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A Study of the Relationship between Students' Sense of “Ibasho” and the Abilities Developed in Special Activities
Sense of Ibasho
Junior High School
The purpose of this study was to clarify the relationship between the sense of “Ibasho” and the ability to develop a sense of “Ibasho” in special activities. A questionnaire was administered to 412 junior high school students to measure the relationship between a sense of “Ibasho” and the ability to develop a sense of “Ibasho” in special activities. The results showed that the sense of “Ibasho” consisted of two factors, “sense of authenticity” and “sense of self-usefulness”, and the ability developed in special activities consisted of three factors, “ability to contribute”, “ability to cooperate”, and “attachment to the class”. Multiple regression analyses revealed that all three factors, contribution, cooperation, and attachment to the classroom, had significant positive effects on the “sense of authenticity”. These same three factors also had significant positive effects on the “sense of self-usefulness”. These results indicate that the ability developed in special activities has a positive effect on the sense of “Ibasho”.
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