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Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 13 - 20
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In order to obtain knowledge useful for first-year education and student instruction, the transition of academic performance during 4 years of university was retrospectively investigated for the higher and lower percentiles of grade point average (GPA) at the time of graduation from university. The self-evaluation score of learning outcomes, the PROG test score, and adaptation to university life were examined in the two groups. Furthermore, the relationship between the first-year academic performance and the scholastic ability before enrolling in university was analyzed. Comprehensive scholastic ability in high school fundamentally influenced the academic performance in university evaluated by GPA. Compared with the higher GPA group, the lower GPA group had lower scores on the PROG test and for feelings of selfaffirmation in the first year of university. We consider educational interventions in the pre-enrollment period and the first year of university to be highly important to improve academic performance throughout the 4-year period of university.
Creators : Sone Fumio | Ikeda Fumiko | Yoshimura Mari Updated At : 2022-05-09 18:26:32
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 1 - 11
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The Personal Data Protection Act is a law to balance "protection of individual rights and interests" and "utilization of personal data." It has been revised since its enactment in 2003 in accordance with social conditions and technological progress. The revision in 2020, which was reviewed every three years, was aimed at "protecting the rights and interests of individuals," "strengthening the utilization of data," and "corresponding to AI and big data." The revision in 2021 integrates the three laws of the Personal Data Protection Act, the Personal Data Protection Act of Administrative Agencies, and the Personal Data Protection Act of Incorporated Administrative Agencies into one law. Regarding the protection system, the post-integration law stipulates common rules nationwide, and the entire jurisdiction will be unified by the Personal Information Protection Commission. Under such circumstances, I studied the utilization of medical data.
Creators : Masunari Naomi Updated At : 2022-05-09 18:24:21
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 69 - 80
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A topological reference system is a theory that allows the visualization of the effects of a ring structure on the energy stabilization of π-electron conjugated systems. In this study, the original paper was reconfigured to introduce the definition of the topological reference system and practical calculation method.
Creators : Ohmae Takayuki Updated At : 2022-05-09 16:53:23
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 57 - 68
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Creators : Kosako Yukie | Sorata Tomoko Updated At : 2022-05-09 16:39:39
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 49 - 55
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Creators : Shintani Kayo | Kaneyasu Mayumi | Sonoda Junko | Nogi Akiko | Kato Motoshi Updated At : 2022-05-09 16:29:09
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 41 - 48
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Creators : Kato Motoshi | Sakamoto Moe | Shintani Kayo | Kaneyasu Mayumi | Sonoda Junko | Nogi Akiko | Tanaka Makiko Updated At : 2022-05-09 13:00:46
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 35 - 39
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Creators : Masunari Naomi | Suizu Kumiko | Azetsu Tadahiro Updated At : 2022-05-09 12:43:09
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 25 - 34
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The utilization of edible insects is one of the strategies against the global population explosion, food crisis and environmental problems. However, insect foods often have a distinct flavor, and it constricts the generalization of insect foods. Therefore an analysis was conducted with the aim of clarifying the palatable characteristics of insect foodstuffs. When the taste and smell of locust and cricket powders were examined, the characteristics differed depending on the type of insect. Furthermore, we tried to enhance the palatability by adding a certain flavor when making a cookie using insect powder. As a result, it was possible to enhance the palatability evaluation of cookies by adding various flavors.
Creators : Ohno Masahiro | Ikemi Ayaka | Inoue Mika Updated At : 2022-05-09 12:35:01
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 17 - 24
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The purpose of this study was to clarify the relationship between healthy life expectancy and lifestyle and other factors by utilizing real-world data such as open data from the National Database on Receipt Information and Specified Health Examination (NDB), which contains data on specified health examinations for approximately 20 million people nationwide. In men, fasting blood glucose of 126 mg/dL or more and financial capability index showed a negative correlation with healthy life expectancy, while sports activity rate and hobby activity rate showed a positive correlation with healthy life expectancy. In women, fasting blood glucose of 126 mg/dL or more and smoking habit showed a negative correlation with healthy life expectancy.
