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Title: <招待論文:学内論考>コロナ禍下における大学生の主観的幸福度
Other Titles: <Invited Paper (in-Kyoto University)>Subjective Happiness of University Students under the COVID-19 Pandemic
Authors: 北條, 睦実子  KAKEN_name
戸城, 美佑  KAKEN_name
遠山, 美樹  KAKEN_name
中里, 英史  KAKEN_name
古川, 真守  KAKEN_name
城越, 望  KAKEN_name
下村, 昂平  KAKEN_name
森脇, 真人  KAKEN_name
石原, 慶一  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Hojo, Mutsuko
Toshiro, Miyu
Toyama, Miki
Nakazato, Hidefumi
Furukawa, Mamoru
Shirokoshi, Nozomu
Shimomura, Kohei
Moriwaki, Masato
Ishihara, Keiichi N.
Keywords: 主観的幸福度
COVID-19
大学生
オンライン授業
Subjective Happiness
COVID-19
University Students
On-line Courses
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2020
Publisher: 京都大学高等教育研究開発推進センター
Journal title: 京都大学高等教育研究
Volume: 26
Start page: 41
End page: 50
Abstract: 2020年に流行が始まった新型コロナウイルスの影響は全世界におよび、日本でも外出自粛などの感染防止対策がなされた。その結果、多くの大学の授業は4月以降オンライン授業となり学生は大学に登校することなく受講し、学生と教員、あるいは学生同士が対面で接する機会が著しく減少した。このような状況は学生の主観的幸福度にどのように影響したかを調べるために、2020年7月、京都大学ILAS セミナー受講生を通じて全国の大学生を対象に調査を実施し、144人から回収した回答を、SNSの利用状況、趣味、勉強の効率、人と接する機会、収入、睡眠時間、食生活の変化について分析し考察した。その結果、趣味、勉強の効率、人と接する機会の減少と幸福度の変化には僅かに相関が認められたものの、その影響は小さく、主観的幸福度には大きな影響はなかった。したがって、本調査の学生は状況の変化に翻弄されることなく、これまでの幸福度を維持していることが窺われた。
The COVID-19 pandemic, which began to prevail in early 2020, has spread all over the world. The infection prevention measures such as the request for self-restraint have also been taken in Japan. As a result, many university classes have moved online, so that students have been able to take courses without going to university. The number of face-to-face meetings between students and teachers or among students has decreased significantly. In July 2020, we surveyed and analyzed the changes in the subjective happiness of university students. This study mainly examins how the changes in SNS usage, hobbies, study efficiency, access to people, income, sleeping hours, and dietary habits affect student's happiness. A total of 144 answers extracted by a convenience sampling method from all over Japan was collected and analyzed. As a result, there was a slight correlation between happiness and changes in hobbies, study efficiency, and contact with people. However, the subjective happiness of students was not significantly affected. We found that students maintained their happiness while taking actions to mitigate changes in their situation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/261205
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