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Methods and Data Analysis for Cross-Cultural Research
A sound guide through the complexities of cross-cultural research, written by an international team of first-rate scholars. Expand
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Social Axioms
To broaden our conceptual framework for understanding cultural differences, the present article reports two studies that examined whether pancultural dimensions based on general beliefs, or socialExpand
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Social Axioms: A Model for Social Beliefs in Multicultural Perspective.
Publisher Summary This chapter describes a global research program designed to evaluate the universality and meaning of a five-factor structure of general beliefs or social axioms. Student data fromExpand
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Development of the Chinese Personality Assessment Inventory
A combined "emic-etic" approach was adopted to develop an indigenous omnibus personality inventory for the Chinese people. The Chinese Personality Assessment Inventory (CPAI) consists of constructsExpand
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Culture-Level Dimensions of Social Axioms and Their Correlates across 41 Cultures
Leung and colleagues have revealed a five-dimensional structure of social axioms across individuals from five cultural groups. The present research was designed to reveal the culture level factorExpand
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Culture and procedural justice: The influence of power distance on reactions to voice.
Abstract A central premise of the procedural justice literature—based on studies conducted mainly in the United States—is that people react unfavorably when they have little voice in aExpand
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Indigenous Chinese Personality Constructs
The universality and sufficiency of the five-factor model in the Chinese context were investigated. In Study 1, analysis of the Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R) and the ChineseExpand
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Conflict Management Style: Accounting for Cross-National Differences
A problem in joint ventures between U.S. and Asian firms is that cultural differences impede the smooth resolution of conflicts between managers. In a survey of young managers in the U.S., China,Expand
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