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タイトル: 静岡県の高校部活動における制度的変化と「活動加入状況」に関する教育社会学的考察 : 学習指導要領改訂前後の比較調査をもとに
その他のタイトル: A Sociological Study of Institutional Changes of Club Activities in High Schools and "The Joining Pattern into Sports/Cultura Activities"in Shizuoka Prefecture with Comparatively Examines on Pre- and Post- 1999 National Curriculum
著者: 西島, 央
中澤, 篤史
著者(別言語): Nishijima, Hiroshi
Nakazawa, Atsushi
発行日: 2007年3月10日
出版者: 東京大学大学院教育学研究科
掲載誌情報: 東京大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 46巻, 2007.3, pp. 99-120
抄録: During the course of this research our goal has been to illustrate the factors that affect the commitment of secondary school pupils'vis-a-vis their schools and future educational goals and career trajectories. The basis for this evaluation stems from an examination of pupil participation in various school-based club activities. Our findings have led us to the conclusion that if we are to understand how the nature of school culture is changing then we need to recognize that the idea of a homogenous school culture is being surpassed by one of a much more heterogeneous nature. Today, the on-going impact of the 1998/1999 national curriculum (course of study) that resulted in a reduction or abolition of club-activities has led to a re-examination of the co-operative linkage between schools, parents, and the wider community. Such a re-examination is certain to, once again, impact and bring future change to both schools and club-activities. In light of this we've collected evidence twice with questionnaires on high-school students in Shizuoka, pre and post the 1999 national curriculum. We examined two factors in comparative method. The one is condition of students'joining/non-joining in club-activities from their junior high school days, and their commitments. And the other is the socio-economic situation of their families that affect their commitments on club-activities and other activities in the wider community. In doing so, we put forward an agenda for club-activities changes, and for both schooling and life-long education linkage between schools, homes, and the wider community. To date, our findings (based on our own survey evidence) point towards three features of the students. 1) compared pre-1999 national curriculum with post-it, the proportion of students'joiners on club-activities reduced. 2) students who have high inclinations to sports/cultural activities or who have come from some higher income status want to join on non-school based activities even after leaving club-activities. On the other hand the opposite students want to leave any activities. 3) students who have high inclinations but from lower income status left any activities, and students who have low inclinations but from high income status want to join in non-school based activities even after leaving club-activities. These evidence results in the possibilities the linkage students'opportunities of joiners on various activities to conditions of their families'income status. And we have to prepare "safety-nets" for students in lower income status.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/15933
ISSN: 13421050


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