Social Change and Psychosocial Responses: Social Force Theory Applied to Chinese Modernization and Postmodernization

Chau-Kiu Cheung
Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, China

Series: Social Issues, Justice and Status, China in the 21st Century
BISAC: SOC050000

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Social change is omnipresent, rapid and influential, as it entails people’s responsive adaptation. Both social change and psychosocial responses to it have been constantly attracting attention, research, deliberation, theorizing and policy reengineering, thus furthering social change. Social change can cover economic, political, cultural and communal aspects.

It can deal with issues such as the economic or financial crisis, marketization, revolution, social movement, globalization, nation building, migration, urbanization, demographic transition, secularization, acculturation, enculturation, modernization, posmodernization, military or business war and so on. Psychosocial responses can cover morale, demoralization, distress, anger, cooperation, alliance, trust, aggression, suicide, caring, help seeking, social integration, social cohesion, social identity, rebellion and crime. This book presents a thorough understanding of social change and psychosocial responses to it which is indispensable to the journey toward a better society and life. (Imprint: Nova)

Chapter 1. Social Change and Its Psychosocial Responses in the Social Force Perspective

Chapter 2. Effects of Modernization and Postmodernization in Hong Kong on Citizens’ Values, Practices, Attitudes, and Satisfactions

Chapter 3. Effects of Modernization and Postmodernization in the Community and Peer Contexts of Hong Kong on Citizens’ Values, Attitudes, and Satisfactions

Chapter 4. Change Effects of Modernization and Postmodernization in Hong Kong on Citizens’ Practices, Attitudes, and Satisfactions

Chapter 5. Effects of Modernization and Postmodernization in Beijing on Citizens’ Values, Attitudes, and Satisfactions

Chapter 6. Interaction Effects of Modernization and Postmodernization and Background Characteristics on Citizens’ Values, Practices, Attitudes, and Satisfactions

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