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Cross-cultural survey data for Japan and France were analyzed in various aspects by a quantification method of response pattern, equivalent to Benzécri’s analyse des correspondances. New findings regarding consistencies and differences in ways of thinking between the two peoples emerged....
A stability of clusters can be defined by the tolerance for a small disturbance in the data. An estimating expression of the stability is shown in reference to the case of single-linkage algorithm. As one of the applications of this stability, the method of deciding on the number of...
In order to discuss selected issues on the methodology of social utility assessment, this paper shows an illustrative procedure in which consumer preferences for several performances and costs of residential air-coolers are analyzed. The focuses are related to the selection of a fundamental set...
Survey findings from personal interviews with respondents in three countries (Japan, West Germany, and the United States) are used to determine differences in attitudes toward the role of women in these respective countries. Findings are first classified for each country by sex and age groups on...
Examined were Japanese & US Rs’ attitudes toward “way of life” related to work. Two sets of data were utilized: (1) Cross societal comparative data obtained through 1978 surveys carried out in the US & Japan, gathered from a national sample of adults in each society, chosen on the basis of a...
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