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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alexey Stavtsev
The Multiple Identity Status and Psychological Well-Being of the Chinese and Taiwanese in the New Sociocultural Context
Applied Social Psychology
(Master’s programme)
9
2019
The problem of Taiwan’s independence was largely studied in political, economical and social aspects, however there is a gap in psychological studies related with this problem. For past 70-ty years we can outline significant changes in Taiwan general public’s identity status. This work assumes that there are 3 generations of Taiwanese 1st (60+ years old), 2nd (35-60 years old) and 3rd (18-35 years old), which differs by their identity status and the level of sociocultural distance with mainlanders of China. We suppose that identity status influence psychological well-being and self-efficacy of respondents. Research sample included 171 participants.

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