Creators : Hamaguchi Yuta | Azetsu Tadahiro | Terada Aki | Suizu Kumiko | Masunari Naomi Updated At : 2022-05-09 12:29:43
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 1 - 16
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For the purpose of clarifying the relationship between mortality rate of all causes of death and Mortality rate from malignant neoplasms and lifestyle-related factors and other factors by utilizing the open data of the receipt information / specific medical examination information database (NDB), We examined the health issues of Japan and Yamaguchi Prefecture from the perspective of a registered dietitian. In men, "fasting blood glucose level 110 mg / dL or more", "systolic blood pressure 140 mmHg or more", "drinking more than 2 times on drinking days" and the mortality rate of all causes of death showed an association, and "the frequency of drinking alcohol every day", "drinking more than 2 times on drinking days" and mortality rate from malignant neoplasms showed an association. In women, the mortality rate of all causes of death was associated with "diastolic blood pressure of 90 mmHg or more", "smoking habit", and "weight gain / loss in one year is ± 3 kg or more", and "smoking habit" was mortality rate from malignant neoplasms to malignant neoplasms. Mortality was associated.
Creators : Kaneshige Misaki | Azetsu Tadahiro | Suizu Kumiko | Terada Aki | Masunari Naomi Updated At : 2022-05-09 12:17:40
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 85 - 92
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Creators : Yokoyama Junichi Updated At : 2022-05-06 18:27:33
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 73 - 84
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This study investigated abuse to people with disabilities, considered "abuse to people with disabilities by employees of welfare facilities for people with disabilities" as described in each "Report on the Investigation Results" for the fiscal years 2015-2019, and considered the current situation and problems of abuse to them suggested by these reports. As a result, it became clear that intellectually disabled people are intensively abused, and that people in higher disable support categories and people with behavioral disorders (the terms used in the reports) are being increasingly abused.
Creators : Katsui Yoko Updated At : 2022-05-06 18:25:29
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 61 - 72
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This paper clarifies the work undertaken by public assistance caseworkers in Yamaguchi Prefecture by analyzing their weekly work diaries and comparing them with the work stipulated in the Public Assistance Act and the Social Welfare Act. The work of public assistance caseworkers was subdivided into 21 items. When the contents of the work were classified into the four categories of work stipulated in the Social Welfare Act, 44.6% of the work was made up of interviews; 24.5% was investigation; 47.9% was decision-making, and 1% was providing guidance. These findings indicate that public assistance caseworkers conduct interviews with those receiving assistance and with others connected with them, make decisions regarding whether to provide public assistance, and provide guidance according to the situation for the purpose of investigations that form the basis for the proper administration of public assistance. In addition, the ratio of the different aspects of their work indicates that there are only a few guidance tasks related to handling cases of fraud. Public assistance caseworkers have the heavy responsibility of having a high level of decision-making ability in deciding whether to provide public assistance as a physical manifestation of citizens’ right to life, based on the information obtained from investigations related to interviews with those receiving assistance.  Furthermore, with regard to the discretionary power of public assistance caseworkers in carrying out their work, it was found that although there is no room for discretion in the application of the law in guaranteeing a minimum standard of living, as this is a legally mandated task, they do have discretion in promoting self-reliance because they implement self-reliance support programs that are tailored to the situation on the ground in individual welfare offices. In addition, although there is no room for discretion regarding how to allocate energy when dealing with applications for starting or changing assistance due to the time constraints in the process leading up to making a decision, it was found that discretion was given to caseworkers in cases where they were making visits to households receiving continuing assistance, as these were planned on a yearly and monthly basis and implemented systematically.
Creators : Uchida Mitsunori Updated At : 2022-05-06 18:17:29
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 49 - 60
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In recent years, the importance of the co-creative communication approach has often been highlighted when examining communication in children with congenital deaf-blindness and children with severe and multiple disabilities. This paper describes some episodes of dyadic interactions and triadic interactions in a child with CHARGE syndrome and parents based on romantic science, and interprets it from the perspective of co-creative communication. It was suggested that an approach based on various signs and physical reactions of children with congenital deaf-blindness in actual communication situations is important for the co-creation communication approach.
Creators : Fujita Kumi | Nagase Kai Updated At : 2022-05-06 18:07:17
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 39 - 47
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Creators : Maeda Tetsuo Updated At : 2022-05-06 17:59:56
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 29 - 37
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Creators : Kusahira Takeshi Updated At : 2022-05-06 17:57:28
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 27 - 28
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Creators : Hasegawa Masashi Updated At : 2022-05-06 17:55:09
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 5 - 25
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Creators : Katoda Keiko Updated At : 2022-05-06 17:53:27
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 1 - 4
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Creators : Yokoyama Masahiro Updated At : 2022-05-06 17:48:20
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 283 - 284
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The purpose of this research is to examine spatial expression in graphic design through the creation of works. We will attempt to expand the expression of graphic design by pursuing the spatiality of the work itself rather than designing for advertisement or packaging.
