著者
峰尾 菜生子
出版者
日本青年心理学会
雑誌
青年心理学研究 (ISSN:09153349)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.31, no.1, pp.45-53, 2019-09-09 (Released:2019-10-13)
参考文献数
26

This study aimed to examine the influence of sense of trust in self and other persons on oneʼs view of Japanese society among university students. Two hundred twenty-two students answered the questionnaire. Covariance structure analysis revealed that “distrust” positively influenced “negative evaluations of selfish and self-righteous people” among the subscales of oneʼs view of society. “Trust for self” positively influenced “positive evaluations of a peaceful and affluent life,” and “trust for others” positively influenced “negative evaluations of selfish and self-righteous people” and “respect for efforts.” It was revealed that the higher trust in self and others was, the more positive oneʼs view on society was. However, the higher the trust in others was, the more criticisms of people and mass media and anxiety about the future were suggested. Future tasks are as follows: (a) to investigate various participants, (b) to clarify the role of sense of trust in the formation process of oneʼs view of society, and (c) to examine the factors, other than trust, that are related to oneʼs view of society.
著者
峰尾 菜生子 田澤 実 梅崎 修
出版者
法政大学キャリアデザイン学会
雑誌
生涯学習とキャリアデザイン = 生涯学習とキャリアデザイン (ISSN:13493051)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.8, pp.33-57, 2011-02

This study aimed to investigate relationships between the use of time in daily life and the attitude of university students towards vocation, schoolwork, and self. The participants were 269 university freshmen (107 males, 161 females, and I unknown). They were asked how they spent their time in a day. Two or three groups were identified according to the time spent for each activity. Tests on the differences between the means revealed the following: (a) Considering the time spent for ‘studying at home’, ‘working part-time’, ‘playing with friends’, ‘sleeping’, and ‘doing other activities’, the students7 ‘awareness of personality’ was different. (b) Given the time spent for ‘working part-time’ and ‘playing with friends’, the students’ ‘views about one’s future career’ were different. (c) On the basis of the time spent for ‘studying at home’, the students’ ‘thoughts on the abilities that one expects to acquire through university life’ wee different. Thus, the results indicated that the use of time in daily life was related to one’s attitude towards vocation, schoolwork, and self.
著者
峰尾 菜生子
出版者
日本青年心理学会
雑誌
青年心理学研究 (ISSN:09153349)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.28, no.2, pp.67-85, 2017-02-03 (Released:2017-03-02)
参考文献数
61

This study aimed to develop a scale measuring university studentsʼ views of Japanese society. In study 1, 111 students provided free descriptions of their evaluations of society. The descriptions were classified into 11 categories. In study 2, based on the results of study 1, the Oneʼs View of Society Scale was developed, and its validity was examined. The participants comprised 271 students. Factor analysis yielded three subscales: “negative evaluations of selfish and self-righteous people,” “positive evaluations of a peaceful and affluent life,” and “respect for efforts.” Correlation analyses between the subscales and previous scales revealed that the validity of the Oneʼs View of Society Scale was acceptable. The results revealed that university studentsʼ views of society had the following features: (a) the studentsʼ conceptualizations of their image of ʻsocietyʼ was varied; (b) they negatively evaluated society as a whole, as well as politics, media, and human relations; (c) they considered affluence, culture, and peace as positive attributes of society; and (d) most students evaluated society negatively but there were individual differences in degree of anxiety to live in society.