Sociopsychological Environments of Japanese Schools as Perceived by School Students
Based on Barker’s ecological psychology, Gump (1980) reviewed research relevant to perception of the school setting in the framework of “the school as social situation” and emphasized the important role of the social aspect of school settings.
KeywordsHigh School Student Subscale Score Classroom Environment System Maintenance Junior High School Student
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