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|Title:||A Self-Anchoring Instrument and Analytical Procedure for Reducing Cultural Bias in Cross-Cultural Research||Authors:||Funkhouser, G.R.||Issue Date:||1993||Citation:||Funkhouser, G.R. (1993). A Self-Anchoring Instrument and Analytical Procedure for Reducing Cultural Bias in Cross-Cultural Research. Journal of Social Psychology 133 (5) : 661-673. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||A non-culture-bound survey instrument & analytic procedure developed for making cross-cultural comparisons was tested on 9 samples of students from 7 countries: the US, West Germany, Japan, Singapore, Argentina, Nigeria, & India. This method was found to tap reliably two apparently universal motivational dimensions (power & control) that could be used as a basis for comparing different cultures. This approach offers the possibility of cross-cultural assessments with a minimum amount of cultural bias, & may enable researchers to view one culture from the point of another culture.||Source Title:||Journal of Social Psychology||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/129454||ISSN:||00224545|
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