|Representative of Research ||NAOI Atsushi|
|Name of Research Group ||Advanced Studies on Information Society and Conditions, Advanced Empirical Sociology and Social Data Science, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University|
|Sampling Procedure ||A multi-stage stratified random sampling|
|List for Sampling ||the Japanese electoral roll|
|Mode of Data Collection ||face-to-face interview method and leave-and-pick-up survey|
|Data Collector ||Research Company|
|Start Year and Month of Research ||2001, 10|
|Area of Population ||Japan|
|Gender of Population ||Men and Women|
|Age of Population ||20 - 89|
|Sample Size ||1500|
|Number of Completed Responses ||1011|
|Response Rate ||67.40%|
|Subject ||Class, Social Stratification, Social Mobility, Social Psychology/Social Consciousness, Communication/Information/Symbol, Gender/Generation, Social Research Method, Leisure/Sports, Family, Education, Social Change|
|Papers and Reports |
"Naoi, A., T. Sugano & A. Iwabuchi, 2003, ""The Japan Survey on Information Society"" Annals of Human Sciencies (ISSN:02865149) 24(II): 125-53."
|Clarification of Source ||Publication based on the results of analyses performed with SRDQ should acknowledge those sources by means of bibliographic citations.
The bibliographic citaion for this research is:|
This citation must appear in footnotes or in the reference section of publications.
- Advanced Studies on Information Society and Conditions, Advanced Empirical Sociology and Social Data Science, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University (representative: NAOI Atsushi), 2001, "The Japan Survey on Information Society 2001 (JIS2001)" SRDQ Office ed. SRDQ: Social Research Database on Questionnaires (http://srdq.hus.osaka-u.ac.jp, [date of performing analysis])
The Japan Survey on Information Society 2004 (JIS2004)
The Japan Survey on Information Society 2002 (JIS2002)