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F1@(Sex) (To be judged by survey administrator)
10-1 Male
2 Female

F2@How old are you? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
(Note to survey administrator: Verify as of November 1. Use full years only and round down month fractions.)
11-1 18 years old
2 19 years old
3 20 years old
4 21 years old
5 22 years old
6 23 years old
7 24 years old

[HAND R CARD 1]
F3@Are you married? Please choose one of the answers on the card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
12-1 Married (have a spouse (not including a partner))
2 Not married, but living with a partner
3 Have been married, but not married now (divorced/separated or widowed)
4 Not married (never been married)
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 2]
F4@Who are you living with now? Choose as many answers as you want from this card. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
13-1 Living alone
14-1 My father and/or my spousefs father(including father of partner)@
15-1 My mother and/or my spousefs mother (including mother of partner)
16-1 My brother(s) and/or sister(s)
17-1 My grandfather or grandmother
18-1 My husband or wife (including partner)
19-1 Lover
20-1 My child(ren)
21-1 Friend(s), roommate(s), colleague(s), etc.
22-1 Other(s)
23-1 Do not know
24-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 3]
Q1@How do you feel about the following statements? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY PER LINE)
(Note to survey administrator: Read statements a and b and get answer for each.)
  Agree Somewhat
agree
Somewhat
disagree
Disagree Do not
know
Refused
a) One should follow onefs parentsf opinions as much as possible 1 2 3 4 5 6
b) Children should become economically independent of their parents as early as possible 1 2 3 4 5 6

[HAND R CARD 4]
Q2@How would you feel about the prospect of taking care of your parents in their old age?
Please choose the one answer from this card that comes closest to your opinion.(SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
27-1 I would take care of my parents regardless of the circumstances
2 I would take care of my parents if I am financially able to
3 I would leave them to their own resources and/or social security
4 Do not know
5 Refused

[HAND R CARD 5]
Q3@Do you want to have your own children take care of you when you become elderly?
Choose only one answer. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
28-1 Agree
2 Somewhat Agree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Disagree
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 6]
Q4@ How satisfied are you with your family life? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
29-1 Satisfied
2 Somewhat Agree
3 Somewhat dissatisfied
4 Dissatisfied
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 7]
Q5@Which of the things on this card concerning your family life are you satisfied with?
Choose as many answers as are appropriate. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
30-1 Family income
31-1 Parentsf and/or spousefs (partnerfs) occupations
32-1 The amount of conflict or arguments@among family members@
33-1 The amount of love you receive from@your parents and/or your spouse/partner
34-1 The amount of understanding you receive from your parents and/or your spouse/partner
35-1 Family membersf health@
36-1 Getting along with my brother(s) and/or sister(s)
37-1 Your neighborhood
38-1 The size of your house
39-1 Communication and conversation in the family
40-1 Division of household chores and@childcare
41-1 Not satisfied with anything
42-1 Do not know
43-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 8]
Q6@Are you now attending school, or have you already finished school? Please choose one of the answers on the
card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
44-1 Attending school@(including a temporary leave of absence)
2 Finished schooling(including dropping out)
3 Do not know
4 Refused

[IF DO NOT KNOW OR REFUSED IN Q6, SKIP TO Q9 - ALL OTHERS ASK Qfs. 7 AND 8]
[HAND R CARD 9]
Q7@(FOR THOSE ATTENDING SCHOOL) What school do you go to? Please choose only one answer from this card.
(FOR THOSE WHO FINISHED SCHOOL) What was the last school you attended?
Please choose one answer from this card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
45,46-01 Elementary school (6th grade or less)
2 Junior high school (7th to 9th grades)
3 Trade/vocational school
4 Senior high school: preparatory school for higher education (10th to 12th grades)
5 Junior or community college
6 Four-year college or university/polytechnical school
7 Advanced study in graduate or professional school
8 Other
9 Do not know
10 Refused

