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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], This book tells about a study on bilingual Chinese in America, who have dual cultural identities and dual voices. By altering the language they use, the author demonstrated that bilingual Chinese would express themselves differently according to the cultural schema they internalize via the specific language. It is found that when using English, bilingual Chinese tend to identify with more independent self-descriptions than those who use Mandarin. In contrast, when using Mandarin, bilingual Chinese tend to express their sadness through interpersonal sensitivity than those who use English. These results were analyzed using a discrete language analysis program called Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA). This study confirms the cultural hypothesis that Eastern culture, especially Chinese, value interdependence and collectivism more than Western culture. In addition, language could serve as a primer or access to those cultural constructs, such as self-concept and emotion. This book has various implications to social psychology and applied psychology, especially the mental health professions, as it taps into the multiculturalism and cross-cultural counseling., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm

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The effect of language on bilingual Chinese expression of self-concept and depressive emotion This book tells about a study on bilingual Chinesein America, who have dual cultural identities anddual voices. By altering the language they use, theauthor demonstrated that bilingual Chinese wouldexpress themselves differently according to thecultural schema they internalize via the specificlanguage. It is found that when using English,bilingual Chinese tend to identify with moreindependent self-descriptions than those who useMandarin. In contrast, when using Mandarin, bilingualChinese tend to express their sadness throughinterpersonal sensitivity than those who use English.These results were analyzed using a discrete languageanalysis program called Latent Semantic Analysis(LSA). This study confirms the cultural hypothesisthat Eastern culture, especially Chinese, valueinterdependence and collectivism more than Westernculture. In addition, language could serve as aprimer or access to those cultural constructs, suchas self-concept and emotion. This book has variousimplications to social psychology and appliedpsychology, especially the mental health professions,as it taps into the multiculturalism andcross-cultural counseling. Bücher / Fachbücher / Psychologie 978-3-639-09198-4, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K.

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Vdm Verlag Dr. Müller], This book tells about a study on bilingual Chinesein America, who have dual cultural identities anddual voices. By altering the language they use, theauthor demonstrated that bilingual Chinese wouldexpress themselves differently according to thecultural schema they internalize via the specificlanguage. It is found that when using English,bilingual Chinese tend to identify with moreindependent self-descriptions than those who useMandarin. In contrast, when using Mandarin, bilingualChinese tend to express their sadness throughinterpersonal sensitivity than those who use English.These results were analyzed using a discrete languageanalysis program called Latent Semantic Analysis(LSA). This study confirms the cultural hypothesisthat Eastern culture, especially Chinese, valueinterdependence and collectivism more than Westernculture. In addition, language could serve as aprimer or access to those cultural constructs, suchas self-concept and emotion. This book has variousimplications to social psychology and appliedpsychology, especially the mental health professions,as it taps into the multiculturalism andcross-cultural counseling.2008. 108 S.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Who Am I Talking to?
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Ting Rachel Sing-Kiat

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Who Am I Talking to?

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9783639091984

This book tells about a study on bilingual Chinese in America, who have dual cultural identities and dual voices. By altering the language they use, the author demonstrated that bilingual Chinese would express themselves differently according to the cultural schema they internalize via the specific language. It is found that when using English, bilingual Chinese tend to identify with more independent self-descriptions than those who use Mandarin. In contrast, when using Mandarin, bilingual Chinese tend to express their sadness through interpersonal sensitivity than those who use English. These results were analyzed using a discrete language analysis program called Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA). This study confirms the cultural hypothesis that Eastern culture, especially Chinese, value interdependence and collectivism more than Western culture. In addition, language could serve as a primer or access to those cultural constructs, such as self-concept and emotion. This book has various implications to social psychology and applied psychology, especially the mental health professions, as it taps into the multiculturalism and cross-cultural counseling.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783639091984
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3639091981
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: VDM Verlag
108 Pages
Poids: 0,177 kg
Langue: ger/Deutsch

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