NFRJ08 Publications

PDF files of the reports are available (except for questionnaires and reprint articles) from the lists below. Printed version is available on the request to the NFRJ Office.

The First Report

日本家族社会学会 全国家族調査委員会 (2010.4)『第3回家族についての全国調査 (NFRJ08) 第一次報告書』日本家族社会学会 全国家族調査委員会.

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Due to mistakes under the editing process of the report, some serious errors are in the "Questionnaire" section in its last pages.

  • The age range for the Middle-Aged Questionnaires (壮年者用調査票) is indicated as "28~47歳". It should be "48~62歳".
  • The age range for the Senior Questionnaire (高齢者用調査票) is indicated as "28~47歳". It should be "63~72歳".
  • The Senior Questionnaire (高齢者用調査票) is totally different. We printed the Middle-Aged Questionnaire (壮年者用調査票) by mistake. Please see the PDF file version listed in the NFRJ08 Questionnaires page.

The frequency table for the "DID" variable (p. 35) contains errors, which we have dectected through data cleaning after the publication of the report. See Errata (until 2010.7.1: PDF file 82 kb) for the correct figure.

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[ERRATA (until 2010.7.1: PDF file 82 kb)]


まえがき [Preface]
まえがき [Preface] (嶋崎 尚子) pp. 3-4
I. 調査のねらいとデザイン [Aim and the design of the survey]
1. 「第3回家族についての全国調査 (NFRJ08)」の意義と経過 (稲葉 昭英) pp. 7-12
2. 調査票の構造 (嶋崎 尚子・田中 慶子) pp. 13-20
3. サンプリングとデータの基本特性 (田中 重人) pp. 21-30
II. 調査結果の概要 [Outline of the survey results]
4. 対象者の基本特性と世帯の情報 (永井 暁子) pp. 33-47
5. 離家と就業 (鈴木 富美子・西野 理子) pp. 49-59
6. 家族キャリア (澤口 恵一・品田 知美) pp. 61-77
7. 夫婦関係 (土倉 玲子) pp. 79-88
8. 家族に関する意識 (島 直子) pp. 89-93
9. 健康状態 (西村 純子) pp. 95-102
10. 子との関係 (田渕 六郎・筒井 淳也・松信 ひろみ) pp. 103-136
11. 妊娠・出産と就業 (福田 亘孝) pp. 137-141
12. 親との関係 (金 貞任) pp. 143-159
13. きょうだいとの関係 (保田 時男) pp. 161-180
14. 義親との関係 (施 利平) pp. 181-191
15. 援助ネットワーク (井田 瑞江) pp. 193-209
III. 資料編 [Documents]
16. データクリーニングの概況 (松田 茂樹) pp. 213-228
個人情報保護関連 pp. 229-232

The Second Report (4 volumes)

(2011.9.5)『第3回家族についての全国調査 (NFRJ08) 第2次報告書』日本家族社会学会 全国家族調査委員会.
Second Report on the National Family Research of Japan, 2008 (NFRJ08). Committee on the National Family Research of Japan (NFRJ), The Japan Society of Family Sociology.

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A common preface in pp. i-vi of each volume: “第2次報告書刊行にあたって”, “NFRJ08研究会について”

