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[探索发现] 【整理】2008-09-14 Cultural Psychology 文化心理学-4

Cultural Psychology 心理


This newly emerging field is integrating cross-cultural research with social and personality psychology, anthropology, and other social sciences. Its main new perspective is centered on how cultures construct selves and other central aspects of individual personality, beliefs, values, and emotions — much of what we are and do. This area is increasing interaction of people from different cultural backgrounds, and emerging issues of diversity.





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【整理】---sylvia_qian

For reference only

 

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host. And if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

This attunement to others' needs emanates from many sources in East Asian culture. One of these sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well-being of others.

Religion also contributes to the independent way of being in mainstream American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment.

"… pretty intelligent, I am somewhat athletic. I can sing..."

The different understandings of the self can be seen in how people talk about themselves.

"Um, I'm stubborn..."

"He's intelligent and..."

Markus and Kitayama videotape students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

"I would say that I'm hardworking and optimistic and pretty organized..."

American students in describing themselves give about four positive attributes to every one negative attribute.

"I try to be friendly..."

She says she's friendly, which implies her relations to others; but it's as if the characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

"I’d like to have an impact on something important other than just my immediate family..."

People characterized by an independent model of self talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world, they'll be responsible for some action or be in control.

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

She described herself very very ganbaru kind of person—ganbaru involves, ur, persevering, extending effort, working hard and so on—and then moved quickly to so many negative things: pessimistic, lazy, slow. The focus on negative aspects may be the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the better on.

 

Vocabulary:

 

attune: to make aware or responsive

attune businesses to changing trends

emanate from: to come from or out of something

Wonderful smells were emanating from the kitchen.

Protestant ethic: an ethic that stresses the virtue of hard work, thrift, and self-discipline

ganbaru: Ganbaru is a verb that roughly means such things as, "to try hard," "to hang in there," or "to stick with (something)."

 

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You have to be attentive to have a guest as a host, and if you attentive enough if you are good enough person morally adequate then you’ll be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This is * to others needs. Emineys form many sources in East-Asian culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries this powerful spiritual value has created a tensy to emphasize the well being of others.  

  

Religion also contributes to the independent way of being and mainstream of American culture through the proudest and ethic.

 

It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

“Pretty intelligent, I, someone what …”

 

The different understanding of the self can be seen how people talk about themselves.

 

“I am stubborn…”

 

Markus and Kitayama videotaped students describing themselves at Stanford University and Kyoto University.

 

“I think that I am hard working and optimistic and pre-organized.”

The American students describing themselves give about for positive attributes to everyone negative attribute.

 

She said she is friendly which implies her relations to other but the characteristic is inside her.

 

She carries the friendliness with her it is her point if view on herself.

 

“It is (let’s) impact on something important other than just my idium family.”

People characterize by independent modulus of talk about the way they were, make a difference in the world, have an impact to the world, be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It is a way to meet the high standards of the group.

 

She describe herself very very gangbaro kind of person, gabaro in works, persevering extending effort, working hard and so on, and moved quickly to so many things. 

      

This mistake lazy slow. The focus on negative aspects maybe the beginning of self-improvement, you have to finds something negative to correct and get a better on one.

 

  

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Homework

 

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This / others' needs emulates from many sources in East Asian culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion, and transcendence byond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well being of others.

 

Religion also contributes to the independent way of being in mainstream of American culture through the / ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

"pretty intelligence, I, somewhat athletic, I can sing..."

 

The different understandings of the self can been seen in how people talk about themselves.

 

"um, I'm stubborn..."

 

He's an intelligent aide

 

Kitayama videotapes students, describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

"I would think that I'm hardworking and optimistic, pretty organized..."

 

The American students are describing themselves, give about 4 positive attributes to every one negative attribute.

 

"I try to be friendly"

 

She says she's friendly which implies her relation's 2 others, but it's if the characteristic is inside her. She carries the friendness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

 

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my, a medium family..."

