Research on definition and operation of University Identity

Research on definition and operation of University Identity

Religion and Wellbeing: Viewpoint an and Wellbeing: Viewpointd Wellbeing: Viewpoint Wellbein and Wellbeing: Viewpointg: Viewpoint Viewpoin and Wellbeing: Viewpointt s and Perspectives of Recent Rese an and Wellbeing: Viewpointd Wellbeing: Viewpoint Pers and Perspectives of Recent Resepectives and Perspectives of Recent Rese of Recent Rese Recen and Wellbeing: Viewpointt Res and Perspectives of Recent Resee arch in Japan in and Wellbeing: Viewpoint Japan and Wellbeing: Viewpoint Yoshihide Sakurai Graduate School of Letters, Sociology October 12, 2017 2 Outlin and Wellbeing: Viewpointe 1 Well-bein and Wellbeing: Viewpointg in and Wellbeing: Viewpoint Eas and Perspectives of Recent Reset As and Perspectives of Recent Reseia 2 Review of Recent Rese literatures and Perspectives of Recent Rese on and Wellbeing: Viewpoint well-bein and Wellbeing: Viewpointg an and Wellbeing: Viewpointd Wellbeing: Viewpoint religion and Wellbeing: Viewpoint 3 Research Res and Perspectives of Recent Reseearch in Japan Data An and Wellbeing: Viewpointalys and Perspectives of Recent Reseis and Perspectives of Recent Rese an and Wellbeing: Viewpointd Wellbeing: Viewpoint res and Perspectives of Recent Reseults and Perspectives of Recent Rese Implication and Wellbeing: Viewpoints and Perspectives of Recent Rese 4 Future research Future res and Perspectives of Recent Reseearch in Japan 3 Nation and Wellbeing: Viewpointal Average Happin and Wellbeing: Viewpointes and Perspectives of Recent Reses and Perspectives of Recent Rese -WORLD HAPPINESS REPORT 2015-16 2015-16 Ran and Wellbeing: Viewpointkin and Wellbeing: Viewpointg of Recent Rese Happin and Wellbeing: Viewpointes and Perspectives of Recent Reses and Perspectives of Recent Rese 2 015 GDP an and Wellbeing: Viewpointd Wellbeing: Viewpoint Happin and Wellbeing: Viewpointes and Perspectives of Recent Reses and Perspectives of Recent Rese Switzerland World Ranking 2016 Denmark GDP

Finland Australia United States Belgium United Kingdom Singapore Germany France Thailand Japan South Korea Hong Kong Happiness China 2 83 Japan 3 53 Korea 11 58 Indonesia 16 79

Taiwan 22 35 Thailand 27 33 Hong Kong 34 75 Malaysia 35 47 Singapore 39 22 Philippines 40 82 Vetnam 50

96 China Syria Ranking of Happiness World Happiness Report 2016 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 The Earth Institute Columbia University Regressions to Explain National Average Happiness: Log GDP per capita, Social support, Healthy life expectancy at birth, Freedom to make life choices, Generosity, Perceptions of corruption Well-being and individual/social conditions Medical and nursing care Life philosophy

community Mental health and Happiness Life attitude Social norm and culture Working place Social security and social capital 5 Ruut Veenhovens four qualities of life and religions Life chance Life result Outer quality Inner quality Livability of environment Utility of life Life-ability of persons Appreciation of life FBO and FRO promote peoples life chance by social

