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Advances in Psychological Science    2012, Vol. 20 Issue (8) : 1169-1179     DOI:
Special Section of Folk Psychology |
The Cultural Perspectives of Ethnic Minorities’ Coping Research
ZHI Feng-Ying;ZHANG Jin-Fu
(1 School of education and science,Guizhou Normal University, Guiyang 550001, China)
(2 School of Psychology, Southwest University; Center for Studies of Education and Psychology of Ethnic Minorities in Southwest China, Chongqing 400715, China)
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Abstract  Ethnic minorities’ coping has become an important topic with the rapid change of our society and the integration and collision of diversified culture. The research about the relationship between ethnic minorities’ coping and culture plays an important role in understanding the psychological mechnism of ethnic minorities’ coping and helps to promote national unity and social harmony. This paper gives a review of the cultural perspectives of ethnic minorities’ coping which include the cross-culture study of coping, coping in acculturation, religious coping and coping thought in Chinese traditional culture. Future studies on Chinese ethnic minorities’ coping should pay more attention to combining the research thought of different disciplines and diversified culture perspectives, to collecting data by combining with quantitative and qualitative methods, to expanding the reaseach field and reaseach scope, as well as to the study of different social groups of ethnic minorities’ coping according to the social change in Chinese ethnic areas.
Keywords culture      stress      coping      acculturation      ethnic minorities     
Corresponding Authors: ZHANG Jin-Fu   
Issue Date: 15 August 2012
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ZHI Feng-Ying,ZHANG Jin-Fu. The Cultural Perspectives of Ethnic Minorities’ Coping Research[J]. Advances in Psychological Science, 2012, 20(8): 1169-1179.
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