[HAND R CARD 10]
Q8@(FOR THOSE ATTENDING SCHOOL) Which of the following do you think you have gained or
experienced through your education with respect to the school you currently attend?
(FOR THOSE WHO FINISHED SCHOOL) If you do not currently go to school, which of the items on this
card do you think you have gained or experienced through your education? Think about the school you
attended last and choose as many as are appropriate. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
47-1 General and basic knowledge
48-1 Specialized knowledge
49-1 Work skills
50-1 Better educational background and qualifications
51-1 Cultivated my talent
52-1 Improved my friendship with others
53-1 Learned from the advice and good example of teachers
54-1 How to enjoy free time
55-1 No particular significance
56-1 Do not know
57-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 11]
Q9@Which two factors on this list do you think are most important to becoming successful in life?
Please choose up to two of the categories on the card. (UP TO TWO ANSWERS)
58-1 Family position and social rank, parentsfsocial status@
59-1 Personal abilities
60-1 Personal effort - how hard one works
61-1 Having a good education
62-1 Luck or chance
63-1 Do not know
64-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 12]
Q10@Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your student life?
If you do not go to school at present, please answer based on the time you did attend school.(SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
65-1 Satisfied
2 Somewhat satisfied
3 Somewhat dissatisfied
4 Dissatisfied
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 13]
Q11@Next, we will ask you about your work. Which one of the statements on the card best describes your work
situation? Please choose only one answer. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
(NOTE TO SURVEY ADMINISTRATOR: REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT OF HOURS THEY PUT IN, TEMPORARY WORKERS
SHOULD BE RECORDED AS CODE 2. IF THEY ARE STUDENTS AND TEMPORARY WORKERS, THEY SHOULD BE RECORDED
AS CODE 4, REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT OF HOURS THEY WORK)
66.67-1 I have a full-time job (not a pupil or student (including graduate students))@(ASK Qfs. 12, 13)
2 I have a part-time job (including any side jobs and not a pupil or student)@(ASK Qfs. 12, 13)
3 I am a pupil or student (including graduate students) and have a full-time job@(ASK Qfs. 12, 13) @
4 I am a pupil or student (including graduate students) and usually have a part-time job or a side job@(ASK Qfs. 12, 13)
5 I am a pupil or student (including graduate students) butusually do not work or have a part-time job or a side job@(SKIP TO Q. 15)
6 I am currently unemployed@(SKIP TO Q. 15)
7 I do not work for pay@(SKIP TO Q. 15)
8 I am a homemaker@(SKIP TO Q. 18)
9 Do not know@(SKIP TO Q. 18)
0 Refused@(SKIP TO Q. 18)

(NOTE TO SURVEY ADMINISTRATOR: FOR THOSE WHO ARE WORKERS, PROCEED TO Q12, FOR UNEMPLOYED, TO Q15,
FOR HOMEMAKERS OR THOSE WHO CHOSE DONfT KNOW OR REFUSED TO Q18)

[ASK Qfs 12-13 IF ANSWERED Q11 WITH ANY OF ANSWERS 1 THROUGH 4, AND ARE WORKING]
[HAND R CARD 14]
Q12@What kind of work do you do? Please choose only one answer from this card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
68,69-1 Professional: i.e, Researcher, engineer, teacher, doctor, pharmacist, nurse, lawyer,
judge, public prosecutor, certified public accountant, tax accountant, religious
worker, reporter, author, artist, actor, professional sports player, private tutoring
school teacher, private tutor, instructor, etc.
2 Managerial: President, supervisor, officer, director, large company owner, etc.
3 Self-employed: Owner of a small establishment such as a retail shop, wholesale shop,
and restaurant or owner of a small factory, etc.@
4 Clerical: General clerical worker, secretary, typist, bookkeeper, money collector, etc.@
5 Salesperson: Sales clerk and salesman etc. at a retail shop (including department
stores, supermarkets) and a wholesale shop
6 Security: Member of the armed forces, policeman, fireman, security guard, etc.
7 Occupation related to agriculture, forestry, and fishery, for example, self-employed or
laborer in agriculture, forestry, or fishery; farm manager, etc. (including family workers)
8 Skilled worker: Occupations that require licensing and/or many years of experience,
such as craftsman, carpenter, electrician, painter, cutter, driver, etc.
9 Unskilled worker and simple laborer: Factory worker, etc. which is not included in
08, and which does not require special qualifications and many years of experience@
10 Service worker: Employee at a barber shop and a beauty salon, cabin attendant, etc.
11 Laborer other than in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and mining industry: Gatekeeper,
garage attendant, street sweeper, warehouse worker, gardener, etc.
12 Other (specifically, )
13 Do not know@
14 Refused

