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        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages40
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Sequential or synchronic time perception? Everything moves forwards and our schedules are set. The mandatory, two-minute exchange of business cards CULTURES AND TIME. executives meeting each other for the first time is one of the clearest examples of a time activity segment being used to mark the beginning of a relationship. Kronos attempts to devour all of his children, but Rhea fools him and manages to save one: Zeus.language, age, religion, socioeconomic development, ethnicity.

If American deadlines and meeting times are said to be strict, than the same aspects in Japanese culture would be even stricter. Cognition, 124 125—35. Thimpu, Bhutan: Centre for Bhutanese Studies. Cross-cultural psychologists study how different cultural factors influence individual behavior. What social message is being sent when the accepted rules are broken? In event-time societies, modes of time-reckoning tend to express social experience. The Americans are not the only ones who sanctify timekeeping, for it is practically a religion in Switzerland and Germany, too.

But in a polychronic culture, time is seen as flexible. Germans see compartmentalization of programs, schedules, procedures and production as the surest route to efficiency. According to his assessment, Switzerland, Ireland, Germany, Japan, and Italy were the fastest countries. Levine is currently President of the Western Psychological Association. It may denote nothing is happening or that something is going wrong.

When Cultural Differences Interfere with Your Time

8 years university students both tested in English. American Anthropologist, 74, 518 529. To provide a final test of the generalizability of the TFH, we assessed how well they fit the predictions of the model.