I wonder to what extent MBTI could be culturally developed.
For example, most women are xSFJ, a type that follows a "typical" woman based on traditional social expectations. Inversely, more Ts are men than women.
In the US, most people are SJ types, something that falls into prized American values. Is this culturally enforced onto children? A product of immigration?
Would we find a higher percentage of introverts in Scandinavian and East Asian societies than in the US? Or are there are an equal number of extroverts, but ones that "hold back" or otherwise express their extroversion in more subtle ways because of cultural constraints?
I guess I'm asking a larger question, which is the role of nature versus nurture. And if nurture has a role in our personality development, would we see a shift in MBTI distributions as our culture changes? Like, would there be a higher distribution of introverts as we become more immersed in a solitary, digital world?