[ASK Q13 IF ANSWERED Q11 WITH ANY OF ANSWERS 1 THROUGH 4]
[HAND R CARD 15]
Q13 How did you find your present job?
Please select as many of the items on the card as apply. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
70-1 Saw an ad in a newspaper, magazine or on a poster, etc.
71-1 Inquired directly at the workplace
72-1 Through a school
73-1 Through a family member or relative
74-1 Through a friend or acquaintance
75-1 Through an employment agency
76-1 On an Internet site for job seeking or job changing
77-1 Followed into the family business
78-1 Other (specifically, )
79-1 Do not know@
80-1 Refused

[ASK Q14 IF ANSWERED Q11 WITH ANSWERS 1 or 3, AND ARE WORKING FULL TIME]
[HAND R CARD 16]
Q14 As a part of the school curriculum when you were a student (including primary and secondary school), were
work experience related activities, such as actual working experience, taking part in entrepreneurial
simulations, or hearing lectures from company employees regarding work, useful when you were seeking your
current job? Please choose only one of the answers on the card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
81-1 They were useful
2 They were somewhat useful
3 They were not very useful
4 They were not useful
5 I have not taken part in any work experience related activities (SKIP TO Q. 17)
6 Do not know
7 Refused

[ASK Q15 IF ANSWERED Q11 WITH ANY OF ANSWERS 2 OR 4 THROUGH 7]
[HAND R CARD 17]
Q15 Is there an occupation in which you have the intention or desire to seek employment as a full-time employee?
Please choose only one of the statements on the card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
82-1 I intend to seek employment, and have a desired profession
2 I intend to seek employment, but have not decided on a desired profession
3 I do not intend to seek employment at this time, but I have a desired profession
4 I do not intend to seek employment at this time, and do not have a desired profession
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[ASK Q16 IF ANSWERED Q15 WITH ANY OF ANSWERS 1 THROUGH 3]
[HAND R CARD 18]
Q16 As a part of the school curriculum when you were a student (including primary and secondary school), were
work experience related activities, such as actual working experience, taking part in entrepreneurial
simulations, or hearing lectures from company employees regarding work, useful when you were choosing
the occupation you would like to pursue in the future? Please choose only one of the answers on the card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
83-1 They were useful
2 They were somewhat useful
3 They were not very useful
4 They were not useful
5 I have not taken part in any work experience related activities (SKIP TO Q. 17)
6 Do not know
7 Refused

[ASK Q17 IF ANSWERED Q14 OR Q16 WITH ANSWER 5, THAT IS, HAVE NOT TAKEN PART IN ANY
WORK EXPERIENCE RELATED ACTIVITIES]

Q17 Would you like to take part (or would you like to have taken part) in work experience related activities,
such as actual working experience, taking part in entrepreneurial simulations, or hearing lectures from
company employees regarding work? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
84-1 Yes
2 No
3 Do not know
4 Refused

[HAND R CARD 19]
Q18 How many times have you changed your job since you finished school? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
(NOTE TO SURVEY ADMINISTRATOR: IF ASKED, PLEASE HAVE RESPONDENTS EXCLUDE PART-TIME JOBS WHEN COUNTING)
85-1 I have never changed my job
2 Once (current job is the second job)
3 Twice (current job is the third job)
4 Three times (current job is the fourth job)
5 Four times or more
6 I have never had a full-time job
7 Do not know
8 Refused

