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Basic Survey on Study in Japan III - Overview

Overview of the Survey

Survey on Study Consciousness and Actual Condition


- Theme of the Survey

Survey on Study Consciousness and Actual Condition

- Method of Survey

A self-recording survey based on questionnaires handed out through schools

- Date of Survey

May - Jun 2001

- Items in the Survey

Like or Dislike of Subjects/ Comprehension of Subjects/ Hours, Content, Condition of Study at Home/ Methods of Study/ Study in Everyday Life/ Condition During Class/ Methods of Study in a School One Likes/Attending Cram School/ Use of Facilities Outside School Premises/Interests/Self-Evaluation of One's School Results/One's Thoughts on the Importance of Good Results/Study-Related Concerns/Desired Level of Educational Attainment/Use of the Media/Home Environment

- Subject of the Survey

Elementary school fifth-graders

Three areas nationwide (large cities (Tokyo's 23 wards), regional cities (the seat of the prefectural government in Shikoku), rural districts (Tohoku region)) 2,402 students

Junior high school second-year students

Three areas nationwide (large cities (Tokyo's 23 wards), regional cities (the seat of the prefectural government in Shikoku), rural districts (Tohoku region)) 2,503 students

Senior high school second-year students (general course)

Four areas nationwide ((Metropolitan Tokyo, Tohoku, Shikoku, Kyushu region's urban and rural districts)) 3,808 students

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