A Theoretical Exploration and Empirical Research of the Regional Cross-culture Psychology of China
2012, 20 (8):
The Regional Cross-culture Psychology of China is based on the theory of culture science, sociology, anthropology, human geography, social psychology, cross-cultural psychology and other disciplines, compare and research psychological commonality and differences between individual psychology and group psychology in Chinese urban-rural areas, geographical areas, historical areas, administrative areas and ecological areas residents in different culture. The subjects assigned to cross-cultural psychology, the paper use a series of questionnaires mainly to the Han nationality of urban and rural residents of Hexi and Hedong in Gansu Province and the residents of Inner mongolia and Hunan Province to spot-check in 2004 and 2009. The results showed that the regional cultural differences and the specific identity, the ecological environment, lifestyle, economic development, political system, social structure, level of education, customs and other differences are important variables and factors affecting the mental health of residents, personality traits, social attitudes, stereotypes and other psychological functions. Future research will focus on improving the academic theory and inter-provincial, inter-county comparative study in order to better use the field work and other methods to reveal the relationship and mechanism between the regional culture and the psychological behavior, to form theoretical models and provide a theoretical basis for building a harmonious society, make efforts for the construction of Chinese indigenous psychology and localization of psychology.
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