In terms of the attainment of certain goals, they found it to be more related to well-being in collectivist
cultures than individualistic culture.
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.
love to short-circuit the process and set their own prices.
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.
Moreover individual group members' average propensity to distrust will be higher in organizations from collectivist
than from individualist cultures.
As being members of collectivist
society it is expected that voting preferences of youth and adults in Pakistan is affected by their in- group members' opinion.
More specifically, it has been found that people from collectivist
cultures are more responsive to the preferences of others and people from individualistic cultures are more assertive and independent (e.g., Hofstede, 1980; Triandis, 2001).
Yuki proposed that collectivist
cultures were more focused on the relations between individuals within the ingroup, and that individualistic cultures were more focused on membership within a specific group.
Markus and Kitayama (1991) suggested that people in collectivist
societies tend to have higher interdependent and lower independent self-construal, whereas the opposite relationship is expected in individualistic societies.
In it, 140 business students were divided into two groups and primed with either an individualist or collectivist
mindset using well-established manipulations.