[ASK Q19 IF ANSWERED Q11 WITH ANY OF ANSWERS 1 THROUGH 4 AND ARE WORKING]
[HAND R CARD 20]

Q19 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your work life? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
86-1 Satisfied
2 Somewhat satisfied
3 Somewhat dissatisfied
4 Dissatisfied
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 21]
Q20 Which of the factors on the card do you consider important when you are seeking employment?
Please choose as many as applicable from the list on the card. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
87-1 Earnings
88-1 Hours of work
89-1 Ease of commute
90-1 Job description
91-1 Atmosphere of the workplace
92-1 Social significance of the job
93-1 Stability of the business of the employer and the job
94-1 Future prospects of the job
95-1 Opportunities to apply your expert knowledge or technical skills
96-1 Opportunities to further your skills
97-1 Opportunities to realize your potential
98-1 Other (specifically,)
99-1 Do not know
100-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 22]
Q21 There are a variety of opinions about changing jobs.
Select the one item from the list on the card that most closely matches your feelings about changing jobs. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
101-1 Even if life at work is really tough, a person shouldnft change jobs; a person should work for the same company for all their working life
2 If a person is very dissatisfied with conditions at his or her place of current employment, he/she has no choice but to change jobs
3 If a person is dissatisfied with conditions at his or her place of current employment, it is better to change jobs
4 Even if a person is not dissatisfied with conditions at his or her place of current employment,it is best to change jobs to make the most of his or her individual abilities
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 23]
Q22 Which one of the ways on this card do you consider best for deciding on promotions and salary increases?
Please choose only one of the statements on the card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
102-1 Solely on the basis of seniority
2 Mainly on the basis of seniority, but performance should also be considered
3 Mainly on the basis of performance, but seniority should also be considered
4 Solely on the basis of performance
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 24]
Q23 How much do you like the city or town you currently live in? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
103-1 I like it@(ASK Q. 24)
2 I like it a little@(ASK Q. 24)
3 I donft like it that much@(SKIP TO Q. 25)
4 I donft like it@(SKIP TO Q. 25)
5 Do not know (SKIP TO Q. 25)
6 Refused (SKIP TO Q. 25)

[ASK Q24 IF ANSWERED Q23 WITH ANSWERS 1 OR 2, THAT IS, LIKE THE AREA WHERE THEY LIVE] [HAND R CARD 25]
Q24 Please indicate why you like the city or town you live in by choosing as many of the reasons listed on the card
that apply. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
104-1 I have friends in the area
105-1 I have a strong attachment to the area
106-1 The area is rich in natural environment
107-1 The area is convenient for commuting to school and work and for shopping
108-1 The area has many places of recreation
109-1 There is a lot of interaction between residents
110-1 The area is safe
111-1 Many community gatherings and events take place in the area
112-1 The area is rich in history and tradition
113-1 The area provides many opportunities for residents to be exposed to culture and the arts
114-1 Other (specifically,)
115-1 Do not know
116-1 Refused

Q25 Do you want to continue living in the city or town you currently live in, do you want to move or do you not
care? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
117-1 Want to continue living in current city or town
2 Want to move
3 Donft care
4 Do not know
5 Refused

