collectivism


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Synonyms for collectivism

Soviet communism

a political theory that the people should own the means of production

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More specifically, Horizontal Collectivism (H-C) describes the conception of the self as a part of the in-group and seeing all members of the in-group as the same and equality is emphasized (Triandis, 1995).
Also noteworthy is "Korea's collectivism that is very demanding," Chang said.
Following Banai's (2012) conclusions, we use in-group collectivism and power distance as factors that might predict variations in a country's risk ratings.
Singelis, Triandis, Bhawuk, and Gelfand (1995) defined the constructs of horizontal (H), vertical (V), individualism (I) and collectivism (C) and supported this distinction in both individualistic and collectivistic cultures (Triandis & Gelfand, 1998).
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American parents typically spoon-feed their children a hash of mysticism, altruism, and collectivism.
But everything else about this repellant contest between the two most reviled major-party nominees in modern history points to an alarming resurgence of that foul and dangerous defect of judgment known as collectivism.
Vertical dimension, both for individualism and collectivism corresponds to tolerance for hierarchy, inequality, ranking according to privileges.
Separate regression analyses on ST with demographics and personality as covariates and individualism-collectivism and ethnic identity as independent variables indicated that collectivism significantly predicted ST for EAs and AIAs, and resolution of ethnic identity significantly predicted ST for Chinese Americans.
Two cultural axes, individualism and collectivism, have been well researched, primarily by contrasting East Asians and Westerners.
On the contrary, values like collective individualism, in-group collectivism and assertiveness have a positive impact on employee engagement.
Four additive models were assessed that regressed each of the four dependent variables on collectivism, emotional self-control, humility, adherence to European American values, direct style, and maintaining harmony style.
Accordingly in this paper, we examine how the cultural values of collectivism influence career aspirations in different contexts.