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TitleMapping expressive differences around the world : the relationship between emotional display rules and individualism versus collectivism
Author(s)Matsumoto, David
Seung Hee Yoo
Fontaine, Johnny
Anguas-Wong, Ana Maria
Arriola, Monica
Ataca, Bilge
Bond, Michael Harris
Boratav, Hale Bolak
Breugelmans, Seger M.
Cabecinhas, Rosa
KeywordsDisplay rules
Emotion
Expression
Individualism–collectivism
Cultural norms
Issue date2008
PublisherSAGE Publications
JournalJournal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
Abstract(s)Despite the importance of the concept of cultural display rules in explaining cultural differences in emo- tional expression and despite the fact that it has been more than 30 years since this concept was coined, there is yet to be a study that surveys display rules across a wide range of cultures. This article reports such a study. More than 5,000 respondents in 32 countries completed the Display Rule Assessment Inventory. The authors examined five hypotheses concerning the relationship between display rules and individualism-collectivism (IC). The findings indicated the existence of several universal effects, includ- ing greater expression toward in-groups versus out-groups, and an overall regulation effect. Individualistic and collectivistic cultures differed on overall expressivity endorsement and in norms concerning specific emotions in in-group and out-group situations.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/29563
DOI10.1177/0022022107311854
ISSN0022-0221
Publisher versionhttp://jcc.sagepub.com/
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessRestricted access (UMinho)
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