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Is one of the measures of national culture used by Geert Hofstede in an analysis of international differences in work culture. It refers to the extent to which society is viewed as being composed of separate individuals or of social groups, with individual identity being attached to that of the family, clan, or organization. [See power-distance and uncertainty avoidance.]

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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