Interpersonal relationships in rapidly changing Chinese societies
Chapter in an edited book (author)

香港中文大學研究人員
替代計量分析
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摘要Since 1970, mainland China has been undergoing social and economic reforms that have brought about astonishing economic success. This article reveals that these social and economic changes have led to many changes in Chinese interpersonal relationships, and family structures and processes. They are not limited to mainland China but can also be seen in other Chinese habitats, such as Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan. The article focuses on Chinese relationship research conducted in the last decade and examines how the rapid social and economic changes in Chinese societies have exerted an impact on the various types of interpersonal relationship. Furthermore, it looks at how traditional Chinese values continue to shape interpersonal relationships amidst the increasing influence of modernization and globalization. In terms of interpersonal relationships, it focuses on four broad domains, namely friendship, romantic relationships, marital relationships, and family relationships, providing a review of the relevant studies in each domain.
著者Chan D.K.-S., Ng T.T.-T., Hui C.-M.
編輯ed. by Michael Harris Bond.
詳細描述ed. by Michael Harris Bond.
出版年份2012
月份9
日期18
國際標準書號9780191743542
語言英式英語
關鍵詞Economic reforms, Family structure, Globalization, Interpersonal relationship, Traditional Chinese values

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