Social-class differences in self-concept clarity and their implications for well-being.

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A consistent/stable sense of the self is more valued in middle-class contexts than working-class contexts; hence, we predicted that middle-class individuals would have higher self-concept clarity than working-class individuals. It is further expected that self-concept clarity would be more important to one's well-being among middle-class individuals than… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1359105316643597

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@article{Na2016SocialclassDI, title={Social-class differences in self-concept clarity and their implications for well-being.}, author={Jinkyung Na and Micaela Y Chan and Jennifer Lodi-Smith and Denise C. Park}, journal={Journal of health psychology}, year={2016}, pages={1359105316643597} }