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   2012, Vol. 20 Issue (2) : 265-273     DOI:
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Forgiveness in Collectivism Culture and Its Enlightenment to Forgiveness Intervention
ZHANG Tian;SUN Hui;FU An-Qiu
(Department of Psychology, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai 200234, China)
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Abstract  Existing research on forgiveness and forgiveness intervention was based on western culture, and few had included samples in collectivist settings. Under collectivist settings, the way people react to the offense; their forgiveness strategy and the personality factors are different compared with those under individualist settings. Apart from that, models for cross-cultural forgiveness have described forgiveness in collectivist cultures from various aspects. The model of decisional forgiveness and emotional forgiveness distinguishes the manifestation of forgiveness in individual and collectivism cultures; the model based on self and personality addresses the personality factors under distinct backgrounds; the dynamic process model investigates the cultural factors in forgiveness. The review is useful for the application of forgiveness intervention in collectivist culture.
Keywords collectivism      forgiveness      forgiveness model in collectivist culture      psychotherapy     
Corresponding Authors: ZHANG Tian   
Issue Date: 15 February 2012
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ZHANG Tian,SUN Hui,FU An-Qiu. Forgiveness in Collectivism Culture and Its Enlightenment to Forgiveness Intervention[J]. , 2012, 20(2): 265-273.
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