collectivist


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Synonyms for collectivist

a person who belongs to the political left

subscribing to the socialistic doctrine of ownership by the people collectively

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The concept that China as representative of collectivist culture has been challenged recently.
However, individualist cultures tend to believe that there are universal values that should be shared by all, while collectivist cultures tend to accept that different groups have different values.
In terms of the attainment of certain goals, they found it to be more related to well-being in collectivist cultures than individualistic culture.
The writing was on the wall the moment the EU revealed its collectivist political policy, and no matter what happens it will be a great day, a day of celebration, when our United Kingdom is free once more.
Hence, as Blaylock (Blaylock, 1989) conducted research in the United States of America, which is an individualistic society, this study wished to confirm his findings with ethnic groups in collectivist society data.
Striving to maintain harmony, people from collectivist cultures often lean more towards avoidance behavior (Oetzel, Garcia, & Ting-Toomey, 2008; Oetzel & Ting-Toomey, 2003).
As the government seized control of more and more of medicine, as AAPS predicted would happen, patients and physicians lost their individual freedoms and became merely "consumers" and "providers" wedded to a collectivist state.
Using an experimental approach, we more closely examined the causal relationship between collectivist value orientation and exchange ideology.
The second approach focuses on the kind of influence the group has on the individual, so that an individual's values and preferences are given priority to the group's values in an individualist culture, while the group's values and preferences are given priority over the individual's in collectivist cultures, i.
Design/methodology/approach- Questionnaires were used to gather responses employing Hogarth and Einhorn's (1992) Belief-Adjustment Model (BAM) and Hofstede's (1991, 2006) national culture concept were employed to report the results of revision estimates of budgeted audit hours of thirty groups each of collectivist (individualist) culture working in groups of two auditors that were randomly allocated to one of the experimental conditions of relatively (un)favorable audit evidence.
Writing for the Heritage Foundation's Daily Signal, Nadin Naumann argues on explicitly collectivist grounds against the individual's right to take his own life, asking, "And how about the friends and family that are affected by their loved one's diagnosis?
Some scholars argue that even Japan the typical role model of a trusting collectivist society is not as trusting as commonly believed.
China's liberation in 1949 was similar to Russia's revolution in 1917, not only because communists came to power in both countries but because traditional collectivist institutions, undermined by preceding Westernization, were re-established and strengthened.
Her fresh approach revisits the Marxist collectivist rejection of the family as a pillar of capitalism and Ann Rand's belief that families limit individual freedom, and acknowledges the social problems and political instability that have resulted from the decline of familial ties and increase of individual importance.
It was hypothesized that being member of collectivist part of world voting behavior of Pakistani youth and adults is affected by their belongingness to their cultural roots and close ties with in-group members.