Individualism focuses on empowering people through individual rights, but collectivism focuses on empowering people through collective rights. Individualists argue that self-reliance should be emphasized. Collectivists a... More »

Culture shapes personality in a number of ways, including a tendency for either individualism or collectivism, the fostering of "masculine" or "feminine" values and a proclivity for judging others. For example, a Univers... More »

Individualistic culture is when the culture focuses on the individual's needs and looks for happiness on an individual level before looking to the group. An example of an individualistic culture would be the United State... More »

Culture shapes personality in a number of ways, including a tendency for either individualism or collectivism, the fostering of "masculine" or "feminine" values and a proclivity for judging others. For example, a Univers... More »

The sociopolitical philosophy of cooperative individualism calls for people of all societies to establish a legal system that promotes and protects equal opportunity, liberty and human rights. Cooperative individualism i... More »

Multinational companies face various cultural problems such as understanding societal trends to individualism versus collectivism, time relationships, language barriers and cultural traditions. Nevertheless, many multina... More »

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The five ethical principles involved with psychological research are beneficence and nonmaleficence, fidelity and responsibility, integrity, justice, and respect for people's rights and dignity. These principles must be ... More »