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著者
Toya, Akihiro
キーワード
mortality salience
self-esteem
terror management theory
worldview defense
抄録(英)
According to terror management theory (TMT), people respond to a reminder of their inevitable death (mortality salience, MS) by defending their cultural worldview (MS hypothesis). Although the MS hypothesis has been supported in numerous studies conducted in Western cultures, it is not always supported in interdependent cultures such as Japan. Considering that TMT argues that self-esteem can also buffer death anxiety and moderate the effect of MS, careful examination of this effect is also needed. The present study examined whether such moderating effect of self-esteem would be found among Japanese through three studies. Results revealed that the moderating effect of self-esteem on the relationship between MS and worldview defense was not found. The results suggest that self-esteem does not function as a death anxiety buff er in Japan.
内容記述
This work was supported by special funding for the promotion of internationalization of research activities by the Japanese Group Dynamic Association.
掲載誌名
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第三部, 教育人間科学関連領域
68号
開始ページ
131
終了ページ
140
出版年月日
2019-12-20
出版者
広島大学大学院教育学研究科
ISSN
1346-5562
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英語
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