 

People (are) characterized by an independent model of self, talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world though, be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

 

She described her self very very / kind of person. / involves persevering, expanding effort, working hard and so on. And then moved quickly to so many negative sense, there's a mistike they are easy slow. They are focused on negative aspects, maybe the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the bad out of.

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Homework

 

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if you are attentive enough, and if you are good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared to offer, but it is good for this particular person. This is true to meet others’ needs, animates from many source in East Asia’s culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes on sympathy, compassion, and transcendence beyond desires. Over centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tansy to emphasize the well-being of others. Religion also contributed to the independent way of being and mainstream of American culture through the proudest ethics. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment. “Pretty intelligence, I am someone *, I can sing …” The different understanding of the self can be seen how people talk about themselves. “I am stubborn.” Markus and Kitayama video takes students, describing themselves in Stamford University and Kyoto University. “Everyday I am hardworking, and optimistic, and pretty organized.” The American students describing themselves give about four positive attributes to everyone negative attributes. “I try to be friendly.” She says she is friendly, which implies her relationship to others, but is this it? The characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendly nest with her and it’s her point view on her self. “I like to have impact on something important other than just my mediate, family and…” People characterized by an independent marvelous, talk about the way they are, make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world, be responsible for some actions, or be in control. Japanese individual holds many different views of the self. It’s a way to meet the high standard of the group. She describes herself very, very Gambaro kind of person. Gambaro involves persevering, expanding efforts, working hard and so on, and then move quickly to so many named of things—pessimistic, lazy, slow. The focus on negative aspect may be the beginning of self-improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get a better one.

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额,部分跟一楼一样诶,也标红了,是不是用draft改滴呀---sylvia

 

On ghance

 

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This a to-meant-others-needs emulates from many sources in East-Asian culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion, and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well being of others. Religion also contributes to the independent way of being a mainstream of American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

Pretty intelligent, I, somewhat athletic, I can sing. . . "

 

The different understandings of the self can been seen in how people talk about themselves.

 

"um, I'm stubborn. . . "

 

He's an intelligent aide

 

Kitayama videotapes students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

 

"I would think that I'm hardworking and optimistic, pretty organized. . . "

 

The American students are describing themselves, give about 4 positive attributes to every 1 negative attribute.

 

"I try to be friendly"

 

She says she's friendly which implies her relations to others, but it's if the characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

 

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my, a medium family. . . "

 

People (are) characterized by an independent model of self, talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world though, be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

 

She described her self very very gumbaru kind of person, gumbaru involves works, persevering extending effort, working hard and so on. And they moved quickly to so many negative sense: There's a mistike they easy slow. They are focused on negative aspects, maybe the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the bad out of.

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on wukeyu

 

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This a to-meant-others-needs emanates from many sources in East-Asian culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion, and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well being of others. Religion also contributes to the independent way of being a mainstream of American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

Pretty intelligent, I, somewhat athletic, I can sing. . . "

 

The different understandings of the self can been seen in how people talk about themselves.

 

"um, I'm stubborn. . . "

 

He's an intelligent aide

 

Kitayama videotapes students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

 

"I would think that I'm hardworking and optimistic, pretty organized. . . "

 

The American students are describing themselves, give about 4 positive attributes to every 1 negative attribute.

 

"I try to be friendly"

 

She says she's friendly which implies her relations to others, but it's if the characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

 

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my, a medium family. . . "

 

People / characterized by an independent model of self, talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world though, be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

 

She described herself very very gumbaru kind of person, gumbaru involves /, persevering extending effort, working hard and so on. And then moved quickly to so many negative sense: There's a mistike they easy slow. They are focused on negative aspects, maybe the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the bad on wrong.

 

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hw

晚了一步,帮您改成hw了,谢谢参与,中秋快乐---sylvia

 

on wukeyu123

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This a to-meant-others-needs emulates from many sources in East-Asian culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion, and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well being of others. Religion also contributes to the independent way of being in mainstream of American culture through the protisan ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

Pretty intelligent, I, somewhat athletic, I can sing. . . "

 

The different understandings of the self can been seen in how people talk about themselves.

