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Study of Japanese University Students' Perceptions of Teachers- Introduction

Study of Japanese University Students' Perceptions of Teachers
Introduction

This report represents the findings from the survey, "Japanese University Students' Perceptions of Teachers" (referred to below as "the survey"). This survey was carried out at a National School of Education in July 2000. We will also report findings from surveys conducted at other universities as well as findings of this survey. For this reason, this report reflects a limited sample and the analysis was kept simple.

Overview of the Study
* Subject Third and Fourth Year Students of Education Courses in a National School of Education
* Time July, 2000
* Methodology Questionnaire method
* Sampling Numbers 155 students (Third year: 71; Fourth year: 84;1 Men: 56; Women: 99)

Authors
Introduction, Chapter One, Chapter Four, Conclusion:
Kurokochi Toshiomi (Researcher, Child Research Net)
Chapter Two: Tanaka Tomoe (Graduate student, Sophia University)
Chapter Three: Machida Noriko (Graduate student, Sophia University)

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