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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
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 social… Expand
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 from… Expand
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 constructs… Expand
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 factor… Expand
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 a… Expand
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 Chinese… Expand
Some determinants of reactions to procedural models for conflict resolution: A cross-national study.
- K. Leung
- 1 November 1987
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