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(p. 63) Alone Together: Comparing Communal Versus Individualistic Resiliency 

(p. 63) Alone Together: Comparing Communal Versus Individualistic Resiliency
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(p. 63) Alone Together: Comparing Communal Versus Individualistic Resiliency
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Stevan E. Hobfoll

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780198508144.003.0004
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date: 25 October 2020

This chapter presents a comparison of communal and individualistic resiliency. It discusses the historical context of individualism and collectivism, individual versus communal-mastery, the correlates and impact of communal-versus self-mastery, and case studies of the role of self-and communal-mastery among inner-city women and Native Americans.

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