Design and Analysis of Data in Sample Surveys on Japanese National Character (Data Science Approach) C HIKIO H AYASHI * 1. Introduction — Comparative Perspectives across Time and Space Social research based on surveys has two important pillars, one being the continuing survey (time series survey), and another being the cross-societal or cross-cultural comparative survey. Methodologically speaking, each kind of survey has its own dif cult problems. It is a most crucial theme for us to study the methodology and methods to overcome these problems. Analysis from time series data implies clari cation of enduring features and changing features — changing patterns [5,7,17]. From comparative study of different cultural spheres, the following ndings (Fig. 1) are obtained [5–10]. Figure 1. * The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Sakuragaoka Birijian 304, 15-8 Sakuragaoka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0031, Japan. e-mail: kazue@med.Teikyo-u.ac.jp Comparative Sociology, Volume 1, issue 1 Ó 2002 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden 94 ² Hayashi These two are summarized in Fig. 2 and Fig. 3. Figure 2. Figure 3. 2. Design of the Japanese National Character Surveys — Time Series Data In the present paper, the former case, i.e. the analysis from time series data, is treated from the point
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Published: Jan 1, 2002
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