科学研究视角下的社会排斥
Social Exclusion from the Perspective of Scientific Research

作者: 方承周 :西南大学心理学部,重庆;

关键词: 社会排斥概念综述Social Exclusion Concept Review

摘要:
随着社会排斥概念的发展,越来越多的研究者开始从事这方面的研究工作。本文试图从社会排斥的概念及其分类、当前应用情况、研究范式、研究工具等方面来探讨这一概念当前的发展情况,以期得到一些启发。

Abstract: With the development of the concept of social exclusion, more and more researchers began to be engaged in the work of this research field. This article attempts, from the concept of social exclusion and its classification, the current application situation, research paradigm and research tools, to explore the development of the concept in current situation, in order to get some inspiration.

文章引用: 方承周 (2016) 科学研究视角下的社会排斥。 心理学进展, 6, 458-463. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.64061

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