北京航空航天大学学报(社会科学版) ›› 2017, Vol. 30 ›› Issue (6): 102-113.DOI: 10.13766/j.bhsk.1008-2204.2015.0491

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大学生群体性事件集群行为的生成机制——以爱国型和利益型大学生群体性事件为例

王扬, 方卫国   

  1. 北京航空航天大学 经济管理学院, 北京 100083
  • 收稿日期:2015-10-12 出版日期:2017-11-25 发布日期:2017-11-23
  • 作者简介:王扬(1982-),男,北京人,助理研究员,博士,研究方向为应急管理.

Generative Mechanism of Collective Actions in College Students' Mass Incidents: A Case Study of College Students' Mass Incidents of Interest-driven and Patriotism-driven

WANG Yang, FANG Weiguo   

  1. School of Economics and Management, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing 100083, China
  • Received:2015-10-12 Online:2017-11-25 Published:2017-11-23

摘要:

以利益型和爱国型大学生群体性事件为考察蓝本,对北京市、重庆市、广州市大学生和学生管理人员进行调查研究。结果表明,这两类大学生群体性事件的生成机制及其整合模型的作用路径略有不同。利益型群体性事件中,国家认同、学校认同、信息传播通过群体效能路径对行为意向产生影响;爱国型群体性事件中,国家认同、触发事件认知和信息传播通过群体愤怒路径对行为意向产生影响;触发事件认知和信息传播在两类事件中均对群体愤怒产生显著影响。通过对中国背景下大学生群体的研究,扩展了社会认同理论和双路径模型在群体性事件中的应用。

关键词: 群体事件, 集群行为, 社会认同, 事件认知, 群体效能, 群体愤怒

Abstract:

With the interest-driven and patriotism-driven college students' mass incidents as the research focus, this paper probes into the psychological and behavioral patterns underlying college students' involvement in collective actions in mass incidents in China. The paper also investigates the college students and student management staff from Beijing, Chongqing and Guangzhou. The results suggest that the generative mechanisms of the two types of college students' mass incidents and the function pathways of their integrated models are slightly different. In interest-driven mass incidents, national identity, school identity, and information dissemination produce impacts on behavioral intention via group efficacy pathway. In patriotism-driven mass incidents, national identity, triggering event cognition and information dissemination produce impacts on behavioral intention via group-based anger pathway. Both triggering event cognition and information dissemination produce significant impacts on group-based anger in either type of incident. Through studying college students in the background of China, this paper has thereby expanded Social Identity Theory (SIT) and Dual-Pathway Model's application in mass incidents.

Key words: mass incidents, collective actions, social identity, event cognition, group efficacy, group-based anger

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