Results revealed that Indians reported greater collectivism than Americans and, in turn, held stronger romantic beliefs. doi: 10.2307/2137252 Pubmed Abstract | Pubmed Full Text | Cross Ref Full Text | Google Scholar Wolkomir, M. Making heteronormative reconciliations: the story of romantic love, sexuality, and gender in mixed-orientation marriages.
Additionally, Indians' greater collectivism and endorsement of more traditional gender roles in part predicted their preferences for a marital partner possessing traditional characteristics, and fully accounted for their heightened concerns about encountering future difficulties in marital life.
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Previous studies have established that Indians tend to be greater in collectivism and gender role traditionalism than Americans.