January 01, 2011

Culture differences between Japanese & Australians show need to repect each others culture more

"Cultural differences were found, with Japanese students lower than Australian students on decisional self-esteem, higher on decisional stress, and higher on complacency, avoidance, and hypervigilance coping styles. These findings are related to cross-cultural differences between Australia (an individualistic culture) and Japan(a collectivistic or group-oriented culture)"


Source:Differences between Australian and Japanese Students in Decisional Self-Esteem, Decisional Stress, and Coping Styles
Mark H.B. Radford, Leon Mann, Yasuyuki Ohta, Yoshibumi Nakane
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology September 1993 vol. 24 no. 3 284-297
http://spjcc.highwire.org/content/24/3/284.abstract

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