A unifying concept may emerge from stress theory beyond theoretical variations.

A unifying concept may emerge from stress theory beyond theoretical variations.

A unifying concept may emerge from stress theory beyond theoretical variations. Lazarus and Folkman (1984) described a“mismatch or conflict” (p. 234) involving the person and their or her connection with culture because the essence of most stress that is social and Pearlin (1999b) described ambient stressors as those who are connected with position in culture.

More generally speaking, Selye (1982) described a feeling of harmony with one’s environment due to the fact foundation of healthy living; starvation of these a feeling of harmony may be viewed the foundation of minority anxiety.