Departmental Bulletin Paper 小中学生の援助行動表出に関する研究 : 「表に表れない思いやり」行動の出現に着目して <研究論文 : 学習開発学の今>
A study of the expression of helping behavior of elementary school and junior high-school students : Observing the appearance of “omoiyari” that is not expressed in action <Research Article>

宮里, 智恵  ,  髙橋, 均  ,  森川, 敦子

(8)  , pp.211 - 221 , 2015-03-16 , 広島大学大学院教育学研究科学習開発学講座
This study aimed to obtain basic data from school students about the occurrences of omoiyari that were not expressed in their actions. In all, 533 elementary and junior high school students responded to our survey. The participants were asked what would they do in three particular situations: (1) a classmate falls down; (2) a classmate forgets their homework; (3) a classmate is seen crying behind the school building. The results were as follows. The older the students become, the more they show the unexpressed omoiyari behavior. In situation 3, eighth- and ninth-grade students were most likely to show unexpressed omoiyari. The main motivations behind unexpressed omoiyari behavior are taking perspective, lack of social skills, and internalized conscience. We intend to use these results to develop a moral education program for elementary and junior high school students.

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