The Self, Relationships, and Subjective Well-Being in Asia: Psychological, Social, and Cultural Perspectives (Progress in Asian Social Psychology)

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The Self, Relationships, and Subjective Well-Being in Asia: Psychological, Social, and Cultural Perspectives (Progress in Asian Social Psychology)

by Toni Morrison

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Format: Hardcover

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

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ISBN - 10: 8925400731

ISBN - 13: 9788925400730

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This book is an attempt to capture a representation of the work being done by Asian and non-Asian social psychologists exploring the Asian social experience as it relates to three important and interrelated social psychological constructs: the self, interpersonal relationships, and subjective wellbeing. These three broad constructs are addressed and cast in varied ways in the chapters in this volume.
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