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Horizontal – emphasizes equality; one self is more or less like every other self Vertical – emphasizes hierarchy; one self is rather different from other selves Horizontal Individualism (HI) unique and distinct from groups; not especially interested in becoming distinguished or in having high status (e.g., Scandinavia) HI = MP, EM HI = Equality + Freedom Vertical Individualism (VI) distinguished and acquire status; individual competitions (e.g., USA and UK) VI = MP, AR VI = Freedom, but not Equality
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Horizontal Collectivism (HC) people see themselves as similar to others,
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Unformatted text preview: emphasize common goals with others, interdependence and sociability; do not easily submit to authority (e.g., Israeli Kibbutz) HC = CS, EM HC = Equality, but not Freedom Vertical Collectivism (VC) people emphasize the integrity of the in-group, are willing to sacrifice their goals for the sake of in-group, and support competitions of their in-groups with out-groups. VC = CS, AR VC = no Equality and no Freedom Variations are normal within cultures. The survey is a profile of dominant pattern, not one response to all situations....
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