given shared responsibility performed better than collectivists
given individual responsibility, regardless of the amount of personal accountability.
The preserved description of Paul proves him to be an ideal male: in the collectivist
knowledge of antiquity Paul was "masculine, fearless, pious, virtuous, truthful, benevolent, but above all, fit for public life" (148).
As vertical and horizontal collectivists
may be jointly or severally committed to each of these groups, it is necessary to separate the commitment of the individual to the organization from commitment to each group.
Studies revealed the existence of both individualist and collectivist
values among people at the same time (Mishra, 1994; Sinha & Tripathi, 1994).
In Wheeler's  study on collectivism-individualism in everyday social life, participants from the collectivist
culture did show longer and higher interactions, whether in group or task interactions, while at the same time indicated greater self-and-other disclosure.
Such as land laws, created by precedents, leaving the way open for the EU to implement Agenda 21, that collectivist
agenda our government has accepted, but doesn't tell you anything about.
People who are more collectivist
are often driven by the norms and duties imposed by the in-group, give priority to the goals of the in-group, and try to emphasize their connectedness with the in-group.
As a consequence, collectivists
are less likely to take actions that could threaten their self-face (i.
love to use physician licensure as a means of control and property confiscation.
Research indicates that equity sensitivity influences individuals' attitudes toward their organization (Kickul and Lester 2001), and the importance of equity's influence on judgments of fairness has been consistently found to be lower for collectivists
than for individualists (Kim et al.
17) She emphasizes that there is a special type of autonomy for collectivists
and feminists so that autonomy should not be viewed simply from a masculine perspective.
A common theme is that because the collectivists
have a more interdependent worldview they place more importance on relationships and nurture them with more care than the individualists (Triandis 1989).