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|Title: ||子どもたちの感情はどのように変化したか : 教師の目からみた特徴|
|Other Titles: ||Changes in the emotions of pupils nowadays: Based on group-interviews with teachers|
|Authors: ||速水, 敏彦|
|Keywords: ||changes in emotions|
|Issue Date: ||27-Dec-2002|
|Citation: ||名古屋大学大学院教育発達科学研究科紀要. 心理発達科学. v.49, 2002, p.197-206|
|Abstract: ||The purpose of this study is to examine the changes in the emotions that took place in the pupils nowadays as compared to the pupils more than 10 years ago, the causes for such changes and future educational implications. Data were collected through interviews with veteran teachers. Subjects were 68 teachers from six elementary schools and six high schools, most of whom had over 15 years of experience in instructing and caring for pupils. Firstly, a simple questionnaire was administered on the subjects to determine the changes in the emotions between the pupils nowadays and the pupils in the past. The following six aspects of emotions were examined, anger, sadness, joy, fear, surprise and fun. Next, Several teachers in each school were interviewed as a group by the first author. They were asked to respond to the following questions: (1). What are the characteristics found in the emotions expressed by pupils nowadays? (2). What contribute to such characteristics? (3). In terms of educating the pupils, what should the schools do to help pupils better develop their emotions? From the interviews, basing on the teachers' daily observations of pupils, we could conclude the characteristics of the pupils' emotions as follows. (1) Pupils nowadays were more likely to feel angry than pupils in the past, whereas the former were less likely to have and express sadness, joy, fear, surprise and fun than the latter, (2) The characteristics of the emotions among pupils were mainly determined by parents and culture, (3) Group activities, such as, field study and athletic club, would have a positive impact on the pupils' emotional growth.|
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