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Peter B. Smith
University of Sussex
SociologyPsychologySocial scienceSocial psychologyCollectivism
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#1Peter B. Smith (University of Sussex)H-Index: 42
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#1Peter B. Smith (University of Sussex)H-Index: 42
#2Michael Harris Bond (PolyU: Hong Kong Polytechnic University)H-Index: 65
Valid understanding of the relationship between cultures and persons requires an adequate conceptualization of the many contexts within which individuals work and live. These contexts include the more distal features of the individual’s birth ecology and ethno-national group history. These features converge more proximally upon individual experience as “process” variables, through the institutional-normative constraints and affordances encountered through socialization into a diverse set of cult...
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La relacion entre las dimensiones de la autodefinicion y los estados de animo auto-reportados fueron evaluados en dos muestras de estudiantes mexicanos. Las escalas que se emplearon se enfocaron en siete diferentes aspectos de la auto-definicion. Las respuestas de los participantes favorecieron predominantemente maneras individualistas de describirse a si mismos, aunque tambien puntuaron alto en mediciones de conexion con los demas. Estos efectos son particularmente fuertes en los participantes ...
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#1Mark F. Peterson (UCPH: University of Copenhagen)H-Index: 30
#2Aycan Kara (Indiana University Southeast)H-Index: 3
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The present study consists of managers and professionals in 26 countries including seven from Central and Eastern Europe. The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether culture dimensions predict country differences in the relationship between gender and organizational commitment. The study integrated theories of social learning, role adjustment and exchange that link commitment to organizational roles to explain such differences in gender effects. Findings indicate that an alternative mode...
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#1Charles HarbH-Index: 14
#2Peter B. SmithH-Index: 42
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#1Charles HarbH-Index: 14
#2Peter B. SmithH-Index: 42
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This research is designed to test alternative explanations for changes in national frequencies in reported pro-social behaviors. Representative samples drawn from 136 nations reported whether in the past month they had helped a stranger who needed help, donated money to a charity, and worked as a volunteer for an organization. Change in frequencies of these behaviors over a 6 year interval were examined in relation to changes in values and in social context. Increases were more frequent in more ...
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#1Michael Harris Bond (PolyU: Hong Kong Polytechnic University)H-Index: 65
#2Peter B. Smith (University of Sussex)H-Index: 42
To broaden our understanding of culture-as-operative in organizational settings and make these cultural influences tractable to empirical analysis, we focus upon individual behavior as the outcome of interest and acknowledge the embeddedness of an organizational member in a nested and multiple array of cultures be they national, regional, organizational, or local-interpersonal. At any one of these levels, we may expect cross-cutting impacts of cultural identities built around ethnicity, organiza...
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