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Chapter 2

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PSYC14H3
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Sisi Tran

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Chapter 2
2.6
2.6.1
The closer connection between people nowadays is causing cultures to be transmitted
even more easily
Globalization is also another important factor to the spreading of various of culture
oBy it is parallel with an opposing trend increasing tribalism (many eastern
bloc countries broke down into smaller cultures)
2.6.2
Individualistic: encourages individuals to prioritize their own personal goals ahead
of those the collective and consider how they are different from others
Collective: encourage individuals to place more emphasis on collective goals
especially goals of ones ingroups
oi.e.: the children from one class should move to the next grade together
Bowling Alone Robert Putnam: showed how from the 1960s people went from a
collective culture to a more individualistic cultural due to the changes with society of
excessive working hours and less time for socializing
oYounger Americans tend to be more individualistic
oIn the newer generation of children, people spend more time with television,
video games and less time with outdoor activities
oAnother possible factor is women entering the workforce
Hence, less time with family
2.6.3
Flynn Effect showing that over the past few generations the IQ scores for the
recent people are increasing
Difficult to conceive of intelligence outside a particular cultural context and makes it
even more difficult to understand the increasing IQ scores across generations
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Chapter 2 2.6 2.6.1 The closer connection between people nowadays is causing cultures to be transmitted even more easily Globalization is also another important factor to the spreading of various of culture o By it is parallel with an opposing trend increasing tribalism (many eastern bloc countries broke down into smaller cultures) 2.6.2 Individualistic: encourages individuals to prioritize their own personal goals ahead of those the collective and consider how they are different from others Collective: encourage individuals to place more emphasis on collective goals especially goals of ones ingroups o i.e.: the children from one class should move to the next grade together Bowling Alone Robert Putnam: showed how from the 1960s people went from a
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