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Reflections on cross-cultural familial antecedents of dogmatism.
Paper presented at the International Conference on Authoritarianism and Dogmatism, New York, 12-13 October, 1984.
A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Language Comparison of Dogmatism Scores. Earle, Margaret J. J Soc Psychol, 79, , 69 Oct. Family in cross-cultural perspective. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston  (OCoLC) Online version: Stephens, William N. Family in cross-cultural perspective. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / .
Context,” in Steve J. Kulich and Michael H. Prosser's forthcoming coedited book Cross-Cultural Value Studies, and still need testing. Western Versus Non-Western Cross-Cultural Problems Many early cross-cultural studies focused on comparisons between American and Japanese, American and European, or American and Soviet cultural patterns. ), two potentially critical motivational antecedents—goal setting and dispositional learning orientation—have received little attention in the literature. Earley and Ang () posited that goals are the central motivational element in success-ful cross-cultural adjustment. They suggested that cross-cultural adjustment “requires not only.
“Personality” refers to a multifaceted and enduring internal, or psychological, structure that influences patterns in a person’s actions and expressed attitudes. Researchers have associated personality with such attributes as temperament and values, but most scholarly attention has centered on individual differences in traits, or general behavioral and attitudinal tendencies. out of 5 stars Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Reviewed in the United States on Febru Book is REALLY old and most copies that students have are falling apart. My book completely fell apart with every page detaching from binding. Book is influencial, but has lots of random information about other cultures which could be Reviews: 1.
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Reflections on Cross-Cultural Familial Antecedents of Dogmatism Dr. Yves Benett Principal Lecturer, School of Education, The Polytechnic, Huddersfield, England ° The University of North Carolina Press My interest in Dogmatism was triggered when, some years ago, I embarked on a cross-national study of the personality correlates of teachers'.
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Reflections on cross-cultural familial antecedents of dogmatism. International conference on authoritariaianism and dogmatism (). Religious orientation and complexity of thought about existential concerns. Dogmatism is defined by Rokeach as “a relatively closed cognitive organization of beliefs and disbeliefs about reality, organized around a central set of beliefs about absolute authority which, in turn, provide a framework for patterns of intolerance and qualified tolerance toward others” (p.
).The more open-minded an individual is, the lower that individual is said to be in terms of. Ethnology, 8, – that make up the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample (see Figure "Types of Families in Preindustrial Societies"). Figure Types of Families in Preindustrial Societies The nuclear family that was so popular on television shows during the s remains common today but is certainly less common than during that decade.
A cross‐cultural study of the antecedents of the perceived role of ethics and social responsibility. Scott J. Vitell. Phil B. Hardin Professor of Marketing, School of Business Administration, University of Mississippi, USA.
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Cross-cultural studies have shown that employees in Mexico report higher paternalistic values than employees in the U.S. due to Mexican cultural values that promote strong familial relationships. 10 prominent examples of dogmatism in everyday life 1) Blood transfusions. There are religions that follow the precepts of the scriptures that they assume as sacred, which say that the blood is sacred and contains life.
Therefore, to make blood transfusions to some of its believers would be like eating or ingesting it, which they consider wrong. For whatever reason dogmatism is an area that has attracted a great deal of interest amongst those looking for a dissertation topic. Ackerman, S. Relationship of dogmatism to formal operations: Dissertation Abstracts International.
Al Qataee, A. The relationship of dogmatism, moral- ego-development and sex role among college students majoring in different fields in Saudi.
Existential dogmatism and religiousness had similar positive relationships with mental health, but each had weak predictive strengths. The implications of the current study are that secular and religious adherents have similar levels of mental health, which is contrary to expectations based on.
Cross-Cultural Difference in Perspectives on the Self features the latest research in a dynamic area of inquiry and practice. Considered in these pages are cross-cultural differences in the idea of the person and in models of balancing obligations to the self, family, and community.
ø Revisiting and questioning the concepts of self and self-worth, the authors investigate the extent to which 5/5(1). Disagreement, Dogmatism, and Belief Polarization Thomas Kelly Princeton University The human mind gets creased into a way of seeing things.
--Antoine Lavoisier, Reflections on Phlogiston 1. Introduction Consider the phenomenon of belief polarization. Suppose that two individuals—let’s. Adoption is currently subject to a great deal of media scrutiny. High-profile cases of international adoption via the internet and other unofficial routes, have drawn attention to the relative ease with which children can be obtained on the global circuit, and have brought about legislation which regulates the exchange of children within and between countries.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Laguna, Theodore, Dogmatism and evolution. New York: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Material Type. This research project was a study to determine the relationship of two characteristics--dogmatism and educational philosophy--to teachers' acceptance and understanding of the New Social Studies (NSS).
The sample consisted of secondary social studies teachers from three counties in tho San Francisco Bay Area. Questionnaires were mailed to schools selected at random and were administered by.
Table 1 summarizes lessons derived from guiding undergraduates through the self-study process. Additional discoveries are needed with other groups and in other contexts for intercultural education. Focusing on the preferences, histories, and usual activities of teachers and learners should be useful in guiding self-study in settings within and outside universities.
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Serving as background material were research findings in three areas: (1) dogmatism, tests of dogmatism, the Rokeach Dogmatism Scale, and education-oriented research upon dogmatism; (2) the effect of attitudes upon reading comprehension and upon interpretation of literature; and (3) tests of literary appreciation and the analysis of responses.
Statistical procedures are available that help to determine the degree to which differences in mean values reflect meaningful differences among individuals. The general class of statistics that do this is called "effect size statistics".
When used in a cross-cultural setting, Matsumoto and his colleagues call them "_____" Fill in the blank. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Families, Work, and Change represents the increasing shift of mothers to professionals with chapters on increasing female employment and its effect on family life.
The much-needed search for explanations of family and society change and for new family models is a common thread throughout the book.White has seen it time and time again - young Asian-Americans who feel familial pressure to excel and succeed academically.
Ms. White initially feels a tinge of aggravation toward Lee-Lei's parents.