2 edition of Reweaving self changes in self-understanding among chinese found in the catalog.
Reweaving self changes in self-understanding among chinese
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Crossing Borders: International Women Students in American Higher Education is a compelling example of qualitative research that illuminates a concept, transitions in the sense of self, and describes the experiences of a particular groupWhile the voices of the interviewed women are compelling and interesting in their own right, the theoretical contribution of this book is in its Cited by: 5. Charles Taylor's Sources Of The Self The Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor has written two extended studies of what many people describe as modernity. The more recent of these books, "A Secular Age" () examines the ways in which modern life became increasingly secularized or "disenchanted"/5.
Toward a cultural understanding of self development among a diverse group of college students. American-Chinese Society and Culture,Vol.(19), Qin, D & n Lykes (). Reweaving a fragmented web of self: A grounded theory of self-understanding among Chinese women students in . Lately, there has been increasing interest among international relations (IR) scholars in Chinese thought, both as an alternative to Eurocentric IR, and because the PRC as an emerging power will soon have the institutional power to promote its view of the world. 1 While prominent Western experts have concluded that China is a status quo power that is unlikely to challenge the international Cited by:
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A grounded theory was developed to describe the processes of self‐understanding of a group of Chinese women graduate students who were studying in the United States at the time of the research. A basic psychological process, reweaving a fragmented self, was identified from interviews with 20 Chinese women graduate by: Reweaving a fragmented self: A grounded theory of self-understanding among Chinese women students in the United States of America.
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Based on existing literature of bilinguals’ identities, the self‐designed questionnaire defined six categories of self‐identity change: self‐confidence, subtractive bilingualism, additive bilingualism, productive bilingualism, identity split, and zero change.
Results showed that in the Chinese EFL context, English learning exerted influence on learners’ identities, the most prominent being self‐ by: Abstract: This quantitative study investigated Chinese college students’ self‐identity changes associated with English learning.
The subjects were 2, undergraduates from 30 universities, obtained from a stratified sampling. Based on existing literature of bilinguals’ identities, the self‐designed questionnaire defined six categories of self‐identity change: self‐confidence, subtractive bilingualism, additive bilingualism, productive bilingualism, identity split, and zero by: Scholars of fields as diverse as biology, psychology, philosophy, anthropology, and theology have sought to achieve a greater understanding of the nature of the self.
Since its first appearance in psychology, the self has become the most studied topic in Western research on psychology.
One of the central issues this article addresses is, ‘What do we know about the Chinese self?’Cited by: 8. However, self-negation can be an initial stage for the ICC development of Chinese students, and can be overcome with appropriate guidance. In Huang’s () study, for example, some Chinese students gained a less self-negating attitude and more identification with their own culture through interviewing cultural informants to gain their perspective on the Chinese by: 1.
That the Book of Changes—the Yijing—has traditionally been give pride of place as first among the classics is revelatory of the primacy invested in process in the Chinese tradition, contrasting rather starkly with the ontological intuition that “Only Being is” that we find at the center of Parmenides’s treatise, The Way of by: 1.
Cultural Differences in Self-EvaluationJapanese Readily Accept Negative Self-Relevant Information Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 32(4) July with.
self translate: 個性, 本性；自己；自我, 私利, 私利, 自己的；自身的. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese traditional Dictionary. Reweaving a fragmented self: a grounded theory of self‐understanding among Chinese women students in the United States of America.
Self Change: Social Psychological and Clinical Perspectives examines cognitive and motivational factors affecting the intention to seek change, processes involved in the initiation and maintenance of change, the role of social networks as facilitators or inhibitors of change, and measurement and assessment of personal change.
At any given moment millions of people are contemplating changing. The overall aim of this article is to provide a critical feminist perspective of culture and self.
Five main points of view are presented. First, cultural feminists’ essentialist claims of ‘gendere The overall aim of this article is to provide a critical feminist perspective of culture and self.
Five main points of view are by: “The book is an interesting and reliable contribution to the discourses on contemporary Chinese sociology of religion; as a result, it is warmly recommended to all specialists in the field and to the general reader of Chinese culture, as well.” (Lehel Balogh, Religious Studies Review, Vol.
45 (2), June, )Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. In China, the number of Chinese netizens has reached million, which accounts for % of the Chinese total population, and 54% of these are below the age of Based on the existing studies conducted among Chinese adolescents and college students, this chapter explores Internet use and self-development in Chinese culture.
The nature and reality of self is a subject of increasing prominence among Western philosophers of mind and cognitive scientists. It has also been central to Indian and Tibetan philosophical traditions for over two thousand years.
It is time to bring the rich resources of these traditions into the contemporary debate about the nature of self.
A grounded theory was developed to describe the processes of self-understanding of a group of Chinese women graduate students who were studying in the United States at the time of the research. A basic psychological process, reweaving a fragmented self, was identified from interviews with 20 Chinese women graduate by: Chinese tradition of humility and self-effacement disguises people’s true emotions, research suggests The research questions the stereotype that East Asian people are more humble and self.
Reweaving a fragmented self: A grounded theory of self understanding among Chinese women students in the United States of America. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Cited by: Importantly, this self-face advantage in N2 response was attenuated among Chinese participants (Sui et al., ).
Another relevant neuroimaging study shows that this effect can be influenced by priming of independence, demonstrating the causal significance of independence and interdependence in modulating the salience of the personal by:.
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Author information: (1)Psychoanalytic Association of the Westchester Center. [email protected] by: 2.Understanding of the Self INTRODUCTION The social constructionist perspective holds the view that the self is continuing "shaped and reshaped through interactions with others and involvement in social and cultural activities" (Wetherell & Maybin,p ).