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International Survey of Youth Attitude 2013

Cabinet Office, June 2014

Part 1: Study Outline (PDF:155KB)別ウインドウで開きます

  1. Objective of this study
  2. Subjects covered by the study
  3. Countries surveyed
  4. Respondents
  5. Survey period
  6. Survey method
  7. Sample collection rate
  8. Research organizations
  9. Notes for consideration when reading this report
  10. Quoting from the report and requesting raw data

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Chapter 1: View on life

  1. Perception of self
    • (1) Image of self
    • (2) Pride in self
    • (3) Sense of fulfillment
  2. Concerns and worries
    • (1) State of mind
    • (2) Whether there are concerns and worries
    • (3) Who is consulted about concerns and worries
  3. Vision of the future
    • (1) Hopes for the future
    • (2) How the future is imagined
  4. Social mores
  5. View on religion
  6. Friendship
    • (1) Friends
    • (2) Boyfriend/Girlfriend
  7. Male-female relationships
    • (1) Gender roles
    • (2) Degree of priority of work and family
    • (3) Relationship between work and family
    • (4) Relationship between gender and career path
  8. View on marriage
    • (1) View on marriage
    • (2) Reasons for it being better to marry
    • (3) Reasons for it being better to not marry
    • (4) Number of children desired
    • (5) View on divorce

Chapter 2: Nation and Society

  1. Attitudes toward own nation
    • (1) What you can be proud of about your country
    • (2) Pride in and service to your country
    • (3) Degree of interest in politics
    • (4) Involvement in the public policy decision-making process
  2. View on society
    • (1) Degree of satisfaction with society
    • (2) Problems in society of own country
    • (3) Factors for success in society
  3. International outlook
    • (1) International outlook of your country’s people
    • (2) Policies needed to instill an international outlook
  4. Japanese people
    • (1) Images of Japanese people
    • (2) Images of Japan

Chapter 3: Community and Volunteering

  1. Community
    • (1) Degree of attachment to the community
    • (2) Reasons for fondness for community residing in
    • (3) Attitude toward long-term residence in the community
  2. Volunteering
    • (1) Interest in volunteering
    • (2) Reasons for interest in volunteering

Chapter 4: Experiential work activities

  1. Experiential work activities
    • (1) Effects of career education
    • (2) Willingness to receive career education
  2. Degree of satisfaction with life at work
    • (1) Degree of satisfaction with life at work
  3. Thoughts about work
    • (1) Important factors when choosing employment
    • (2) View on changing jobs
    • (3) Methods of promotion and salary increase
    • (4) Uneasiness about the present and future

Chapter 5: School

  1. Significance and evaluations of attending school
    • (1) Significance of attending school
    • (2) Degree of satisfaction with school life
  2. Advancing and paying for education
    • (1) Advancement to university (or other higher institution of learning)
    • (2) Objectives of academic advancement
    • (3) Paying educational fees

Chapter 6: Family

  1. Parent-child relationships
    • (1) Attitudes toward parent-child relationships
    • (2) Image of parents
    • (3) Supporting aged parents
    • (4) Own post-retirement life
  2. Degree of satisfaction with family life
    • (1) Degree of satisfaction with family life
    • (2) What is satisfying about family life
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