Overview of the Research
Social Stratification and Mobility (SSM95A)
Representative of Research SEIYAMA Kazuo
Name of Research Group 1995 social stratification and social mobility research group
Sampling Procedure A multi-stage stratified random sampling
List for Sampling the Japanese electoral roll
Mode of Data Collection face-to-face interview method
Data Collector Research Company and University
Start Year and Month of Research 1995, 10
Area of Population Japan
Gender of Population Men and Women
Age of Population 20 - 69
Sample Size 4032
Number of Completed Responses 2653
Response Rate 65.80%
Subject Leisure/Sports, Gender/Generation, Communication/Information/Symbol, Social Psychology/Social Consciousness, Class, Social Stratification, Social Mobility, Management/Industry/Labor, Social Change, Political/Omternational, Discrimination, Education, Family
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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:
  • 1995 social stratification and social mobility research group (representative: SEIYAMA Kazuo), 1995, "Social Stratification and Mobility (SSM95A)" SRDQ Office ed. SRDQ: Social Research Database on Questionnaires (http://srdq.hus.osaka-u.ac.jp, [date of performing analysis])
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