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Individualism-Collectivism: A Study of Cross-Cultural Researchers

C. Harry Hui, Harry Triandis, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nov 17, 2021
Commentary by Stephen Downes

"Collectivism can be defined as (1) concern by a person about the effects of actions or decisions on others, (2) sharing of material benefits, (3) sharing of nonmaterial resources, (4) willingness of the person to accept the opinions and views of others, (5) concern about self-presentation and loss of face, (6) belief in the correspondence of own outcomes with the outcomes of others, and (7) feeling of involvement in and contribution to the lives of others."

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