When college students considered the mental health service, 65.8%(1 815/2 760), were concerned about the ability of the service organizations to provide professional help, 48.4% (1 336/2 760) were concerned about the service cost, 47.9% ( 1 312/2760) were concerned about the convenience of the service and 38.0% (1 049/2 760) were concerned about social cultural factors.
The socialist Market Economy is the financial foundation of pol it ical civilization construction,whose political foundation is the lead of the Com munist Party of China,and its social cultural foundation is the civil culture.
This article builds on the emerging glass ceiling literature by Asian American scholars, while examining social/cultural complexities, peculiarities, and nuances in private companies, government agencies, and institutions of higher education.
The scoping components included in the RIAM were: physical/chemical, biological/ecological, social/cultural and economic/operational components.
The data also show that various structural/institutional (e.g., local labor market and human capital) and social/cultural (e.g., population) factors affect the income of black and white populations differently.
At the second level a kind of social/cultural knowledge is accumulated via a set of symbolic forms, one of which is language.
This paper proposes a broader framework for understanding creativity by distinguishing different levels of creativity, namely personal and social/cultural creativity, and their interaction.
Such patterns of behavior may be seen (a) as a product of social and cultural conditioning, (b) as part of a coping repertoire or (c) in terms of their usefulness for the patient who obtains certain advantages from the "sick role".
Social and cultural factors pertaining to neuroses and psychosomatic illnesses were reviewed.
It is suggested that social network composition is influenced by both the innate affiliative tendencies of people and by their external social and cultural environment.
The lowest values were found for those items where the social and cultural expectations on "normal behaviour" are more variable.
One would expect it to vary across cultures if it were being mediated by social and cultural factors.
Weber have advanced the thesis that in modern society culture changes in theoretically meaningful cyclical patterns.
Involvements in the host society culture and the culture of origin should be assessed separately in order to reflect the complexities of the cultural interactions immigrants and their offspring experience.
Each student will write a research paper about the lives of women of in a particular society/culture.