Parent Education Course Writer's Guide/Model of culture/Table 2

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Cultural dimension Family culture School culture Youth culture
Education-friendly or educationally deprived
Weak vs. strong uncertainty avoidance (Need for or resistance to formalism)
Small vs. large power distance (View of hierarchies, e.g. respect)
Materialism or post-materialism
Long-term or short-term orientation
Ethnocentrism/exclusionism vs. universalism
Liberalness or restriction/self-restraint
Higher-order volitions or impulsivity
Monochronic (time-oriented) vs. polychronic (simultaneous) aspects (e.g. punctuality)
Sense of time:
Asia past-oriented (ancestors, values)
Latin America, Africa, Southern Europe present-oriented
Western Europe, North America future-oriented (accomplishing goals)