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    full of hate and duplicity. We live in a world where people daily deal with inequality and injustice. Collectivism is the idea of saying that an individual life belongs not to him/her but to a society or group of which he/she is a part of. It also saying that the person has no rights and that he must sacrifice his values and goals for the society he lives in. This topic is important because collectivism is the exact opposite of individualism which will help us all to have a better understanding of the

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    Introduction Both Individualism (independence) and collectivism (interdependence) are social constructs that describes societies (Cross et al., 2010). An individualist is a person who places their needs before others (Cross, Hardin & Gercek, 2010). They are unique, outspoken (Dion & Dion, 1993) and tend to originate from the Western world (Fiske & Taylor, 1984). While a collectivist, prioritises the groups needs before his or her own, connected to their social context and tend to come from the Eastern

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    Embracing Collectivism

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    the majority of the people. Above all, collectivism drives society to contribute to the common good. People could be further altruistic and subsidiary towards others. On the contrary, individualism encourages only self-encouragement and turns society apart. Collectivism conveys the value of the whole and binds society closer. To set against social corruption and the spurious abundance of greed that an individualistic society would establish, collectivism should be valued above individualism. Within

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    Debate Question: Which ideological group has had the greatest impact on modern society? Individualism or Collectivism. Terms: Individualism-> when you value the freedom and worth of the individual, sometimes over the security and harmony of the group or a belief in the importance of the individual and the virtue of self-reliance and personal independence Collectivism-> is basically when you think that values and the goals of the group and the common good over the goals of any one individual

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    impact on whether a culture is high-context, or emphasizes the cultural context of a message, or low-context, emphasizes the explicit content (Rothwell, 2010). With individualism, you can either have a collectivistic or individualistic society. Collectivism creates more of a "we-orientation" where the group discourages individual success and encourages the success of the entire group. I believe this makes it easier to create a cohesive group since competition will be automatically stifled. However

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    authored Anthem about 20 years following the occurrences of the Russian Revolution in 1917. In addition, the misdoings and ills of the Soviet regime under the leadership of Josef Stalin contributed in influencing Rand’s insight of the significance of collectivism. The USSR shared a common belief that Communism, which can be explained as an extreme side of socialism, would assist the citizens by collectivizing numerous aspects of their existence. The collectivist principles made an assumption when people

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    Individualism and Collectivism are two accepted theories that are commonly used when dealing with one’s culture and political views. According to Kemmelmeier, H. M. and Coon, Individualism and Collectivism concepts has been used to “depict, clarify, and envision divergence in people’s opinion, behavior, principles, attribution, self perception, socialization, and communication.” Nonetheless, individualism and collectivism has shared some mutual views as well as incongruous stances on humanity,

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    has been deliberation and controversy regarding the idea of individualism and collectivism. However, there are many instances in Western Civilization where there are themes of progression and of the individual holding priority over the community. People have their opinions and are entitled to them, however throughout the timeline of the development of Western Civilization, it can be observed that the idea of collectivism evolved from being an accepted way of living to now something that societies

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    Individualism versus Collectivism in The Fountainhead The theme of The Fountainhead as stated by its author, Ayn Rand, is "individualism versus collectivism, not in politics, but in man's soul." Three major characters serve as types for the noble, contemptible, and parasitic in this comparison. Howard Roark is an architect who serves as Rand's model for individualism to the extent that he is willing to sacrifice everything he has in order to retain his status as an individual. Ellsworth

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    an intriguing story involving the argument between collectivism, and individualism. The contrast from beginning to end transfers from one extreme to the other. Some people may argue that Rand went too extreme on her thoughts between individualism, and collectivism, therefore we can argue with her level of extreme. Ayn Rand made exceptional choices for her contrasts of her avowals, because of her representation of the abhorrences of collectivism, the

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