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s (2001) study, the idea that people from individualist cultures were higher in field independence than were those from collectivist cultures was well proven.
Similarly, Chelminski and Coulter (2007), in a study exploring consumer behavior in individualist and collectivist cultures, reported a positive effect of individualism on propensity to voice --the inclination to complain directly to a firm or salesperson.
A problem some see with the neo-Hobbesian individualist tradition is that it implies that political norms are ultimately subjective--usually taken to be mere preferences.
This study uses thirty groups each of individualist culture and collectivist culture, working in groups of two auditors to examine how auditors from the two cultures revise their estimates of budgeted audit hours in an audit planning setting after receiving additional audit evidence which may either be relatively unfavourable or favourable compared to the initial information.
Yet, American individualist anarchism is really a separate strand, although it hails from the same radical Massachusetts environment as many of Warren's contemporary radicals.
Individualists don't murder others for not satisfying their whims; individualists seek to live and let live.
It is no longer possible for any country to pursue an individualist policy or to break away from the Arab or Gulf consensus, particularly that the region is being targeted," Prince Khalifa said as he received lawmakers in the Bahraini capital Manama on Sunday.
Individualists are motivated to work in their own best interest.
Both shared a critique of the state as an instrument of class oppression and whilst one had a socialist critique of capitalism, the other opposed both capitalism and collectivist socialism from an individualist perspective.
6) Wemyss' battle against collectivism was fought both inside and outside Parliament, his zeal for the individualist cause giving him no rest.
They also brought in 140 business students for a laboratory experiment, divided them into two groups and primed with either an individualist or collectivist mindset using well-established manipulations.
Cross-cultural studies have shown that members of collectivist societies are more concerned about conforming to social norms than are members of individualist societies.
People and cultures can at the same time assume both an individualist and collectivist perspective (Schwartz, 1990), depending on the specific milieu (Triandis, 1995).
This marginalization of social justice is supported by a traditionally individualist psychology that constructs learning as internal, rather than as part of a relationship to society.
FOR THESE ADHERENTS to what I call Individualist Ideology, truth is not a stumbling block.