儿童内–外群体偏好的发展及影响因素
Developmental Trend and Influential Factors of Children’s Ingroup/Outgroup Favoritism

作者: 曹晓君 :西华师范大学教育学院,四川 南充;

关键词: 儿童内–外群体偏好发展趋势影响因素Children Ingroup/Outgroup Favoritism Developmental Trend Influential Factors

摘要:
儿童内–外群体偏好目前已成为研究者关注的热点问题。文章从研究范式、发展趋势及影响因素这三个方面对儿童内–外群体偏好研究进行了系统概述,分析了社会认知理论与社会认同发展理论两大理论观点在儿童内–外群体偏好发展趋势上的争议,同时阐明了情绪情感、社会地位、同伴关系、社会规范和群体信息等因素对儿童内–外群体偏好的重要影响。在此基础上,文章指出了儿童内–外群体偏好研究方法和研究内容方面存在的问题。

Abstract: At present, children’s ingroup/outgroup favoritism has become the hot topic to researchers. This paper demonstrates a detailed overview of the research paradigm, the developmental trend and the influential factors of children’s ingroup/outgroup favoritism, and analyzes the controversial issue between socio-cognitive theory and social identity development theory for the developmental trend of children’s ingroup/outgroup favoritism. In addition, the article illustrates the important effects of the emotion, social status, peer relation, social norms and group information in children’s ingroup/outgroup favoritism, on the basis of which the existing problems for research technique and research content of children’s ingroup/outgroup favoritism are proposed.

文章引用: 曹晓君 (2015) 儿童内–外群体偏好的发展及影响因素。 心理学进展, 5, 236-244. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.54033

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