。(皮膚の科学,9: 563-567, 2010)
  • バトリック モレラルユイスジェ, ポール アンドリューズ
    日本海水学会誌
    1994年 48 巻 2 号 127-139
    発行日: 1994年
    公開日: 2013/02/19
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 根本 了, 小村 麻子, 高附 巧, 佐々木 久美子, 豊田 正武
    食品衛生学雑誌
    2001年 42 巻 6 号 359-366
    発行日: 2001/12/25
    公開日: 2009/03/25
    ジャーナル フリー
    食品中の2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol (TTBP)を水蒸気蒸留で抽出しGC/MS (SIM)で測定する分析法を開発した.開発した方法は,di-tert-butylphenol (DTBP)の3種の異性体(2,4-DTBP, 2,6-DTBP及び3,5-DTBP)及び2,4-di-tert-pentylphenol (2,4-DTPP)の同時分析が可能であった.市販の食品101検体について汚染実態調査を行った結果,TTBPは肉類,レバー及び魚介類(筋肉)からそれぞれ痕跡量(tr)~0.50 ng/g,痕跡量及び tr~1.83 ng/g 検出された.2,4-DTBPは野菜・精白米,肉類,レバー,魚介類(筋肉)及び魚介類(内臓)からそれぞれ1.4~10.6 ng/g, 2.7~26.4 ng/g, tr~34.2 ng/g, tr~21.6 ng/g及び痕跡量検出された.2,6-DTBPは魚介類(筋肉)及び魚介類(内臓)からそれぞれtr~3.9 ng/g及び痕跡量検出された.3,5-DTBP及び2,4-DTPPは分析したいずれの食品からも検出されなかった.
  • ―わが国と対比して―
    内藤 勲
    水利科学
    1981年 25 巻 4 号 67-77
    発行日: 1981/10/01
    公開日: 2020/03/15
    ジャーナル フリー
  • 因子生態研究からみた1960年と1970年の比較
    樋口 忠成
    人文地理
    1979年 31 巻 1 号 5-27
    発行日: 1979/02/28
    公開日: 2009/04/28
    ジャーナル フリー
    A study of the residential structure of the American city has produced an increasing literature under the technique of factorial ecology. The study of large cities however is not enough compared to that of smaller cities because of the labor dealing vast information when taken a small area like a census tract as a observation unit.
    The auther investigated the residential structure and its spatial pattern for the Detroit metropolitan area by performing factor analysis upon 1960 and 1970 census data. Change in the structure and pattern is also studied by comparing the extracted factors and factor scores obtained at different points in time.
    The area studied is the entire Detroit Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area. (Fig. 1) The census tract is employed as a observation unit. After omission and consolidation a total of 762 tracts constitutes the analysis in 1960 and 986 in 1970. 56 variables from population characteristics available in the U.S. census of population were selected for the study. (Table 1) The same variables were chosen in the analysis for both 1960 and 1970. They are classified into 10 major categories: (1) sex and age, (2) family and household, (3) marrige status, (4) race and ethnicity, (5) mobility, (6) labor force, (7) occupation, (8) working status, (9) education and (10) family income.
    Product-moment correlation coefficients were computed for all variables. These matrixes were then subjected to principal factor method factor analysis. Eight factors were extracted in 1960 and nine in 1970, accounting cumulatively for 83% and 81% of the total variance respectively. Those factors were rotated to orthogonally to simple structure. Varimax rotation was employed. The matrixes of factor loadings are shown in Tables 2 and 3.
    The 1960 factors were interpreted as follows: (I) Family Life Cycle, (II) Racial Composition, (III) Socio-economic Status, (IV) Women in Labor Force, (V) Eastern European Immigrants, (VI) Youth Predominance, (VII) Sexual Composition and (VIII) Italians. The first three factors accounted cumulatively for more than 60% of the total variance and there was a sizable difference in significance between each of them and each of the rest.
    The 1970 factors were interpreted as follows: (I) Socio-economic Status, (II) Racial Composition, (III) Family Life Cycle, (IV) Women in Labor Force, (V) Residential Mobility, (VI) Eastern Europian Immigrants, (VIII) Sexual Composition, (IX) Youth Predominance/Italians. The first three factors were also observed as significant and accounted for about 58% of the total variance.
    In order to test the relationship between 1960 and 1970 factors, correlation coefficients were calculated and are shown in Table 4. Factor I in 1960 has strong correlation to Factor III in 1970, Factor II in 1960 to Factor II in 1970, and Factor III in 1960 to Factor I in 1970. Therefore it was confirmed that the first three factors of both years, which were Socio-economic Status, Racial Composition and Family Life Cycle were the major stable factors that explain the residential differentiation of Detroit. Minor factors of each year do not correspond clearly with each other except the factors of Women in Labor Force and East European Immigrants, which are considered to be the stable minor factors.
    The spatial patterns of the major three factors were then analysed. Prior to it the entire metropolitan area was devided into seven concentric zones numbered 1 through 7 from the C.B.D. outward and seven sectors numbered 1 through 7 from southwest to northeast, which made 49 cells. (Fig. 2) The spatial patterns of factor score distributions were examined by three steps. First, a series of analysis of variance were undertaken to judge objectively whether the factor score distributions of Socio-economic Status and Family Life Cycle correspond to concentric model or sector model.
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