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ArtikelDo Child - Rearing Values in Taiwan and The United States Reflect Cultural Values of Collectivism and Indiviualism ?  
Oleh: Tamis-LeMonda, Catherine S. ; Shuyuan, Wang
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology ( vol. 34 no. 6 (Nov. 2003), page 629-642.
Topik: individualism; child - rearing values; individualism; collectivism; taiwan
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Isi artikelEighty - one middle - class mothers of 3 - ad 4 - year old children forms urban cities in taiwan and the united states were interviewed about their child - rearing values. Three methods were used to assess values, opended probes, likert - type ratings, and ordering of values according to importance. Child - rearing values could be grouped into five broad categories : individuality, achievement, proper demeanor, decency and connectedness. U. S. mothers' child - rearing values were somewhat consistent with an individualistic orientation, yet they considered values associated with connectedness to be most important. Taiwanese mothers' child - rearing values were less focused on any specific category. Findings from the three methods suggest that child - rearing values in taiwan and the united states cannot be dichotomized as collectivist or individualist. Mothers in the two societies embraced both individualist and collectivist values.
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