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What is cross-cultural psychology? How is cross-cultural psychology different from general psychology?

What is the difference between ethnicity and nationality? How are these concepts understood in the United States of America?

Has psychology been used to support sexism, cultural imperialism and racism? Why or why not?

Why is critical thinking important in the field of cross-cultural psychology?

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What is cross-cultural psychology? How is cross-cultural psychology different from general psychology?
A cross-cultural focus on differences and similarities in values and behaviors, comparing two or more cultures on various dimensions, such as values, preferences, self-concept, and effective leadership (Erez, 2011). Cross-cultural psychology takes two cultures and compares them to each other on basis of biology, ethics, religion, development, etc. In general psychology there is one group that analyzed based on the impact of environment, biology, social, cognition, etc.

What is the difference between ethnicity and nationality? How are these concepts understood in the United States of America?

Ethnicity blends together a group with shared culture, values, beliefs, language, and spirituality (Balcazar, 2010). Race and culture of origin is also ...

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