Volume 1. Family and Work. Edited by Sigeto TANAKA and Akiko NAGAI

第1巻 田中重人・永井暁子 (編) 『家族と仕事』

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  1. Junko NISHIMURA. What Determines Employment of Women with Infants?: Comparisons among NFRJ98, NFRJ03, NFRJ08. pp. 1-16. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  2. Shinichi MATSUI. The Contribution of Support Networks to Married Women’s Employment: Comparison analysis on Type of Employment using Multinominal Logit Model. pp. 17-34.
  3. Junko INUI. The Effects of Wife’s Regularly Working and Couple’s Gender Role Attitudes on the Division of Household Labor: Analysis of NFRJ08 Data. pp. 35-54.
  4. Junya TSUTSUI. Gender Segregation of Housework in Japan: An Analysis using NFRJ08. pp. 55-73.
  5. Hiromi MATSUNOBU. The Factor in Dual-earner Wives’ Satisfaction of Husbands’ Household work and Childrearing. pp. 75-88.
  6. Fumiko SUZUKI. The Balance between Work and Lifestyle for Married Women in Employment: Changing trends over the last ten years and a comparison of different life stages. pp. 89-109. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  7. Jihey BAE. Couple’s Occupational Type and Work-Family Conflict. pp. 111-127.
  8. Tetsuro UCHIDA. Is it Problem Which Part of Family Role is Hindered?: Difference Between the Male and Female about Family Role Contents Prescribing Work-Family Conflict. pp. 129-141.
  9. Sigeto TANAKA. The Economic Situation of Those Who Have Experienced Divorce: The Gender Gap in Equivalent Household Income. pp. 143-163. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  10. [Resource] National Family Research of Japan 2008 (NFRJ08) Code Table. pp. 167-189.
  11. [Resource] Records of Non-Response Sample Code Table. pp. 191.
  12. [Resource] Forms and Records of NFRJ08 Data Joint Use Project. pp. 193-200.

Volume 2. Dynamics of Intergenerational Relationships. Edited by Rokuro TABUCHI and Naoko SHIMAZAKI

第2巻 田渕六郎・嶋崎尚子 (編) 『世代間関係の動態』

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  1. Rokuro TABUCHI. Changing Intergenerational Coresidence and Proximity and its Determinants in Japan. pp. 1-14. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  2. Reiko YAMATO. A Comparison of Determinants between Married Children’s Coresidence with the Father and with the Mother in Present-day Japan. pp. 15-36.
  3. Liping SHI. Confucianism and Intergenerational Relations among Japan, China and Korea. pp. 37-64.
  4. Yoku KADO. Positive Analysis on Norm on Caring for Elderly Parents of Japanese Women: Focusing on Comparing Phase of Everyday Affairs of Care with Phase of Ideal of Care. pp. 65-82.
  5. Naoko SHIMAZAKI. The Consultative Interactions between Parents and Children. pp. 83-102.
  6. Keiko TANAKA. The Evaluation of the Relationship with Parents by Adult children and its Determinants. pp. 103-118. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  7. [Resource] NFRJ08 Questionnaire for Respondents Aged 28-47. pp. 119-144.
  8. [Resource] NFRJ08 Questionnaire for Respondents Aged 48-62. pp. 145-170.
  9. [Resource] NFRJ08 Questionnaire for Respondents Aged 63-72. pp. 171-192.
  10. [Resource] Records of Visiting Log and Non-response Sample. pp. 193-196.

Volume 3. Family Formation and Child Care. Edited by Nobutaka FUKUDA and Michiko NISHINO

