Individualism-collectivism And The Vocational Behavior Of Majority Culture College Students

Title

Individualism-collectivism And The Vocational Behavior Of Majority Culture College Students

Creator

Hartung P J; Speight J D; Lewis D M

Publisher

Career Development Quarterly

Date

1996
1996-09

Description

This study examined whether variation on the cultural constructs of individualism-collectivism in a sample of predominantly majority culture (i.e., Anglo American) college students accounts for significant amounts of variance in their occupational choices, career plans, and work values. Participants (135 women, 55 men) responded to the ''I am'' sentence completion method (Kuhn & McPartland, 1954), the Occupational Plans Questionnaire (Hershenson, 1967), and the Work Values Inventory (Super, 1970). Overall, results indicated no significant relationships between level of collectivism and the career-related variables.

Subject

american; career; ethnic-minorities; occupational values; Psychology

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

87-96

Issue

1

Volume

45

Citation

Hartung P J; Speight J D; Lewis D M, “Individualism-collectivism And The Vocational Behavior Of Majority Culture College Students,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 9, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10118.

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