A Comparative Study of Hispanic‐American and Anglo‐American Cultural Values and Job Choice Preferences

@inproceedings{Stone2006ACS,
  title={A Comparative Study of Hispanic‐American and Anglo‐American Cultural Values and Job Choice Preferences},
  author={Dianna L. Stone and Richard D. Johnson and Eugene F. Stone-Romero and Mark Lewis Hartman},
  year={2006}
}
Using data from 184 employed Hispanic‐American and Anglo‐American participants in the United States, the present study examined the relations between four cultural values (i.e., collectivism, power distance, familism, present time orientation) and job choice preferences. Results revealed that (1) collectivism was positively related to the importance of coworkers and working in a diverse organization, (2) familism was related to preferences for jobs with personal time off, and (3) power distance… CONTINUE READING

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