AP  >> Vol. 7 No. 6 (June 2017)

    Multiple Social Identities and Meaning of Life: The Multiple Mediating Effects of Perceived Social Support and Sense of Belonging

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周欣然,范子璇,范雯健,刘亚楠:郑州大学教育学院,河南 郑州

多重中介多重社会身份领悟到的社会支持归属感生命意义感Multiple Social Identities Perceived Social Support Sense of Belonging Sense of the Meaning of Life



Objective: To investigate the relationships among multiple social identities, perceived social sup-port, sense of belonging and meaning in life. Methods: Totally 247 college students were selected randomly. And they are respectively surveyed with Multiple Group Memberships Scale, Perceived Social Support Scale, Sense of Belonging Questionnaire and Meaning in Life Questionnaire. Results: Multiple social identities not only have a directly positive prediction to the individuals’ meaning in life, but also can predict the meaning in life through the multiple mediation of the perceived social support and sense of belonging. Conclusion: College students’ multiple social identities are of great significance and play an important role in promoting the meaning in life.

周欣然, 范子璇, 范雯健, 刘亚楠 (2017). 多重社会认同与生命意义感:领悟到的社会支持和归属感的多重中介效应. 心理学进展, 7(6), 797-803. https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2017.76099


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