The Comparative Sociology of Examinations Part I

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 12:30 PM-2:20 PM
Room: 301
RC20 Comparative Sociology (host committee)
RC04 Sociology of Education

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Fumiya ONAKA, Japan Women’s University, Japan and Shinichi AIZAWA, Chukyo University, Japan
Masako, Ema WATANABE, Nagoya University, Japan
Cheating Among American University Students: A 30-Year Follow-up Study and a Comparative Study with Chinese University Students (Oral Presentation)
Beverley L. STILES, Midwestern State University, USA; Newman Chun Wai WONG, University of North Texas, USA; Emily E. LABEFF, Midwestern State University, USA

Comparison of the "Examination Hell" (JP) and "Testing Wars" (US) (Oral Presentation)
Akihiko HASHIMOTO, Nat Inst Educational Policy Research, Japan

A Comparative Study of Effort and Examinations in Japan and England (Oral Presentation)
Kiyotake OKAWA, Teikyo University, Japan

Comparative Sociology of 11 to 18 Examinations in Thailand, England, and Japan (Oral Presentation)
Fumiya ONAKA, Japan Women’s University, Japan

Questions, Answers and Pleas in Portuguese Exams during Seven Decades (Oral Presentation)
Cecilia SILVA, New University of Lisbon, Portugal; Vítor Duarte TEODORO, FCT - Faculty of Science and Technology, UNL -New University of Lisbon, Portugal