[ExI] Exclude Me If You Can: Cultural Effects on the Outcomes of Social Exclusion

Dan TheBookMan danust2012 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 24 13:52:06 UTC 2015

On Oct 24, 2558 BE, at 6:32 AM, BillK <pharos at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 24 October 2015 at 14:08, Dan TheBookMan  wrote:
>> http://m.jcc.sagepub.com/content/46/4/579.abstract
> Abstract
> We examined how individualistic versus collectivistic cultural
> backgrounds affected the psychological experience of social exclusion.
> We found that Turkish, Chinese, and Indian participants
> (collectivistic background) differed in their experience of social
> exclusion from German participants (individualistic background).
> You can read the full text here (if you really want to!):
> <http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Susanna_Yeung/publication/272493721_Exclude_Me_If_You_Can_Cultural_Effects_on_the_Outcomes_of_Social_Exclusion/links/55a8835908ae815a042145e6.pdf>
> But it strikes me as a waste of time.
> Only 120 to 180 participants tested, to cover all nationalities.
> Inclusion / exclusion tested by playing a computer game or writing an essay.
> Testing millions by unfriending on Facebook might be a better method.

I agree that the sample size and range of ethnic groups was too small to be more than suggestive and in need of further study.


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