Examples of Collectivist Cultures?

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A collectivist culture is a culture in which people tend to view themselves as members of groups and usually consider the needs of the group to be more important than the needs of individuals. These types of cultures can be found in Asian cultures and also in Cuba.
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A collectivist culture is one in which people tend to view themselves as members of groups( families, work units, tribes, nations), and usually consider the needs of the group to
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