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Cultures with Different Activity Orientations

What are the differences in behavior exhibited by people who come from cultures that have different activity orientations?

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The differences in behavior will depend on what the differences are in the cultures. Here are a few examples though.

Individualism vs. Collectivism - This is the age old West vs. East issue. Western cultures tend to value individualism while Eastern cultures value collectivism. This means for activities, those in the West are more likely to think about their own well-being, how it will make them look, and will do whatever ...