familism


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familism

the beliefs of the familists, members of an antinomian sect of 16th-and 17th-century Europe. — familist, n. — familistic, adj.
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Building on this body of research, Kim (2010) used data from the World Values Survey to measure four values highlighted in the discourse on Asian values: familism, communalism, authority, and work ethic.
Acculturation, familism and alcohol use among Latino adolescent males: Longitudinal relations.
Observing that a very common case of gender insensitivity is to consider the family as the smallest unit of analysis (familism), Eichler considers familism to be a source of (gender) bias (Eichler, 1988).
Familism and collectivist views are more popular globally, in which the family makes decisions as a unit (Chen et al.
The author covers familism as a threat to the environment, the history of the Opium Wars, the balance of power between China and the United States, core components of Chinese culture, religious vitality in contemporary China, and a great many other related subjects.
Communalism, familism, and filial piety: Are they birds of a collectivist feather?
304) Familism (Beechem, 1995; Calvin, "For Maria, the 'good old days' 2004; Calvin signified a family 'fiesta' et al.
Ethnicity and nativity status as determinants of perceived social support: Testing the concept of familism.
We focus on meaning in life, hope, and familism (Pina-Watson, Ojeda, Castellon, & Dornhecker, 2013; Villarreal, Blozis, & Widaman, 2005) as a conceptual framework.
More broadly, I argue--in light of current trends and in some instances despite them--for the possibility and desirability of an emergent transpartisan cultural familism as a meaningful cue for public policy reform, particularly regarding marriage and family structure.
familism support, familism obligations, familism referents, respect, religion, and traditional gender roles) reflect values associated with Mexican/Mexican American beliefs, behaviors, and traditions, whereas the remaining three themes (i.