work. Religions provide social and spiritual resources. Religions provide mental and social capital in their congregation. Religions provide happiness by their teaching and ritual. 6 Review of papers on SSSR 2001-2015 1 Schnittker, Jason, 2001, When is Faith Enough?: The Effects of Religious Involv ement on Depression, JSSR40-3:393-411. 2 Pargament, Kenneth I.2001, et all, Religious Coping Among the Religious: The Relationships Between Religious Coping and Well-Being in a National Sample of Presbyterian Clergy, Elders, and Members, JSSR40-3:497-513. 29 Jong Hyun Jung, 2015, Sense of Divine Involvement and Sense of Meaning in Lif e: Religious Tradition as a Contingency, JSSR54-1:119-133. 30 Clemens M. Lechner and Thomas Leopold, 2015, Religious Attendance Buffers t he Impact of Unemployment on Life Satisfaction: Longitudinal Evidence from Ge rmany, JSSR54-1:166-174. 7 Findings Methodology is statistical analysis of general social survey. Religious factors such as attendance, belief, and human support in congregation generally have positive effect on subjective well-bein g. Especially for elders, underclass, and African-American. Coping effect for loss experience such as divorce/bereavement, ill ness, and unemployment. Chinese religions such as Buddhist and Taoist ritual, fortune tellin g, and folk karmic dogma have negative effect, and Japanese religi ons have ambiguous one.

8 Japanese literatures Kaneko ISSP1998 Religion In US positive impact of marriage, class consciousness, religious attitude, and education (in this order) on happiness In Japan class consciousness, marriage, and sex in this order, an d no impact by religious belief Kawabata ISSP2008 Religion and happiness are correlated in almost countries In Japan no correlation, however, no unhappy person with religi ous belief. 9 My research Data: Multiple random sampling survey in Japan by a research compa ny Interviewed respondents are 1200 persons. Hypothesis: Religious belief and attitude should have a certain impact on su bjective well-being in contemporary Japan. Question: Comparing other social factors, to what extent does religion ha ve impact to happiness of Japanese? 10 Descriptive Results: Happiness and Health level of happiness level of health

very happy 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 very unhappy healthy very healthy fairly healthy fairly bad very bad unhealty 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 0 10 20 30

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Spiritual and occultist Q15I, K, L Pearsons R Sig. N Sig. N Sig. N Institutionally Cus and Perspectives of Recent Resetomary Spiritual and religious oculist religious and Perspectives of Recent Rese .087** .003 1182 .112** .000 1177 -.009 .764 1184 .041 .158 1172 .090** .002 1179 .112** .000 1177 .041 .158

1172 .279** .000 1174 -.009 .764 1184 .090** .002 1179 .279** .000 1174 18 Summary of Recent Rese an and Wellbeing: Viewpointalys and Perspectives of Recent Resees and Perspectives of Recent Rese The customary and institutional religious activities have positive impa ct to subjective well-being in Japan, however, spiritual and occultis t one have negative one. In contrast with former studies in Japan and East Asian countries, this study shows certain degree of religious function. Still, another question is that Japanese traditional religions does not have congregations and how just customary religious attitude cope with distress among unbelieving people. This is sharp contrastive with the Christian based church model. 19 Future s and Perspectives of Recent Resetud Wellbeing: Viewpointy Are happy and unhappy polar opposite concept and emotion in human recognition and social consciousness? How can we make a measurement of relativistic and variable idea and emotio n? How should we consider the difference between happy and satisfied in ter ms of material and spiritual resources? Which people of unhappy, modest, and happy do religious activities ha ve positive and negative impact to? Possible answers are conventionally to unhappy people. In this study I try to m ake unhappy-people group (under 4 N=247) and conduct regression analysis,

however, the result is that any religious activities do not have any meaningful effects to their happiness. In contrast, among happy-people group (over 5 N=9 24) religious attitude function. 20 Ref Recent Reseeren and Wellbeing: Viewpointces and Perspectives of Recent Rese: Viewpoint Dedong Wei and Eric Y. Liu, 2013,Religious Involvement and Depression: Evidence for Curvili near and Stress-Moderating Effects Among Young Women in Rural China, JSSR52-2:349365. Ellison, G. Christopher, 1991,Religious Involvement and Subjective Well-Being, Journal of Health and Social Behavior 32(1):80-99. Roemer, Michael K., 2010, Religion and Psychological Distress in Japan, Social Forces 89-2:5 59-583. Ruut Veenhoven, 2000, The Four Qualities of Life: Ordering Concepts and Measures of the Good Life, Journal of Happiness Studies 1: 139. ,2004, : ISSP 3:348-367. ,2016, 8 42:189-208. ,2017, 32 1 80-95. ,2013, 19:79-95.

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