在代寫-法國、美國和中國的個人主義比較分析中，在個人主義方面，法國71歲的高齡表明它是一個強烈的個人主義國家。國家支持兒童長大後的情感和經濟獨立。另一方面，中國以20分的分數顯示出強大的集體主義文化。這個國家的集體主義文化意味著人們作為一個群體工作，傾向於集體主義考慮，而不是個人主義考慮(Hall & Hall, 1989)。中國的集體主義得分表明，人們不喜歡得到優待，而是喜歡像對待同事或家人一樣，作為一個集體實體重新融入社會。組內是首選，組外不是。與其他兩個國家相比，美國的個人主義得分最高，為91分。這與它的功率距離40形成了對比。因此，盡管是在個人層面上推動，但國家相信人人享有平等權利。因此，個性並沒有轉化為統治，在這個國家也不接受居高臨下的態度。與中國甚至法國相比，美國是一個更加正式和松散的社會。接下來有關代寫-法國、美國和中國的個人主義比較分析分享給大家閱讀。
In terms of individualism, France rates high at 71 indicating it is a strongly individualistic country. The country supports emotional and financial independence of children as they grow older. On the other hand, China is seen to show a strong collectivist culture at a score of 20. The collectivistic culture of the country means people work as a group and tend to collectivistic considerations more than their own individualistic considerations (Hall & Hall, 1989). The collectivistic score of China indicates that people do not prefer to get preferential treatment but instead like to get recolonized as a collective entity, either as with coworkers or family. In groups are preferred, and out groups are not. Now United States compared to the other two countries has the strongest individualistic scores at 91. This contrasts with its power distance at 40. Therefore, although driven at the individual level, the country believes in equal rights for all. Individuality is hence not translated into domination, nor are patronizing attitudes accepted in the country. The United States is a more formal and loosely knit society compared to China and even France.
France has a somewhat feminine culture at a score of 43, focusing on more serious things, such as its welfare context and more, China has a score of 66. The US is closer to the score of China and has a score of 62 indicating that the country is highly competitive and driven. Most of this masculinity is driven internally and is focused on the individual. This contrasts with China where much of the drive is collectivistic (Hofstede, 1983). With a high masculine score, China focuses on success and is a very driven society. People work beyond their normal set work hours, as compared against France which has a 35 hours’ work hours per well. Americans have a “can-do” mentality and are not modest in showing their achievements. This contrasts with the more modest outlook of China on even achievements.
France tends to avoid uncertainty very strongly and has a score of 86. On the other hand, China has a score of 30 here (Hofstede, 2016). The low score indicates that the country is very comfortable with being ambiguous and welcome uncertain situations. The very philosophies of the country such as Confucianism indicates their preference for ambiguity. In terms of uncertainty, the United States scores 46 which shows it embraces uncertainty but not as much as China. Researchers argue that the uncertainty tolerance level of the country could have gone down with incidents such as the 9/11 which has created fear in the minds of people. If this is the case, the Hofstede dimensions value would hence differ for even France with time.