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Some churches are more traditionalistic than others, stating that women should never cut their hair or wear anything but dresses.
Add to this the four unique benefits which management has supposedly awarded to Japanese workers--union recognition; lifetime employment for industrial workers; worker-management cooperation through worker councils; and traditionalistic cooperation within families whereby the wife happily manages the home and the family while the husband contentedly works long hours at the plant--and Japanese exceptionalism seems all too evident.
Mingle of traditionalistic patriarchal values, elements of strong authoritarianism, and socialist collectivism and egalitarianism, blended with "self-governmental consciousness" (1) was empirically established.
Traditionalistic political cultures are rooted in feudal-like notions of society and government that developed in the context of the agrarian plantation economy.
So we hypothesize that states in the top ranks on these two dimensions of the SEF tend to embody Elazar's individualistic and, particularly, moralistic political subculture, while states in the bottom ranks on these two dimensions tend to realize Elazar's traditionalistic culture more fully.
By contrast, most of the traditionalistic nations of the non-industrial world, subjected to some measure of colonization or domination by Europe, America, or Japan, seemed to be rapidly approaching infirmity, frail and hesitant in a ferocious social Darwinian world.
He uses the term to describe the ways in which the ruling elite of the Ottoman Empire, on the one hand, resisted European Orientalism, while they, on the other hand, created a parallel Orientalism with which they defined themselves as the creative, dynamic, modernizing element of the empire and described other peoples as backward, violent, and traditionalistic stumbling blocks to modernization.
I will "hold my fire" and not critique the Reform movement from a traditionalistic perspective, although reading the book I was very tempted to do so.
Max Weber, of course, argued that the spread of Calvinism, which emphasized "individualistic motives of rational legal acquisition by virtue of one's own ability and initiative," WEBER, THE PROTESTANT ETHIC, supra note 63, at 179, quoted in ALAN MACFARLANE, THE ORIGINS OF ENGLISH INDIVIDUALISM: THE FAMILY, PROPERTY AND SOCIAL TRANSITION 47 (1978), "had the psychological effect of freeing the acquisition of goods from the inhibitions of traditionalistic ethics.
The authors also note that religion has been predictive of important cross-cultural dimensions, such as traditionalistic over against hedonistic motivations.
Whilst this work does cover the historical background of these people - an important factor when dealing with such a traditionalistic culture - its main objective is to give an insight into their traditions and beliefs, and how they were formed and have been maintained through the ages.
So, this paper proposes a philosophical position that deviates from both a disconnected incidental schema (usually termed phenomenological, hermeneutical, or constructivistic schema) and a constricted schema (usually termed traditionalistic schema).