[HAND R CARD 26]
Q26 How do you usually spend your weekends and days off?
Please choose as many answers from this list as apply. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
118-1 Doing nothing in particular, just taking it easy, hanging around
119-1 Relaxing: watching television, reading magazines
120-1 With my friends
121-1 With my boyfriend or girlfriend
122-1 With members of my family
123-1 Reading books, listening to music
124-1 Playing a musical instrument
125-1 Enjoying hobbies, such as gardening, handicrafts, cooking, making things
126-1 Shopping, going to malls, etc.
127-1 Going to movies, plays, concerts, museums or sports events
128-1 Playing sports
129-1 Hiking or walking, driving, taking short trips
130-1 Participating in religious or volunteer activities
131-1 Playing games, such as cards, board games, video games, etc.
132-1 Going to karaoke, pinball games or game centers
133-1 Spend time at PC or use the Internet
134-1 Study
135-1 Other (specifically,)
136-1 Do not know
137-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 27]
Q27 Which of the following do you pay attention to with regard to what you eat?
Please choose as many of the items on the card as are applicable. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
138-1 Eating meals that are nutritionally balanced
139-1 Enjoying meals with family and/or friends to promote communication
140-1 Eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner at roughly set times without skipping meals
141-1 Proper etiquette and manners
142-1 Cooking for myself
143-1 Other (specifically,)
144-1 Do not know
145-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 28]
Q28 We would like to ask you about gvolunteer activitiesh in which you would offer your own time for the sake of
other people and society, aside from your main job. Are you currently or have you previously been involved in
such volunteer activities, aside from those that are required by your school or job? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
(Note to survey administrator: Obligatory school activities and social system based activities should be excluded)
146-1 I am currently involved
2 I was involved previously, but not now
3 I have never been involved
4 Do not know
5 Refused

Q29 Are you interested in volunteer work? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
147-1 Yes
2 No
3 Do not know
4 Refused

[ASK Q30 IF ANSWERED YES IN Q29; OTHERS SKIP TO Q. 31]
[HAND R CARD 29]
Q30 Why are you interested?
Please select as many items from the list on the card that apply. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
148-1 I want to improve my local community or society
149-1 I want to help people who have problems
150-1 I want to learn new skills and capabilities and gain experience
151-1 I want to discover what I really want to do in life
152-1 I want to meet a variety of people
153-1 It would be advantageous for going on in school or getting a job
154-1 I want to make effective use of my free time
155-1 Because the people around me are doing it
156-1 Other (specifically,)
157-1 Do not know
158-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 30]
Q31 Do you think the United States has something to be proud of or not? If so, choose as many answers as you
want from this card. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
159-1 History and cultural heritage
160-1 Nature and natural resources of the country
161-1 Culture and art
162-1 Religion
163-1 Sports
164-1 Science and technology
165-1 Standard of education
166-1 Possibility of development in the future
167-1 Standard of living
168-1 Social welfare
169-1 Social stability
170-1 Sense of national identity
171-1 Law and order
172-1 Free and peaceful society
173-1 It has international influence and standing
174-1 Other (specifically,)
175-1 It has nothing to be proud of
176-1 Do not know
177-1 Refused

Q32 Please answer gyesh or gnoh to each of the following statements.(SINGLE ANSWER ONLY PER LINE)
(Note to survey administrator: Read a and b aloud and ask for answers.)

  Yes No Do not know Refused
a)I am proud to be an American 178-1 2 3 4
b)I want to do something to serve America 179-1 2 3 4

