Social Capital and Asian Relationship Values

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What happens to different users of their cultural cluster has a direct impact on some Asiatic American grownups, and it frequently causes anxiety in them. According to Confucian idea, one is accountable to their families, social neighbors, and state for the proper behavior of everyone.

Asian leaders were aware that their countries ‘ economic success depended on access to the West’s markets, and they were aware that human rights and other democratic practices could threaten their governments ‘ control over the country’s resources. This led to the debate over” Asian values.” Lee Kuan Yew, a leader in Singapore, argued that the objectives of the home, the country, and the community should predominate over those of the adult citizens

According to these ideas, East Asia’s extraordinary economic growth rates are fueled by a special benefit system that supports the region’s peaceful societies and political institutions. The idea that the ideals of a culture are causally linked to its economic and social effects, however, is dangerous. Theoretically and morally questionable conclusions underlie the concept of ethnic causality.

Despite these issues, the claim that Asian values contribute to Asian Americans ‘ and Asian international college students ‘ high levels of social capital is still a potent political force persists. Our recent studies indicates that a person’s higher internalization of Eastern principles, such as admiration for one’s family and country, and respect for authority and pyramid, is related to a sense of well-being. In contrast, racial identity attitudes that focus on racism ( e. g., Dissonance and Immersion/emmerson ) are inversely associated with well being.

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