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    Title: Coping strategies in Chinese social context
    Authors: Hsu Wen-Yau
    Chen Mei-Chueh
    Wang Te-Hsien
    Sun Sung-Hsien
    Contributors: 國立政治大學心理學系
    Keywords: Chinese coping strategies;prosocial;social context
    Date: 2008-05
    Issue Date: 2013-07-23 15:18:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The present study examined whether the scale called Coping Strategies in Chinese Social Context (CSCSC) developed in this paper is better at predicting individual mental health than the COPE Scale, which focuses on ‘active-passive’ coping. Two hundred and 51 university students were recruited and measured on the CSCSC, COPE and five mental health inventories. The results demonstrated that the CSCSC predicted mental health better than the COPE. ‘Active-prosocial’ and ‘passive-prosocial’ are two suitable coping strategies, whereas ‘passive-antisocial’ is not a suitable coping strategy. Studies exploring coping processes in Chinese culture should consider social interactions and connection with others as a significant aspect of coping.
    Relation: Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 11, 150-162
    Data Type: article
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