The Study of Relationship among Social Responsibility,Perfectionism and Self-identity of Chinese College Students under One-child Policy

[Speaker] Li, Mingyu:1
[Co-author] Feng, Jing:1
1:University of Jinan (China (People's Republic of China))

The generation in 1990s, as an only child in their family, has grown up in China. They enjoy more freedom of speech in a more open information age. An important criterion to measure their mental maturity is how to respond to public events. This study attempted to examine the relationship of their social responsibility, perfectionism and self-identity by analyzing their responses to public events. 313 college students born in 1990s were investigated with questionnaires in the study. The result demonstrated that the students who preferred to make comments on social events showed more social responsibility than those who do not. In addition,the students who preferred to exchange ideas about social events showed more perfectionism characteristics than those who do not. Moreover, the students with high self-identity showed more interest in negative events.
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