CULTURAL DIVERSITY

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THE TEACHER OBSERVES A CHILD WHO PREFERS TO HELP PEERS, AND SUBORDINATE HIS PERSONAL INTERESTS TO THE INTERESTS OF THE GROUP. THIS BEHAVIOR LEADS THE TEACHER TO CONCLUDE THAT THE CHILD IS OPERATING FROM THE____________ SOCIAL ORIENTATION.
a. individualistic
b. cooperative/competitive
c. cooperative/collectivistic
d. competitive/individualistic

i think it is B im i on the right track..

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    I disagree. I don't see anything competitive in this child's behavior.

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    oh no what do u think

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    book.. cooperative includes altruism(a preference for helping and protecting other) competitive includes preferences for superiority (obtaining more than other)and rivaly individualistic is a preference for obtaining gains and avoiding losses for oneself

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    Do you understand the other choices?

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    im trying

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    it doesnt say anything about collectivistic

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    http://www.answers.com/topic/collectivism

    Collectivistic is just the adjective form of collectivism.

    What do you think the difference is between these two?
    b. cooperative/competitive
    c. cooperative/collectivistic

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    after i looked a what u sent me i think it is C but this book don't have that listed has a social orientation

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    it has them 3 listed and that is it i was not sure what collectivistice was

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    i hope im right

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    Yes, you're right. C is correct.

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    thanks so much !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    You're welcome.

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