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    Title: Cognitive responses to favor requests from different social targets in a Confucian society.
    Other Titles: Cognitive responses to favor requests from different social targets in a Confucian society.
    Authors: 韓貴香;Han,Kuei-hsiang
    Contributors: 淡江大學通識與核心課程中心
    Keywords: cognitive frame;Confucian ethics;favor request •heterogeneous culture;horizontal relationship;verticalrelationship
    Date: 2005-04-01
    Issue Date: 2011-10-24 21:02:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Responses of Taiwanese graduate students to favor requestsfrom different social targets (peer vs. superior) werecompared across two scenarios. Factors influencing thedecision to accept or reject the request were also explored.When the favor request was consistent with the relationalcontext (academic research), participants were more likely toaccept the request from a professor than from a classmate.Those who accepted the professor’s request were more likelyto report authority-oriented reasons. When the content of thefavor request was inconsistent with the relational context,participants tended to reject the request from both a pro-fessor and a classmate. Those who rejected the professor’srequest reported more self-assertive reasons for theirdecision. Although participants rated Rational Reciprocity asthe most important factor in making their decision, inter-personal closeness seemed to be a major concern in decidingto do a favor for a peer. Social interactions for acquaintancesin a Confucian society are influenced by Confucian ethicsadvocating the principle of respecting the superior and theprinciple of favoring the intimate, rather than solely by theprinciple of social exchange.
    Relation: Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 22(2), pp.283-294
    DOI: 10.1177/0265407505050952
    Appears in Collections:[教育心理與諮商研究所] 期刊論文

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