少数民族大学生幸福感及其保护因子——民族认同
Minority College Students’ Well-Being and Its Protector—Ethnic Identity

作者: 李书慧 :西南大学西南民族教育与心理研究中心,重庆 ;西南大学心理学部,重庆; 肖子伦 :西南大学心理学部,重庆;

关键词: 少数民族幸福感民族认同大学生Minority Well-Being Ethnic Identity College Students

摘要:
幸福感存在着主观幸福感、心理幸福感、社会幸福感和幸福指数这四种取向。而近年来少数民族幸福感研究一直围绕着其影响因素进行着。通过对文献梳理,发现民族认同是影响少数民族大学生幸福感的一个重要因素。其具体的影响机制出现了不一致的研究结论,仍需进一步研究和探讨。

Abstract: There are four kinds of orientations of happiness: subjective well-being, psychological well-being, social well-being and happiness index. In recent years, minority well-being researches have been carried out around its influencing factors. By combing the literature, it is found that ethnic identity is an important factor influencing the well-being of minority college students. The mechanism of ethnic identity affecting well-being is still inconsistent, which needs to further study and discussion.

文章引用: 李书慧 , 肖子伦 (2016) 少数民族大学生幸福感及其保护因子——民族认同。 心理学进展, 6, 1055-1060. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.610134

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