[HAND R CARD 31]
Q33 How much interest do you have in the current politics of the United States? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
180-1 Very interested
2 Somewhat interested
3 Not very interested
4 Not interested at all
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 32]
Q34 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with American society? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
181-1 Satisfied
2 Somewhat satisfied
3 Somewhat dissatisfied
4 Dissatisfied
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 33]
Q35 What do you think are the problems in the United States? Choose as many answers as appropriate from this
card. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
182-1 Too much importance is placed on onefs social status and family background
183-1 People are discriminated against by sex
184-1 People are discriminated against by race
185-1 There are discrepancies in income and occupation among people with different educational background
186-1 Things that should be done are not always done
187-1 There is too much difference in income between the wealthy and the poor
188-1 Those who work diligently are not rewarded
189-1 The views of young people are not taken into consideration
190-1 Law and order are too weak
191-1 Morals are weak
192-1 It is difficult to find a job, and many people are unemployed
193-1 Social welfare for the elderly and the handicapped is not enough
194-1 People are indifferent to the destruction of the environment
195-1 The political system is flawed
196-1 Other (specifically,)
197-1 Nothing in particular
198-1 Do not know
199-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 34]
Q36 In regard to your country fulfilling its role as a member of the international community,
to what extent do the people of your country have an ginternational perspectiveh? Please choose only one of
the responses on the card. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
200-1 I think they have one to a sufficient degree
2 I think they have one to some extent
3 I donft think they really have one
4 I think they hardly have one
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 35]
Q37 What kinds of policies do you think are required for Americans to do in the future to further develop an
ginternational perspectiveh? Please choose as many of the items on the card as are applicable. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
201-1 Promote travel abroad
202-1 Support and promote study abroad
203-1 Support and promote students from abroad studying here
204-1 Offer opportunities for interaction with people from other countries
205-1 Offer opportunities for daily life with people from other countries
206-1 Encourage ample education about U.S. culture and history in a variety of contexts
207-1 Encourage ample education about other countriesf culture and history in a variety of contexts
208-1 Encourage ample foreign language education in a variety of contexts
209-1 Promote participation in international events such as seminars and symposiums, sporting events, concerts, etc.
210-1 Make it easier to obtain information about other countries
211-1 Other (specifically,)
212-1 Nothing in particular
213-1 Do not know
214-1 Refused

Q38 Do you have a cellular telephone? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
215-1 Yes
2 No
3 Do not know
4 Refused

Q39 Do you use the Internet on a cellular telephone? Internet use includes sending e-mail to addresses including
g@h signs, looking at informational sites, etc. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
216-1 Yes
2 No
3 Do not know
4 Refused

Q40 Do you use the Internet on a personal computer? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
216-1 Yes
2 No
3 Do not know
4 Refused

[ASK Qfs 41 AND 42 IF ANSWERED Q39 OR Q40 WITH ANSWER 1, THAT IS, USE THE INTERNET ON A
CELLULAR TELEPHONE OR PERSONAL COMPUTER]

[HAND R CARD 36]
Q41 Please choose those things from the list on the card that you think have changed from before you used the
Internet to after you started using the Internet.
a First, choose the things that you think have increased or expanded for you. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
218-1 Scope of activity
219-1 Communication with parents
220-1 Communication with friends
221-1 Opportunity to express my opinions
222-1 Opportunities to gain new acquaintances
223-1 Worry that I will get into trouble
224-1 Interest in government, the economy, etc.
225-1 Enjoying and taking an interest in life
226-1 Stress
227-1 Sense of isolation
228-1 Time for study
229-1 Time for sleep
230-1 Other (specifically,)
231-1 No change, or not applicable
232-1 Do not know
233-1 Refused

