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Pei, R., Cosme, D., Andrews, M. E., Mattan, B. D., & Falk, E. (2020). Cultural influence on COVID-19 cognitions and growth speed: The role of cultural collectivism. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/fet6z
- Aug 2020
Yu, X. (n.d.). Opinion | I’m from Wuhan. I got covid-19—After traveling to Florida. Washington Post. Retrieved 17 July 2020, from https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/07/15/im-wuhan-i-got-covid-19-after-traveling-florida/
- government response
- crisis management
- social stigma
- law enforcement
- individual responsibility
- inconsistent policies
Webster, G. D., Howell, J. L., Losee, J. E., Mahar, E., & Wongsomboon, V. (2020). Culture, COVID-19, and Collectivism: A Paradox of American Exceptionalism? [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/hqcs6
- Feb 2019
individualistic, devoid of the community
Individualism vs. collectivism cultures
too individualistic, devoid of the community feeling
This begins to take aim at the tension between individualism and collectivism, a "me vs. we" scenario with great implications in social society, as well as in the intellectual realm.
- Jul 2018
Capitalism leads to dole queues, the scramble for markets, and war. Collectivism leads to concentration camps, leader worship, and war. There is no way out of this unless a planned economy can somehow be combined with the freedom of the intellect, which can only happen if the concept of right and wrong is restored to politics.
Contrast with Peterson's popular critique of collectivism.