Factors Affecting Students’ Subjective Well-Being: The Relationship Between Religion, Cultural Intelligence, Personality Traits and Subjective Well-Being (SWB)
J. Mgt. Mkt. Review 4 (4) 234 – 241 (2019)
8 Pages Posted: 2 Mar 2020
Date Written: December 30, 2019
Objective - More and more international students choose to study in international programs in Thai universities. While considering the development of international programs, some schools tend to ignore the psychological pressure and happiness of foreign students during their time in the program. I noticed that some students have mental problems which are unable to be resolved.
Methodology/Technique - This paper will analyze the factors of subjective well-being in International Chinese college students, including the relationship between cultural intelligence, personality traits, and subjective well-being (SWB).
Finding - This paper concludes that neuroticism has a significant negative impact on International Students' SWB, while openness to experience has a positive impact. Behavioral cultural intelligence has a positive effect on SWB, whilst motivational cultural intelligence has no significant effect.
Type of Paper - Empirical.
Keywords: Religion; Cultural Intelligence; Subjective Well-being (SWB); International Chinese College Students; Personality Traits
JEL Classification: A29, A30, I19
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