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    题名: The feeling of "face" in Confucian society: From a perspective of psychosocial equilibrium
    作者: Han, Kuei-Hsiang
    关键词: having face;losing face;modesty;psychosocial equilibrium;self-enhancing
    日期: 2016-07-19
    上传时间: 2019-03-09 12:10:46 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 雙葉
    摘要: Previous research on the feeling of “face” has long described “face” as a complicated
    phenomenon in Confucian societies. Indeed, the feeling of face is highly context
    dependent. One may have very different (having or losing) face perception if the same
    face event occurs in a different context. To better capture the features of how face is
    felt, effects on possible responses need to be considered. Therefore, this article adopts
    a perspective of psychosocial equilibrium to elaborate people’s feeling of face in Taiwan,
    a Confucian society. The first section illustrates the concept of psychosocial equilibrium
    and its psychodynamic effects on people’s feeling of face. Then, the second section of
    this article takes positive social situations (having face events) as backdrop to exhibit
    how people balance their psychosocial equilibrium with different relationships. Following
    the positive social situations, the third section of this article then focuses on the negative
    situations (losing face events) to explain how losing face is felt due to unbalance of
    psychosocial equilibrium with one’s relation in that specific context.
    關聯: 東亞哲學與心理學: 邁向修養心理學
    DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01055
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