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Allocentric and Idiocentric Cultural Influences

What is an allocentric and idiocentric?

Which one of these describe you and the circumstances you display either of these tendencies and why.

What the specific thoughts and behaviors that you would characterize as allocentric or idiocentric. Describe how someone who is at the opposite end of the individualist-collectivist continuum might behave differently in these circumstances and the possible conflicts or misunderstandings that might arise between you and this person.

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Cultural Influences:

There are many differences of an allocentric and indiocentric personality within the individualist-collectivist continuum. Allocentric and idiocentric are displayed based upon ones' cultural influences, psychological and socioemotional status. "Hierarchical judgments can be either self-referential or allocentric (pertaining to two or more external agents)" and impacts their perceptions. Allocentric (egocentric) may behave differently in a social individualistic-collectivistic continuum based on whether they view those in a friend or enemy perception. ...

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This solution discusses how someone who is at the opposite end of the individualist-collectivist continuum have conflicts arise in 287 words.

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