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- KurzbeschreibungFor the past couple of decades, ethnic identity and <br>psychological well-being have been the concern of <br>many societies in the West as a result of perceived <br>threats to the ethnicity and professed vulnerability <br>of self-esteem among ethnic minority groups. The <br>preservation of ethnic identity has also been an <br>issue of vital importance for many psychologists and <br>educators concerned with the psychological well-<br>being of individuals. Thus, the purpose of this <br>study was to investigate the relationship between <br>ethnic identity and psychological well-being in <br>particular, self-esteem among fourth-generation <br>Armenian high school students in Lebanon as measured <br>by the English or Armenian translated Multigroup <br>Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM) and the Rosenberg <br>Self-Esteem Scale (RSES). The study also assessed <br>the dimensionality of two of the Armenian translated <br>scales, the MEIM and the Self-Liking/Self-Competence <br>Scale (SLCS). The entire sample consisted of 648 <br>students and a sub sample consisted of 525 students <br>who answered the questionnaires only in Armenian.
- AutorMaral Dikran Boyadjian
- Seiten96 Seiten
- Gewicht140 g
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