Japanese and German adolescents' control orientation : a cross-cultural study

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Essau, Cecilia Ahmoi
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TROMMSDORFF, Gisela, ed. and others. Japan in transition: sociological and psychological aspects. Lengerich: Pabst Science, 1998, pp. 198-211
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The purpose of this study was to compare the preference/or primary and secondary control among adolescents in "individualistic" (Canada. USA. Germany) and "collectivistic" (Malaysia and Japan) cultures. A total of 536 persons (195 males and 341 females) participated in the study and answered two questionnaires measuring control orientation. As predicted, adolescents in collectivistic cultures scored significantly higher on secondary control than adolescents in individualistic cultures. However, the pattern of control orientation was not homogeneous in "individualistic" and "collectivistic" cultures. Japanese adolescents differed from German adolescents: they preferred primary control less and chose renunciation of control more in case offailure of control. The results are interpreted as e.flects of differences in socialization of cultural values and practices and changing contextual demands.

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primary control, secondary control, individualistic culture, collectivistic culture, adolescents
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ISO 690TROMMSDORFF, Gisela, Cecilia Ahmoi ESSAU, 1998. Japanese and German adolescents' control orientation : a cross-cultural study. In: TROMMSDORFF, Gisela, ed. and others. Japan in transition: sociological and psychological aspects. Lengerich: Pabst Science, 1998, pp. 198-211
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