Also, in regard to collectivistic
values that emphasize one's performance matching up with familial standards and needs (Wang, Fu, & Rice, 2012), career counselors may consider ways to enhance students' extrinsic motivation, such as stressing external rewards earned through overcoming a task.
As they adjust to life in the United States, they are faced with postmigration stressors in the loss of their social supports, the clash between their collectivistic
culture of origin and the individualistic host culture, and the discriminatory attitudes held by the larger society.
H1a: The use of individual reviews (triggering a quality-motivated bandwagon) is expected to be more prevalent among individuals with collectivistic
cultural orientations, whereas the use of aggregate user information, representing more focused information (triggering a quantity-motivated bandwagon), is expected to be more prevalent among individuals of individualistic cultures.
So, far, the literature indicates a need for further consideration of the interpersonal aspects of depression while working with patients of collectivistic
There is evidence that motivation for cooperation differs between individualistic and collectivistic
The correlation coefficients indicated that managers with collectivistic
orientations were found less satisfied as compared to those with individualistic orientations.
Cross-culturally, persons in individualistic cultures tend to disclose more accurate information on personal profiles than those in collectivistic
cultures [28, 40].
Researchers have identified distinctive forms of interpersonal influence in collectivistic
cultures (Amado & Vinagre Brasil, 1991; Aycan, 2008a; Xin & Pearce, 1996).
Pakistan is politically and economically less stable and has social structures that are more collectivistic
in nature than Turkey.
For example, Internet users from collectivistic
societies, such as China and India, expect Web sites to emphasize family themes and in-group consciousness in the form of visuals showing family bonding, togetherness, and symbols of national identity.
One of the biggest questions about the structure of affect is whether the structure found in individualistic cultures can be replicated in collectivistic
cultures (Rodriguez & Church 2003).
cultures such as the Tunisian culture (Hofstede, 2001), the traditional family is socially central (Camillieri, 1967).