All cultural groups are basically the same.
Psychology i.e. cognition, motivation & behaviour, differ across cultures.
India has what Michael calls 'organised chaos' which impacts their att, beliefs & beh.
Culture influences us which makes it easy to acculturate.
B & c
After beh'ism stopped the study of culture, anthropology was able to explain and extend on new concepts.
Global factors led to a stronger interest in understanding the effects of culture on behaviour.
Triandis developed subjective culture.
Subjective culture is shared cultural knowledge.
An in-situ system is stable compared to dynamic views which are a process of change
The term enculturation refers to coming into new culture from outside culture.
A bicultural individual has been exposed to two cultures.
A bicultural individual has been exposed to two or more cultures.
Culture is a meaning system of a dynamic nature.
Triandis defined culture in terms of being objective.
Collective reality, sociopsychological processes, individ reality & psychological tendencies.
Core cultural ideas, individ reality, psych'al tendencies & norms.
Sociopsych'al processes, norms, ind'al realities & culture.
Culture, indiv reality, norms & collective reality.
Collective reality, indiv reality, sociopsychological processed & psychological tendencies.
Greater choice of ingroups
Ability for autonomy
Individualism & GNP not being highly correlated
B & c
Implicit, studying similar cultural conditions & known as systems-oriented approach
Explicit, studying similar cultural conditions & known as systems-oriented approach
Explicit, studying different cultural conditions & known as systems-oriented approach
Explicit, studying different cultural conditions & specifically the causes of different behaviour
Never about uniformity only differences between & within cultures
Learning, reinforcement, categorisation of experience.
Shared meaning, learning, values
Values, beliefs, norms
Shares meaning, learning, norms
Beliefs, norms, shared meaning
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