Chinese Values and the Search for Culture-Free Dimensions of Culture

@article{1987ChineseVA,
  title={Chinese Values and the Search for Culture-Free Dimensions of Culture},
  author={楊國樞 and Kuo-shu Yang},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  year={1987},
  volume={18},
  pages={143 - 164}
}
A survey of Chinese values was constructed and administered to university students in 22 countries around the world. An ecological factor analysis was run on the culture means for the 40 scale items and revealed four dimensions of cultural valuing. In a search for validities, country scores on these four factors were correlated with those derived from a Western survey of work-related values by Hofstede (1980). Three of the factors from the Chinese Value Survey (CVS) correlated at high levels… 
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