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(2003).Measurement Equivalence Of 10 Value Types From The Schwartz Value Survey Across 21 Countries.Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 2003; 34; 3 Full Articles available: G. N. Abbott, B. W. Stening, P. W.B. Atkins, and A. M. Grant Coaching expatriate managers for success: Adding value beyond training and mentoring Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, December 1, 2006; 44(3): 295 - 317. R. Fischer Congruence and Functions of Personal and Cultural Values: Do My Values Reflect My Culture's Values? Pers Soc Psychol Bull, ... Read More
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