 

"um, I'm stubborn. . . "

 

He's an intelligent aide

 

Marks and Kitayama videotapes students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

 

"I would say that I'm hardworking and optimistic, pretty organized. . . "

 

The American students are describing themselves, give about 4 positive attributes to every 1 negative attribute.

 

"I try to be friendly"

 

She says she's friendly which implies her relations to others, but it's if the characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

 

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my, a medium family. . . "

 

People (are) characterized by an independent model of self, talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world though, be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

 

She described her self very very gumbaru kind of person, gumbaru involves \ ,ur..,persevering extending effort, working hard and so on. And they moved quickly to so many negative sense: There's a mistake they easy slow. They are focused on negative aspects, maybe the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the bad out on.

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-14 13:44 编辑 ]
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hw

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if you are attentive enough, if you are good enough, person morally adequate then you ought to be able to tell and to be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This * to others’ needs emanates from many sources in East-Asian culture. One of sources is Buddhism, Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well-being of others. Religion also contributes to the independent of being a mainstream American culture, through the products in ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

“Pretty intelligence, I am somewhat athletic, I can sing.”

 

The different understandings of the self can be seeing in how people talk about themselves. (I’m stubborn.) Markus and Kitayama videotape students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

 

‘I would say that I’m hardworking and optimistic, and pretty organized.’

 

American students in describing themselves give about four positive attributes to every one negative attribute. (I try to be friendly.) She says she’s friendly, which implies her relations to others, but it’s it if the characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her. Uh, it’s her point of view on herself.

 

‘I’d like to have an impact on something important, other than just my, a medium family.’

 

People characterize by an independent model of self, talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world. They’ll be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It’s a way to meet the high standards of the group.  

 

She described herself very very g* kind of person, g* involves persevering, extending effort, working hard and so on. And they moved quickly to so many negative things. This mistake * slow the focus on negative aspects maybe the beginning of self improvement, you have to find something negative to correct and get the bad on off.

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on cross

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host, and if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

 

This a to-meant-others-needs emanates from many sources in East-Asian culture. One of the sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion, and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well being of others. Religion also contributes to the independent way of being a mainstream of American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self sufficiency and control over the environment.

 

Pretty intelligent, I, somewhat athletic, I can sing. . . "

 

The different understandings of the self can been seen in how people talk about themselves.

 

"um, I'm stubborn. . . "

 

He's an intelligent aide

 

Kitayama videotapes students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

 

"I would think that I'm hardworking and optimistic, pretty organized. . . "

 

The American students are describing themselves, give about 4 positive attributes to every 1 negative attribute.

 

"I try to be friendly"

 

She says she's friendly which implies her relations to others, but it's as if the characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

 

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my, immediate family. . . "

 

People / characterized by an independent model of self, talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world though, be responsible for some action or be in control.

 

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

 

She described herself very very gumbaru kind of person, gumbaru involves , persevering extending effort, working hard and so on. And then moved quickly to so many negative sense: There's a mistike lazy easy slow. They are focused on negative aspects, maybe the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the bad on wrong.

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好好学习,天天向上。

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on cxx  (晚了,改一下)

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host. And if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

This attunement to others' needs emanates from many sources in East Asian culture. One of these sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well-being of others.

Religion also contributes to the independent way of being in mainstream \ American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment.

"Pretty intelligent. I am somewhat athletic. I can sing..."

The different understandings of the self can be seen in how people talk about themselves.

"Um, I'm stubborn..."

"He's \ intelligent and..."

Markus and Kitayama videotape\ students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

"I would say that I'm hardworking and optimistic and pretty organized..."

\ American students in describing themselves\ give about four positive attributes to every one negative attribute.

"I try to be friendly..."

She says she's friendly, which implies her relations to others; but it's as if that characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my immediate family..."

People characterized by an independent model of self\ talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world, they'll be responsible for some action or be in control.

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

She described herself very very ganbaru kind of person—ganbaru involves, ur, persevering, extending effort, working hard and so on—and then moved quickly to so many negative things: pessimistic, lazy, slow. They are focused on negative aspects, maybe the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the bad on wrong.

