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Promoting Political Participation through Experience-based Political Education
Unformatted Document Text:  a. Comics describing the process of one amateur woman who decided to run for Diet and actually engaged in the legislation in order to promote a barrier free society. b. Pointing out the importance of selecting right political party in the election, and instruct the students how to learn about political parties through internet. c. Manual to conduct mock elections, starting from making platform, conducting political speech, and engaging in policy discussion. Table18 Political Interest and Influence from School Education Influence from Class and Textbook Strong Relatively strong Relatively weak Weak Total Percent Strong 6% 5% 4% 8% 5% Relatively Strong 49 44 38 27 42 Relatively Weak 30 32 38 18 32 Weak 13 13 11 31 14 Political Interest DN/NA 3 5 9 16 7 Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% x 2 = 32.353 01 . < p , Note: N=557 Table19 Sense of Duty for Voting and Influence from School Education Influence from Class and Textbook Strong Relatively Strong Relatively Weak Weak Total Percent Strong 22% 20% 19% 4% 19% Relatively Strong 44 29 35 18 32 Neither 13 12 8 14 11 Relatively Weak 3 17 14 16 14 Weak 15 15 16 31 17 Sense of Duty for Voting DN/NA 3 7 8 16 7 Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% x 2 = 39.435 01 . < p , Note: N=557 Table20 External Political Efficacy and Influence from School Education (1) Influence from Class and Textbook Strong Relatively Strong Relatively Weak Weak Total Percent Agree 18% 15% 14% 33% 17% Somewhat Agree 20 13 22 6 16 Neither 9 15 9 18 13 Somewhat Disagree 27 31 25 14 27 Disagree 20 18 19 12 18 Elections are the only means to influence the government. DN/NA 5 10 11 16 10 Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% x 2 = 33.433 001 . < p , Note: N=557 20

Authors: Ishibashi, Shoichiro. and Chieko, Otsuru.
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a.
Comics describing the process of one amateur woman who decided to run for Diet and
actually engaged in the legislation in order to promote a barrier free society.
b.
Pointing out the importance of selecting right political party in the election, and instruct the
students how to learn about political parties through internet.
c.
Manual to conduct mock elections, starting from making platform, conducting political
speech, and engaging in policy discussion.
Table18
Political Interest and Influence from School Education
Influence from Class and Textbook
Strong
Relatively
strong
Relatively
weak
Weak
Total
Percent
Strong
6%
5%
4%
8%
5%
Relatively Strong
49
44
38
27
42
Relatively Weak
30
32
38
18
32
Weak 13
13
11
31
14
Political Interest
DN/NA
3
5
9
16
7
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
x
2
= 32.353
01
.
<
p
,
Note: N=557
Table19
Sense of Duty for Voting and Influence from School Education
Influence from Class and Textbook
Strong
Relatively
Strong
Relatively
Weak
Weak
Total
Percent
Strong
22%
20%
19%
4%
19%
Relatively
Strong
44 29 35 18
32
Neither 13
12
8
14
11
Relatively
Weak
3 17 14 16
14
Weak
15 15 16 31
17
Sense of Duty for
Voting
DN/NA
3
7
8
16
7
Total
100% 100% 100%
100%
100%
x
2
= 39.435
01
.
<
p
,
Note: N=557
Table20 External Political Efficacy and Influence from School Education (1)
Influence from Class and Textbook
Strong
Relatively
Strong
Relatively
Weak
Weak
Total
Percent
Agree
18%
15%
14%
33%
17%
Somewhat Agree
20 13 22 6
16
Neither 9
15
9
18
13
Somewhat Disagree
27
31
25
14
27
Disagree 20
18
19
12
18
Elections are the
only means to
influence the
government.
DN/NA 5
10
11
16
10
Total 100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
x
2
= 33.433
001
.
<
p
,
Note: N=557
20


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