Given the active caregiving role that families play in collectivist
cultures, the degree of confidentiality normally required of clinicians may be harmful.
Members of collectivist
cultures view themselves in relation to others and highly value their place in a social group.
An example of the collectivist
culture presented itself a few years ago when I traveled to Brazil.
mode of silent communication relies on an implied understanding among APIAs.
believed that war would help solidify the people into an even stronger nation state--which led to the terrible disasters of Communism and the World Wars.
The combination of collectivist
ideas, protectionist interests, war, monetary disorder, and economic crises had converged to discredit the assumptions, beliefs, policies, and practices that had underpinned the liberal economic regime.
trick is to hamstring markets and then blame the resulting problems on market failure.
In The New Japan: Debunking Seven Cultural Stereotypes, put out by Intercultural Press in 2002, the psychology professor argues that the typical take on Japanese culture -- collectivist
, conscious of the needs of others, dedicated to their jobs, et cetera -- is simply not supported by most data.
This five-choice Likert-type scale is scored such that high scores indicate the tendency to be a collectivist
Or it may simply have been a declaration of Castro's long-standing commitment to a collectivist
, socially useful building programme which has, since the revolution, produced acres of utilitarian building but little of beauty.
According to Hofstede, individualist cultures are societies where individuals are primarily concerned with their own interests and the interests of their immediate families while collectivist
cultures tend to emphasize "in-groups" such as the extended family or an organization.
Germany) place greater emphasis on personal goals such as achievement, self-gratification, and stimulation (McCarty and Hattwick, 1992); whereas collectivist