第3巻 福田亘孝・西野理子 (編)『家族形成と育児』

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  1. Yoshinori KAMO. Father-Child Relationship: Its Quality, Causes, and Changes in Recent Years. pp. 1-16. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  2. Keiichi SAWAGUCHI. Sibling Composition and the Timing of First Marriage in Japan. pp. 17-28.
  3. Tomomi SHINADA. How Mothers’ Attitudes towards Children have Changed: Between 1998 and 2008 in Japan. pp. 29-46. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  4. Naoko SHIMA. Regional Differences in Husbands’ Gender-Role Attitudes. pp. 47-62.
  5. Michiko NISHINO. The change of the gender role division consciousness in the NFRJ three surveys. pp. 63-78. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  6. Nobutaka FUKUDA. The Myth of Late Marriage in Japan: The Relation between Age at Marriage and Low Fertility Revisited. pp. 79-94.
  7. Shigeki MATSUDA. Transformation of father’s participation in child rearing from NFRJ. pp. 95-104. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  8. Takako YAMAGISHI, Nami KOBAYASHI. Characteristics of the Family Impact on Child Discipline. pp. 105-118.
  9. INABA Akihide. [Reprint] An Appraisal of Difficulties Encountered during National Family Research of Japan, with a View to Improving the Third Survey (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 19(2)). pp. 121-128.
  10. YASUDA Tokio. [Reprint] Constructing Multiple Questionnaires for National family Research of Japan (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 19(2)). pp. 129-136.
  11. Shigeki MATSUDA. [Reprint] The Frequency of Question Items Used in National Family Research of Japan (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 19(2)). pp. 137-144.
  12. SHIMAZAKI Naoko. [Reprint] Establishment of the NFRJ, Part 1: Toward Implementing NFRJ08 (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 21(1)). pp. 145-148.
  13. Michiko NISHINO. [Reprint] Establishment of the NFRJ, Part 2: The Family Panel Surveys as a New Project (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 21(1)). pp. 149-152.
  14. SHIMA Naoko, SHINADA Tomomi, TANAKA Keiko. [Reprint] Establishment of the NFRJ, Part3: Continuity of Survey Items and New Departures (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 21(1)). pp. 153-162.
  15. TANAKA Sigeto. [Reprint] NFRJ08 Sampling and Survey Implementation (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 21(2)). pp. 163-168.
  16. Naoko Shima. [Reprint] The Effect of Wives’ Contributions to Family Income on Husbands’ Gender Role Attitude: Interaction Based on the Socioeconomic Status of Husbands (Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 23(1)). pp. 169-180.
  17. Naoko Shima. [Reprint] The Effect of Wives’ Contributions to Family Income on Wives’ Gender Role Attitude: With Particular Reference to the Interaction with Husbands’ Socioeconomic Status (Sophia Junior College Faculty Journal, 31: 51-60). pp. 181-190.

Volume 4. Social Stratification / Social Networks. Edited by Akihide INABA and Tokio YASUDA

第4巻 稲葉昭英・保田時男 (編)『階層・ネットワーク』

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  1. Tokio YASUDA. Methods to Apply Multilevel Modeling to NFRJ Survey Data: Effective Use of Multiple Dyadic Family Surveys. pp. 1-20.
  2. HIRASAWA Kazushi. The Effects of Sibling Configuration on Educational Attainment. pp. 21-44.
  3. Sohei ARAMAKI. Correlations Between Family Members’ Academic Qualifications: The Effects of Grandparents’, Uncle’s, and Aunt’s on Child’s One. pp. 45-60.
  4. Tsuyoshi SUGANO. Changes in Social Support Networks in Japan between 1998 and 2008. pp. 61-82. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  5. Yoshiharu DAINICHI. The Structure of a Married Person’s Social Support. pp. 83-98.
  6. Yasuko NAKANISHI. Filial Obligation and Regional Characteristics: The Influence of regional family structure. pp. 99-110.
  7. Jung-Nim KIM. Married Children Giving Nonfinancial Support to Parents and Parents-in-law. pp. 111-130.
  8. Akihide INABA. Effects of Parental Death, Divorce and Remarriage on Children’s Educational Attainment in Japan. pp. 131-158. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used
  9. Tokio YASUDA. [Resource] Summary of Supplementary Data Cleaning. pp. 161-169.
  10. [Resource] Records of Presentations in Academic Meeting and Published Papers Using NFRJ08 Data Sets (by July 2011). p. 170.
  11. Akihide INABA. [Reprint] Data Characteristics of the NFRJ08 (National Family Research of Japan) Data Set: The Effects of Spare Samples, Response Rate, and Proportion of Those Currently Married. pp. 171-176.
  12. NAGAI Akiko. [Reprint] Respondents’ Attributions of NFRJ08 (National Family Research of Japan, 2008). pp. 177-182.
  13. Akihide INABA. [Reprint] Trends and Future Direction of the Japanese Family: Analyses of NFRJ (National Family Research of Japan) 98, 03, and 08 Data. pp. 183-192. [NFRJ98] [NFRJ03] also used

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