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ArtikelCameronian Forms of Collectivism and Individualism  
Oleh: Kassea, B. Raul ; Ikonen, Terhi ; Pirtilla-Backman, Anna-Maija
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology ( vol. 35 no. 4 (Jul. 2004), page 481-498.
Topik: COLLECTIVISM; cameroon; africa; individualism; collectivism; gender
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Isi artikelThe aim of this study was to investigate collectivism and individualism in cameroon. Cameroonians were hypothesized to be more collectivist than individualist and the women to be more collectivist than the men. Specific regional characteristics were also assumed. Four - hundred and fiteen students (university and senior highs chool) in three different areas filled in questionnaires including the singelis, triandis, bhawuk and gelfand (1995) and the triandis, chen, and chan (1998) scales. Later, a group of univesity students discussed the preliminary results with the researchers. Cameroonians were shown to be more collectivist than individualist. The women were more individulist than the men. This unexpected finding could be interpreted in terms of the everyday struggles of women. Those in the norther area were more collectivist than those in the western area fell between the two. The convergence of the results confirm the suitability of the conceptual distinction.
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