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    The development and initial validation of the work convictions questionnaire to measure approaches to ethical decision making in the workplace: Part 2.Estelle Boshoff, Tina Kotzé & Petrus Nel - 2014 - African Journal of Business Ethics 8 (2).
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    Measuring context-specific collectivism: The Metzian Ubuntu Inventory.Aïda C. Terblanché-Greeff & Petrus Nel - 2022 - South African Journal of Philosophy 41 (4):401-414.
    Cultural values are often used to categorise groups, e.g. individualism versus collectivism. Often when cultural values are measured, etic scales are used without giving attention to cultural value nuances, e.g. different types of collectivism. An example of a nuanced cultural value is found in the interpretation of ubuntu as a context-specific presentation of collectivism in South Africa. In this article, which may be viewed as an instance of experimental philosophy, the concept of ubuntu will be introduced based on the work (...)
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    Undertaking Empirically-Engaged African Philosophy: The Development and Validation of the African Time Inventory.Aïda C. Terblanché-Greeff & Petrus Nel - 2023 - Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture 7 (1):47-64.
    Cross-cultural conflict is often rooted in variation between values from different cultures, for example, differences in time orientation. Usually, individuals are monochronic or polychronic regarding time orientation. In South Africa, the term African time represents a nuanced polychronic time orientation. As this term is often used pejoratively, it is cardinal to break down stigmatization and create cultural awareness regarding this unique time orientation. In this paper, we argue that people must be cognizant of particular time orientations to facilitate intercultural dialogue (...)
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