Creators : Kohashi Keisuke Updated At : 2022-05-06 14:02:52
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 257 - 282
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This article introduced the table of contents of the literary magazine " SHI-EN" .This magazine was published in Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture from September 1938 to May 1942. This article covers the period rom from november december 1928 to September 1932.
Creators : Kato Yoshiyuki Updated At : 2022-05-06 13:48:15
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 235 - 248
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This study aims to examine the public diplomatic policies of the United States toward Okinawa, Japan, during President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s administration through the lens of his strategy of waging psychological warfare as an inexpensive tool to fight the Cold War. Much research has been expended on the role civilian agencies such as the Department of State played in the U.S. administration of military bases in Okinawa; however, this research focuses on how the Department of Defense, in a rare move, coordinated with civilian agencies to counter anti-U.S. sentiment in Okinawa. Formally institutionalized and militarized at the Executive Office of the President under the National Security Council in coordination with the Pentagon, the U.S. Okinawa policy proved to be a blueprint of public diplomacy and psychological warfare later used for the postwar disposition of conflict areas such as Iraq and Afghanistan. This study increases understanding of how the U.S. formulates shifting foreign policy aimed toward gaining not only external military control of foreign regions but also the minds of the local populace. Previous studies have pointed to the Eisenhower administration as transforming the president’s organizational apparatus to implement “the war of language.” This case study presents how the Eisenhower administration strengthened the power of the rhetorical presidency through its decisionmaking process with regard to U.S.-occupied Okinawa.
Creators : Yoshimoto Hideko Updated At : 2022-05-06 13:17:30
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 207 - 233
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Suo-Oshima Town, Yamaguchi Prefectural University, and Suo-Oshima High School signed an agreement of comprehensive cooperation on April 28, 2021. Professor Mizutani was asked to be the representative researcher to begin the “Suo-Oshima High School Aloha Project 2021.” With this project as the starting point, a joint collaboration was carried out on the promotion of Hawaiian culture through design in Suo-Oshima Town. This paper will investigate the Hawaiian culture promotion plan with particular focus on aloha shirts. In addition, as a practical study of design, it will verify the results of the workshops on making Hawaiian shirts, the fashion show, and the design exchanges which took place online. Finally, future challenges were identified for the purpose of contributing to the branding of Suo-Oshima Town through Hawaiian culture promotion.
Creators : Mizutani Yumiko | Matsuo Ryoko | Yamaguchi Hikaru | Kohashi Keisuke Updated At : 2022-05-06 13:13:23
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 197 - 205
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In this paper, we examined the photo gravure from the first issue of the magazine SUTAIRU to the first issue of Volume 2. The photo gravure of the magazines in the early days of the first issue contains the direction of handling Western clothing and Japanese clothing in a competitive manner. In addition, it was confirmed that the clothes recommended by SUTAIRU in the opening gravure had a close relationship with the craft design at that time.
Creators : Matsuo Ryoko Updated At : 2022-05-06 13:06:45
Academic Archives of Yamaguchi Prefectural University Volume 15 pp. 73 - 77
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The purpose of this study is to visualize the process of moving from anxiety to liberation of English proficiency held by Japanese assistants (hereinafter referred to as JA) dispatched to secondary schools in English speaking countries, and to show the growth and essential role of JA. As a result of analyzing the monthly reports of 16 JAs by paragraph and topic in four stages of their terms abroad, immediately after dispatch, 3 months, 6 months, and just before the end, it turned out that it went from the "English wall", through the stages of "thinking about the ideal way of learning a foreign language", "breaking down the English barrier", and to "releasing the anxiety of English proficiency". By the time the anxiety was released, the importance of the role of "catch-up" for students that JA supports was inferred. JA is a person who can "speak things that teachers cannot speak", and through "catch-up", students can not only catch up with the delay of learning but also teach English to the JA, while the JA can strengthen one’s position as JA and gain motivation for learning English. It can be guessed that a warm, personal relationship between the JA and students, that grows on an equal footing with each other, is established. In intercultural learning, JA and students have a mutually beneficial relationship and can break away from stereotypes of each other, and in a multilingual environment, English is regarded as one of the tools because of the enjoyment and acceptability of language exchange. It was suggested that those are factors that promote the development and growth of JA's English proficiency.
Creators : Furubeppu Hizuru Updated At : 2022-05-06 13:02:47