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After all, according to past research findings, collectivistic employees are more likely to identify with their organization's interests (Markus and Kitayama 1991), be extra sensitive to the support received from it (Eisenberger et al.
Based on the above evidence, we can safely assume that for Chinese Internet users, namely those who identify with the collectivistic cultural dimension, Web sites with collectivistic appeals will be schema consistent.
The third step was to support the students in contextualizing the discomfort they were experiencing in terms of the dimensions within the collectivistic culture.
They reflected the individualistic and the collectivistic traits of the respondents' cultures, and differences in economic prosperity between the old and well-established and the new and relatively poor EU members.
Rehabilitation counselors may find that collective interviewing or family therapy approaches are more valuable when working with trauma clients with a collectivistic worldview.
standard of living), we investigated the main relationships among consumers of Malaysia, a collectivistic Asian country of diverse religious subcultures.
In contrast, the 'self' collectivistic culture is situation ally based and depends heavily on the social environment at the time the social interaction takes place.
The studies on work-life balance conducted in the United States and other Western countries characterized as having an individualistic society may show results different from those of studies in Asian countries such as South Korea, characterized as a collectivistic society.
In a collectivistic culture like India, interpersonal obligations to family members and social ties with one's community are an important consideration in evaluating one's employment.
When an Arab executive says "YES": Identifying different collectivistic values that influence the Arabian decision making process.
In most collectivistic cultures, it was common to see a group put more emphasis on harmony than expressing individual opinions in communication.