A Comparison of the Ego-Identity Status Between the Chinese and American Individuals

Jing WU

Abstract


During 2013 - 2014, a survey had been done in both China and the United States, in order to clarify the difference of the ego-identity between Chinese and American individuals. Items for Ego Identity Process Questionnaire were taken as the questionnaire. The study was conducted using an online survey: 109 of the 111 in United States and 256 of the 281 in China collected survey responses were valid, a total of 365 copies. The median score of total 365’s ego-identity exploration was 60 and the median score of ego-identity commitment was 51. This paper shows the conclusions of the survey.

Keywords


Ego-Identity Status, Comparisons, Chinese, Americans


DOI
10.12783/dtem/icem2017/13210

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