Author Archive for: ‘Daniel Weishut’
The process of becoming acquainted varies among cultures. I will relate here to the topics of “names” and “greeting behavior.”
I will supply the reader with some insights in central aspects of Bedouin life and culture.
The differences in value orientation as regarding individualism and collectivism may express themselves in many aspects of the friendship.
I relate to the development of intercultural friendships and offer a description of cultural differences pertaining to friendships.
Much could be written here about interculturality when it comes to Israeli and Palestinian societies, which provide the context of this study.
Daniel Weishut, Psy.D. When referring to conflict it is inevitable to relate to issues of aggression, power and honor. The …
I will present an overview of the professional literature on the two main components of this study, interculturality and friendship.
The four cultural dimensions studied will be individualism/collectivism, uncertainty avoidance, power distance and masculinity/femininity (Hofstede, 2001). Data will be organized here as descriptions according to topics and analyzed in light of the literature.