MISC

1995年

CROSS-CULTURAL QUALITY-OF-LIFE - JAPANESE AND AMERICAN-COLLEGE STUDENTS

SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY
  • KD KEITH
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  • M YAMAMOTO
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  • N OKITA
  • ,
  • RL SCHALOCK

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開始ページ
163
終了ページ
170
記述言語
英語
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出版者・発行元
SOC PERSONALITY RES INC

The Quality of Student Life Questionnaire (QSLQ) was used to collect data on 946 students in eight colleges and universities in Japan and the United States. A series of 2 x 2 x 2 analyses of variance on total scores and four factors (Satisfaction, Competence/Productivity, Independence, and Social Belonging) were completed, comparing scores by gender, type of school (four-year vs. two-year) and nationality.
For total quality of life scores, main effects were found for country (American scores were higher) and type of school (scores were higher for four-year colleges). Analysis of factor scores showed main effects for country (higher scores for American students) on all factors except Independence. These results are discussed in the context of differing cultural values and assumptions. Japanese and American views vary considerably, for example, on such issues as individuality, the role of groups, and perception of self. These differences must be considered in interpretation of cross-cultural findings.

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