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Vertical Collectivism (V-C) describes the conception of the self as a part of an in-group and accepting inequalities within the in-group (Triandis, 1995).
The first study that empirically tested the relationship between the GLOBE cultural dimensions and country risk was Banai's (2012), which found that among all nine cultural dimensions, in-group collectivism had the highest positive correlation with country risk.
Vertical collectivism perceiving the self as a part of a collective being willing to accept hierarchy and inequality within that collective.
This study explores two deeply rooted reasons for the delayed development of counseling licensure in Hong Kong by considering the inherent cultural characteristics of the population, including collectivism and McDonaldization.
Is it any wonder that racism and other forms of collectivism are on the rise?
It also has rotting effects on the intellect of the originator: "Like every other form of collectivism, racism is a quest for the unearned," Rand wrote.
To examine the association of institutional collectivism to overall initiation we conducted a repeated measures multiple regression using a generalized estimating equations (GEE) approach (Liang & Zeger, 1986) in a two-stage model (the main effects followed by interaction terms), with overall initiation treated as a continuous variable.
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Collectivism assumes that groups bind and mutually obligate people (Hofstede, 1980; Oyserman, Coon, & Kemmelmeier, 2002).
The linkages between cultural values like collectivism and individualism have been clearly established with work attitudes like organizational commitment and employee behavior (Woo, 2009).
There was an interaction between collectivism and direct style {B = .