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Title: Cultural Orientation and Subjective Well-Being
Authors: Owusu-Ansah, F.E.
Keywords: Individualism
Cultural Orientation
Subjective Well-Being
Satisfaction with Life
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Journal of Science and Technology
Citation: Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 24 No. 2 2004 pp 76-83
Abstract: There is a plethora of literature that attests to the important implication of cultural orientation for many spheres of human existence. In previous research the individualism-collectivism construct has been associated with, and most predictive of, subjective well-being. However, these studies have predominantly, though not solely, focused on Western and non-African samples. The present study examined the relationship between cultural orientation and subjective well-being in the Ghanaian context The prediction that in a predominantly collectivist cultural context such as Ghana higher levels of collectivism will he associated with greater subjective well-being was confirmed. Contrary to a priori prediction, individualism was also positively associated with subjective well-being. Findings are discussed in light of characteristics of the individualism-collectivism construct and implications for further research.
Description: Article published in the Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 24 No. 2 2004 pp 76-83
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5123
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