Unmoderated chan s

Unmoderated chan s

Os resultados suportam a relevância do aperto no nível nacional para a confiança em valores e normas, mas a força dos efeitos depende de como é operacionalizada.

Leung y Morris (2015) proponen condiciones bajo los cuales los valores, las normas y los esquemas conducen las diferencias culturales en el comportamiento.

Además, las normas descriptivas muestran efectos principales para tanto las variables dependientes que son predominantemente inmoderadas por la hermeticidad.

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Drawing on this analysis as well as two recent models of cultural tightness-looseness, country-level effects are predicted on the assumption that tighter cultures more frequently create strong situations and looser cultures more frequently create weak situations.

Using secondary data, I examine values as well as perceived descriptive norms and injunctive norms relevant to collectivism in relation to two key dependent measures: helping strangers and emotion regulation.

The relation of embeddedness values to helping strangers is moderated negatively by tightness (in that high embeddedness reduces helping less in the context of tightness), and its relation to emotion regulation is moderated positively (in that embeddedness increases emotion regulation more in the context of tightness).

Furthermore, descriptive norms show main effects for both dependent variables that are predominantly unmoderated by tightness.

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Los resultados apoyan la relevancia de la hermeticidad a nivel nacional en la confianza en valores y normas, pero la fuerza de los efectos depende de cómo esta se operacionaliza.

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