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"Comparatively Happy" – Objective precarity and perception of social exclusion in Germany and Japan: Discussion of the German and Japanese Questionnaire

May 19 - December 12, 2018

The aim of this non-public workshop was to discuss the German and Japanese versions of the questionnaire which will be used in our national surveys on objective precarity and subjective perception of social exclusion in both countries. The invited experts gave valuable criticism and comments based on which the questionnaire can be finalized in order to go into field later this year.

For more information on the project, click here.

PARTICIPANTS:

 

  1. Prof. Heinz Bude (Kassel University)
  2. Prof. Ernst-Dieter Lantermann (Kassel University)
  3. Prof. Hiroshi Ishida (Tokyo University)
  4. Prof. Seiko Yamazaki (Dentsu Institute for Human Studies)
  5. Prof. Yoshimichi Sato (Tohoku University, Sendai)
  6. Prof. Ryozo Yoshino (Institute for Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo)
  7. Prof. Ulrich Möhwald (Chubu University)
  8. Prof. Florian Coulmas (Director of the DIJ)
  9. Dr. Carola Hommerich (DIJ)

 

Presentations

13.30-13.45h
Welcoming address

Florian Coulmas


German Institute for Japanese Studies

13.45 -14.15h
Introduction to the project

Heinz Bude, University of Kassel, Ernst-Dieter Lantermann, University of Kassel

14.15-15.30h
Discussion of the questionnaire: problem questions

Carola Hommerich


German Institute for Japanese Studies

15.30-16.00h
Coffee break

16.00-18.00h
Discussion of the questionnaire: intercultural and methodological problems

Carola Hommerich


German Institute for Japanese Studies

Projects

Comparatively Happy – Objective Precarity and Subjective Exclusion in Germany and Japan

Happiness in Japan: Continuities and Discontinuities