HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL INDIVIDUALISM AND ACHIEVEMENT VALUES A Multimethod Examination of Denmark and the United States

@inproceedings{Nelson2002HORIZONTALAV,
  title={HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL INDIVIDUALISM AND ACHIEVEMENT VALUES A Multimethod Examination of Denmark and the United States},
  author={Michelle R. Nelson},
  year={2002}
}
The horizontal and vertical distinction within individualism and collectivism was used as a theoretical framework to predict differences in achievement values across two national cultures: Denmark and the United States. As expected, across multiple methods and informant groups, the United States was found to be more vertically oriented than Denmark and Denmark more horizontally oriented than the United States. These differences in cultural orientations also corresponded to differences in the… CONTINUE READING

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