The Structure of Chinese Values: Indigenous and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Author: Li Jiajun
Hardback - 382 pages
This book explores Intercultural communication; cross-cultural communication; social psychology; cross-cultural psychology and Chinese culture
In the context of globalization, values, as one of the cultural cores, play a central role in people’s daily communication. This book starts from a psycholexical approach to extract an indigenous Chinese values structure and then relates the locally derived values structure with the cross-culturally and empirically validated Schwartz’s individual-level human value contents and structure. It intends to find the culture-specifics in the values structure of Chinese people and meanwhile examine Schwartz’s universals in content and structure of human basic values in the context of transforming mainland Chinese society.
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