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  • TITLE: A Comparison Study about the Public Perception on Neuroscience in China and Japan

    AUTHORS: Yisi Yang

    KEYWORDS: Neuroscience, Content Analysis, Focus Group, Public Perception

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.6 No.11, November 12, 2018

    ABSTRACT: This dissertation attempts to describe the ways in which neuroscience is perceived by the public in China and Japan from media and individual perspectives. This research adopts triangulation methods, including the empirical data from literatures, media content analyses of newspapers, and two focus groups in China and Japan. Both content analyses and focus groups are guided by the literature review. The central findings are that there are some distinctions of the public perception of neuroscience between China and Japan. On the media perspective, Chinese and Japanese media have different concentrations on neuroscience communication. Meanwhile, on the individual perspective, the participants from China and Japan also present different understanding and attitudes to neuroscience, which further confirms the results of content analyses.