b Now, choose the things that you think have decreased or narrowed for you because of Internet use.(MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
234-1 Scope of activity
235-1 Communication with parents
236-1 Communication with friends
237-1 Opportunity to express my opinions
238-1 Opportunities to gain new acquaintances
239-1 Worry that I will get into trouble
240-1 Interest in government, economy, etc.
241-1 Enjoying and taking an interest in life
242-1 Stress
243-1 Sense of isolation
244-1 Time for study
245-1 Time for sleep
246-1 Other (specifically,)
247-1 No change, or not applicable
248-1 Do not know
249-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 37]
Q42 Which of the items on the card have you experienced when using the Internet?
Please choose as many of the items as are applicable. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
(NOTE TO SURVEY ADMINISTRATOR: gJUNK E-MAILh IS SPAM OR UNWANTED E-MAIL BY UTTER STRANGERS.
THEY INCLUDE COMMERCIAL E-MAIL, CHAIN MAIL AND MESSAGES LEADING TO WEBSITES OF SEXUAL
CONTENTS AND/OR HOAX WEBSITES)
250-1 Received improper claims or fictitious claims, or was a victim of wrongdoing, when using an online auction or when shopping online
251-1 Seen sites that include harmful information for children not yet 18 (sexual content, cruel or violent content, content encouraging suicide, content encouraging crime, etc.)
252-1 Anonymously written false information
253-1 Been anonymously slandered or harassed via electronic bulletin boards or e-mail
254-1 Accessed web sites by falsifying my age
255-1 Unsolicited junk e-mail has been sent frequently
256-1 None of the above
257-1 Do not know
258-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 38]
Q43 What should be done in order to ensure that children under the age of 18 do not see or get access to
harmful information (sexual content, cruel or violent content, content encouraging suicide, and content
encouraging crime) over the Internet? Please choose the one item you think is most important from the list. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
(Note to survey administrator: A filtering service is a service or software that prevents websites with harmful information
(violence, adult content, dating sites, antisocial ideas, etc.) from being seen over the Internet. These include filtering services for
children, filtering services for companies, etc.)
259-1 Should not be regulated
2 Filtering services should be used
3 The information issuers, providers, etc. should voluntarily regulate themselves
4 Legal regulation is necessary
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[HAND R CARD 39]
Q44 What do you think about the Japanese people?
Please choose the words on the list that you think apply to the Japanese.(MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
260-1 Diligent
261-1 Intelligent
262-1 Practical
263-1 Vain (excessively proud or concerned with oneself)
264-1 Broad-minded
265-1 Brave
266-1 Polite
267-1 Arrogant
268-1 Progressive
269-1 Peace-loving
270-1 Untrustworthy
271-1 Do not know
272-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 40]
Q45 What do you think about Japan as a country?
Please choose as many items on the card as are applicable. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
273-1 The political system is sound
274-1 Economically wealthy
275-1 It has excellent culture and art
276-1 It contributes to world peace
277-1 It is actively involved in helping developing countries
278-1 It is actively involved in global environmental issues
279-1 None of the above
280-1 Do not know
281-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 41]
Q46 When do you feel that you are living a fulfilling life?
Please choose as many answers as you want from this card. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
282-1 When Ifm involved with something helpful for society
283-1 When I devote myself to my work
284-1 When I devote myself to my studies
285-1 When I devote myself to sports and hobbies
286-1 When I am with my family
287-1 When I am with friends and companions
288-1 When I am with a close friend of the opposite sex
289-1 When I am by myself without being annoyed by anyone
290-1 I never feel that Ifm living a fulfilling life
291-1 Do not know
292-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 42]
Q47 Is there anything that worries you or is troubling you these days?
If so, please choose as many answers as appropriate from this card. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
293-1 Studies
294-1 Getting into the school of my choice
295-1 Getting a job
296-1 Work
297-1 Family
298-1 Friends and companions
299-1 Relations with the opposite sex
300-1 Money
301-1 Politics and society
302-1 My personality
303-1 My health
304-1 My personal appearance
305-1 Other (specifically, )
306-1 I do not have anything that worries me or is troubling me
307-1 Do not know
308-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 43]
Q48 Who do you talk to for advice when things are troubling you?
Please choose as many of the items on the card as are applicable. (MULTIPLE ANSWERS POSSIBLE)
309-1 My father
310-1 My mother
311-1 My brother(s) and/or sister(s)
312-1 My grandparents or relatives
313-1 My wife/husband/partner
314-1 My teacher(s)
315-1 My neighbors and/or school friends
316-1 Colleagues at work
317-1 Friends at an organization/club
318-1 School friends who are older than me
319-1 Superiors at work or friends who are older than me
320-1 My boyfriend or girlfriend
321-1 Professional counselor or advisor
322-1 Clergyman
323-1 Television programs or radio programs
324-1 Internet sites
325-1 Magazines
326-1 Other (specifically, )
327-1 I do not talk to anyone
328-1 Do not know/no answer
329-1 Refused

[HAND R CARD 44]
Q49 What are your opinions about the following statements? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY PER LINE)
(Note to survey administrator: Read a through d aloud one at a time and ask for answers.)