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on ktdid

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host. And if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

This attunement to others' needs emanates from many sources in East Asian culture. One of these sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well-being of others.

Religion also contributes to the independent way of being in mainstream American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment.

"Pretty intelligent. I am somewhat athletic. I can sing..."

The different understandings of the self can be seen in how people talk about themselves.

"Um, I'm stubborn..."

"He's intelligent and..."

Markus and Kitayama videotape students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

"I would say that I'm hardworking and optimistic and
pre-organized..."

American students in describing themselves give about four positive attributes to every one negative attribute.

"I try to be friendly..."

She says she's friendly, which implies her relations to others; but it's as if that characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my immediate family..."

People characterized by an independent model of self talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world, they'll be responsible for some action or be in control.

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

She described herself very very ganbaru kind of person—ganbaru involves, ur, persevering, ex
panding effort, working hard and so on—and then moved quickly to so many negative things: pessimistic, lazy, slow. The focus/ on negative aspects may be the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the battle on.

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On JJmm

 

You have to be attentive to your guest as a host. And if you are attentive enough, if you are a good enough person, morally adequate, then you ought to be able to tell and be prepared enough to offer what is good for this particular person.

This attunement to others' needs emanates from many sources in East Asian culture. One of these sources is Buddhism. Buddhism emphasizes sympathy, compassion and transcendence beyond individual desire. Over the centuries, this powerful spiritual value has created a tendency to emphasize the well-being of others.

Religion also contributes to the independent way of being in mainstream American culture through the Protestant ethic. It emphasizes individual achievement, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and control over the environment.

"Pretty intelligent. I am somewhat athletic. I can sing..."

The different understandings of the self can be seen in how people talk about themselves.

"Um, I'm stubborn..."

"He's intelligent and..."

Markus and Kitayama videotape students describing themselves at Stanford University and at Kyoto University.

"I would say that I'm hardworking and optimistic
and pretty organized..."

American students in describing themselves give about four positive attributes to every one negative attribute.

"I try to be friendly..."

She says she's friendly, which implies her relations to others; but it's as if that characteristic is inside her, she carries the friendliness with her, um, it's her point of view on herself.

"I like to have an impact on something important other than just my immediate family..."

People characterized by an independent model of self talk about the way they will make a difference in the world, have an impact in the world, they'll be responsible for some action or be in control.

Japanese individuals hold many different views of the self. It's a way to meet the high standards of the group.

She described herself very very ganbaru kind of person—ganbaru involves, ur, persevering, expanding effort, working hard and so on—and then moved quickly to so many negative things: pessimistic, lazy, slow. The focus on negative aspects may be the beginning of self improvement. You have to find something negative to correct and get the battle on.

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um, I’m stubborn---

he’s intelligent and---

 

Market K Y videotape students describing him self at Stanford university and --- uni.

 

have u seen I would say that I am hard working, and out of mistake optimistic and pre organize pretty organized---

 

the American students describing themselves gave about four positive attributes to every one negative attribute.

 

I tried to be friendly.

 

she says she’s friendly which implies~ her~ relations to others, but it’s as if the characteristic is effect inside her. she character carries the friendliness with her, um, it’s her point of view on herself,

 

I lay a heavy I’d like to have an impact on something important, other than just my in media immediate family (people who are very closely related to you, such as your parents, children, brothers, and sisters)

 

people characterized by an independent model of self talk about the way they were will make a difference in the world, have an impacted in the world, there they’ll be  responsible for some action or being in control,

 

Japanese individual hold many different ways views of the self. it’s a way to meet the high standards of the group,

she describe herself very very ganbaru, kind of person, ganbaru involves, um,  persevering, --- expanding the effort, working hard, and so on, and then moved quickly to solve many negative of sense things. this mistake they easy slow pessimistic, lazy, slow. the focus on ----- ask negative aspects may be  the being beginning of self improvement you have to find sth negative to crack correct and get the better on
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