7331001 Sociology

Numbering Code U-LET30 17331 LJ45 Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type special lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Mon.2
Instructor name TAROUMARU HIROSHI (Graduate School of Letters Professor)
MARUYAMA SATOMI (Graduate School of Letters Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course In this course, we will learn the significance and limits of social studies, as well as various methods and fundamental facts related to these topics. We will include both qualitative and quantitative studies. This course is positioned as an entryway to the entire subject of social studies.
Course Goals Understand the fundamental frame of mind of social surveys and the typical methods for qualitative and quantitative studies.
Schedule and Contents 1. What is a Social Survey?
2. The History of Social Surveys and Survey Ethics
3. Qualitative and Quantitative Surveys
4. Interview Surveys and Case Examples (1)
5. Interview Surveys and Case Examples (2) 
6. Fieldwork and Case Examples (1)
7. Fieldwork and Case Examples (2)
8. Media Analysis and Case Examples (1)  
9. Media Analysis and Case Examples (2)
10. Quantitative Analysis of Historical Records and Case Examples (1)  
11. Quantitative Analysis of Historical Records and Case Examples (2) 
12. Utilization of Existing Statistics and Case Examples 
13. Questionnaire Surveys and Case Examples (1)
14. Questionnaire Surveys and Case Examples (2)
15. Social Survey Design
Evaluation Methods and Policy Reports
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Students will design and implement a survey using any of the methods introduced in class.
Textbooks Textbooks/References None
References, etc. Will be presented in class
PAGE TOP