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A Cross-cultural study on the difference of self-regulation processes in social adaptation between China and Japan <Summaries of the Doctoral Theses>
Cultural social norms
Self regulation process
Cross-cultural comparison between China and Japan
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the different influence processes of cultural social norms between Chinese and Japanese selfregulation. Individuals would have different selfregulation and attitude with different social and cultural norms when adapting themselves to the social development. In this thesis, the selfregulation is defined as an individual's attitude or implementation intention to the requirement or expectation of the social norms. There are some culture differences between Chinese college students' and Japanese college students' selfregulation by means of the questionnaire survey with 1148 respondents (students from China and Japan, and Chinese students' parents). There are also some culture and social differences of selfregulation between young and old peoples It should be noticed about the particularity of Chinese student, the attitude to the family and society, the similarity between Chinese' and Japanese' parents.
広島大学大学院総合科学研究科紀要. I, 人間科学研究
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