This article reviews the extent to which individuals from different geocultural regions view and identify affective components perceived to be important in today’s global society. Various regions of the world were categorized to ensure equivalent participation around the world. Eight geocultural regions were identified to compare responses by geographical regions to obtain information on possible differences. A questionnaire was administered to respondents in the eight geocultural regions to obtain their perceptions of important affective components needed in today’s global society. Based on this study, there were at least nine different affective components perceived to be important in today’s global society. All of the nine affective components were perceived to be important in all the geocultural regions. The component adaptability had the overall highest rating and curiosity the overall lowest rating.
Wallenberg-Lerner, Helena H. Ph.D. and James, Wayanne B. Ph.D.
"Important Components Needed in Today’s Global Society From a Cross-Cultural Perspective,"
Journal of International and Global Studies: Vol. 6
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/jigs/vol6/iss1/2
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