Handbook of Management Scales/Social inequality
Social inequality (CR = 0.76)
Hofstede's five cultural factors are reconceptualized as ten personal cultural orientations: independence, interdependence, power, social inequality, masculinity, gender equality, risk aversion, ambiguity intolerance, tradition, and prudence. A new 40-item scale is developed to measure these personal cultural orientations. Much effort has been invested in ensuring validity, reliability, and cross-cultural measurement equivalence of the new scale.
Social inequality represents the degree of inequality among people in a society which the individual accepts as normal.
- A person’s social status reflects his or her place in the society. (0.78)
- It is important for everyone to know their rightful place in the society. (0.75)
- It is difficult to interact with people from different social status than mine. (0.73)
- Unequal treatment for different people is an acceptable way of life for me. (0.69)