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Daigle Marc
Professeur retrait, consultant en valuation de programmes
Universit du Qubec Trois-Rivires

Aubert, P., Daigle, M.S., & Daigle, J.-G. (2004). Cultural traits and immigration: Hostility and suicidality in Chinese Canadian students. Transcultural Psychiatry, 41(4), 514-532.

Suicidality has been related to inwardly directed aggression. We compared convenience samples of 89 Canadian students of Chinese origin (CC) and 81 Canadian students from other backgrounds on measures of suicidality, hostility and aggression. The Chinese Canadian group reported higher levels of suicidality and hostility than the group of other Canadians. However, aggressive behaviors directed toward self or others were less frequent among Chinese Canadians. No differences were found between men and women. The results are interpreted by invoking the influence of Chinese culture on emotional restraint, particularly as regards aggressiveness.

Cote : CA 004 e

Mise à jour : 5/6/2005

 
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