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Issue 2/2014

Okładka pierwszego numeru czasopisma Psychologia Społeczna

 

Cultural dimensions of entitlement


Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska, Jarosław Piotrowski, Piergiorgio Argentero,
Sergiu Baltatescu, Gopa Bardhwaj, Marcin Bukowski, Rachel Calogero,
Melania Chargazia, Amanda Clinton, Murnizam H.J. Halik, Dzintra Ilisko,
Narine Khachatryan, Martina Klicperova-Baker, Monika Kovacs, Eva Letovancova,
Kadi Liik, Jarosław Michałowski, Hilde T. Nord, Elena Paspalanova,
Mariano Rojas, Joanna Różycka, Beate Seibt, Iryna Semkiv,
Habib Tiliouine, Ha Khanh Truong, Alain Van Hiel, Kees van den Bos,
Eduardo Wills - Herrera



Abstract
Drawing from the large cross-cultural survey carried out on student samples from 27 countries (N = 6192), there was tested applicability (on the individual and the cultural level) of the three-dimensional model of entitlement . In this article we show that this model allows for cross-cultural comparisons of entitlement attitudes and describe their relations to socio-economic development of societies (including functioning of democracy and economy) and cultural values by S. Schwartz. The results have been discussed in terms of John Berry`s eco-cultural model and Ronald Inglehart`s human development theory.

Keywords: cultural entitlement attitudes, social development, ecocultural model, human development theory, cultural values

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