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ArtikelThe Relation Between Culture and Response Styles : Evidence From 19 Countries  
Oleh: Young, Ik Cho ; Shavitt, Sharon ; Kulesa, Patrick ; Johnson, Timothy
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/jcca) vol. 36 no. 2 (Mar. 2005), page 264-277.
Topik: Relation; acquiescence; extreme response style; culture - level; cross - cultural; method bias
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Isi artikelThe authors investigated at the country level of the effects of four cultural orientations identified and studied by Hofstede on two commonly recognized response biases, extreme response style and acquiescent responding. Data are presented from approximately 18,000 survey questionnaires completed by employees in 19 nations of five continents (australia, belgium, brazil, chezh republic, germany, hungary, india, japan, malaysia, portugal, turkey, the united kingdom, mexico, the philippines, poland, singapore, hong kong, france and italy). Hierarchical linear modeling was employed to examine the associations between person level response styles and country - level cultural orientations. Consistent with theoretical expectations, pwer distance and masculinity were found to be positively and independently associated with extreme response style. Individualism, uncertainty avoidance, power distance, and masculinity were each found to be negatively associated with acquiscent response behaviour. Further reasearch is needed to identify how question chanracteristics might interact with cultural orientations to influence response behaviour.
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