Capitolul 7 Diferente interculturale by Morris,Nisbett,Peng

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This complaint is raised against many societies, but the influence of women is particularly weak in Australia. They are seriously under-represented in both national and state governments, all parliaments, and the senior rank of the public services and of business and industry. PSYCHOLOGY AND THE AUSTRALIAN ZEITGEIST 39 Student enrolments in university psychology courses are typically about 60% female, but women constitute a small minority in senior academic positions and there has never been a woman professor of psychology.

They concluded that '. . with United States data as the reference point, the small samples of psycho­ logists from these five [English-speaking] countries and the somewhat larger samples of [German-speaking] psychologists show such small variations in interest patterns that it is almost futile to search for any substantial, cross-culturally meaningful differences' (Lonner and Adams, 1972, p. 147). The slender evidence in this section, then, suggests that Australian psychologists are rather like psychologists in other 2 The comparisons made in the Table are unavoidably rather rough ones.

The work of psychologists in Australian industry. Occupational Psychology, 23, 38-46. Cunningham, K. S. (1943). The use of psychological methods in wartime in Australia. Occupational Psychology, 17, 111-118. Dunnette, M. D. (1972). Research needs of the future in industrial and organizational psychology. Personal Psychology, 25, 3140. Emery, F. E. (1974). Futures We're In, Centre for Continuing Education, Canberra. Gibb, C. A. (1946). The selection of leaders. The Australian Quarterly, 18, 52-56.

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