  Agree Somewhat
agree
Somewhat
disagree
Disagree Do not
know
Refused
a) It is wrong to bully the weak 330-1 2 3 4 5 6
b) One should keep promises 331-1 2 3 4 5 6
c) If one sees someone in need of help, one
should help without being asked
332-1 2 3 4 5 6
d) One is free to do what one wants as long
as it does not cause others trouble
333-1 2 3 4 5 6

[HAND R CARD 45]
Q50 Do you think that religion provides emotional support and a guide to attitude and behavior in the course of
daily life? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
334-1 Agree
2 Somewhat agree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Disagree
5 Do not know
6 Refused

Q51 Do you agree or disagree with the following opinions? (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY PER LINE)
(Note to survey administrator: Read a [and b] aloud and ask for answers one at a time.)

  Agree Disagree Do not know Refused
a) Men should go to work while women should stay
at home and take care of the house
335-1 2 3 4
b) When children are young, the mother should have
the responsibility for looking after them
336-1 2 3 4

[HAND R CARD 46]
Q52 How do you feel about marriage? Please choose the one answer from this card that is closest to your opinion. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
337-1 One should marry
2 It is better to marry
3 It is not necessary to marry
4 It is better not to marry
5 Do not know
6 Refused

[ASK Q 53 IF ANSWERED Q52 WITH ANSWERS 1 OR 2, THAT IS, WHO BELIEVE THAT ONE SHOULD
MARRY, OR THAT IT IS BETTER TO MARRY]

[HAND R CARD 47]
Q53 Please choose up to three reasons why you think that one should marry, or that it is better to marry, from the
following. (UP TO THREE ANSWERS)
338-1 To earn the trust of society, and be equal with those around one
339-1 To gain emotional stability
340-1 To live with one you love
341-1 To have onefs own children, family, etc.
342-1 For the convenience of daily life
343-1 To become independent of onefs parents
344-1 To live with economic comfort
345-1 To ease onefs parentsf minds and fulfill the expectations of those around one
346-1 Other (specifically, )
347-1 Do not know
348-1 Refused

[ASK Q54 IF ANSWERED Q52 WITH ANSWERS 3 OR 4, THAT IS, WHO BELIEVE THAT IT IS NOT
NECESSARY TO MARRY, OR THAT IT IS BETTER NOT TO MARRY]

[HAND R CARD 48]
Q54 Please choose up to three reasons why you think that it is not necessary to marry, or that it is better not to
marry, from the following. (UP TO THREE ANSWERS)
349-1 I can become deeply involved in my job
350-1 I can live with economic comfort
351-1 I can enjoy my own hobbies and entertainment
352-1 Even living alone I donft feel a sense of inconvenience
353-1 Ifm not good at interacting with the opposite sex
354-1 Family brings heavier responsibilities
355-1 Getting as far as marriage takes too much effort
356-1 I often hear from people around me and from the mass media that marriage, childbirth, and raising children are difficult
357-1 It is difficult to get along with onefs spousefs (or partnerfs) parents and relatives
358-1 Other (specifically, )
359-1 Do not know
360-1 Refused

Q55 How many children do you want, in total?
If you already have children, please include them in your answer.
(NOTE TO SURVEY ADMINISTRATOR: IF THE ANSWER IS gI DO NOT WANT TO HAVE CHILDREN,h ENTER g00h,
ENTER g98h FOR gDONfT KNOWh AND 99 FOR gREFUSEDh)

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[HAND R CARD 49]
Q56 How do you feel about divorce?
Please choose only the one answer from this card that comes closest to your feelings. (SINGLE ANSWER ONLY)
363-1 Once married, divorce should not be allowed for any reason
2 It should be impossible to divorce if there are children, but otherwise certain
circumstances can make divorce unavoidable
3 Regardless of whether there are children, certain circumstances can make divorce
unavoidable
4 Divorce should be opted for if there is no mutual love in the marriage
5 Do not know
6 Refused
(THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR TIME AND COOPERATION.)

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