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Migration Stress and New Generation Migrant Workers’ Depression: the Moderating Effect of Coping Style
Pages: 508-511+498
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology

Keyword:  Migration stressNew generation migrant workersDepressionCoping style;
Abstract: Objective: To explore the moderating effect of coping style between migration stress and new generation migrant workers’ depression. Methods: A sample of 386 new generation migrant workers were selected to complete questionnaire survey. Results: ①The new generation migrant workers with high mobility had more stress owing to cultural differences than those with low mobility; The married migrants also presented more stress from cultural differences than those unmarried. ②Positive coping style had significantly negative moderating effect between migration stress and depressive symptoms(β=-0.15, P<0.05) in all of the new generation migrant workers, negative coping style’moderate effect was not observed here. Conclusion: It suggests that the positive coping style may help the new generation migrant workers to reduce the negative effect of migration stress on the depression.
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