• ihioeh
    1080/08911762.2011.545719 Cultural Differences and Similarities in Television Commercials in the Arab World and the United States Morris Kalliny Anshu Saran Salma Ghanem Caroline Fisher ABSTRACT. Understanding the nature and influences of cultural differences is central to international marketing...
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  • Maslo
    competence, mastery, self-confidence, independence and freedom. The latter one ranks higher because it rests more on inner competence won through experience. Deprivation of these needs can lead to an inferiority complex, weakness and helplessness. [edit] 3. Love and belonging After physiological and...
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  • The Role of Culture on Knowledge Transfer: the Case of the Multinational Corporation
    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0969-6474.htm The role of culture on knowledge transfer: the case of the multinational corporation Leyland M. Lucas Department of Management and Business Administration, Morgan State University, Baltimore...
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  • The Cultural Differences International Hotel Companies Encounter in China—Reflected by a Case Study
    The Cultural Differences International Hotel Companies Encounter in China—Reflected By A Case Study Chapter One Introduction “This is the age of global economy in which resource supplies, product markets and business competition are worldwide rather than merely in local or national scope.” “The...
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  • Cultural Across Communicative
    communication styles from various cultures. They aim to help people avoid “culture shock” when living and studying abroad. In the light of that, cultural differences in communication are considered the factor preventing the successful communication among people from different culture. To illustrate to this to...
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  • Individualism vs Collectivism
    their relationships with others. In an individualist culture, the interest of the individual prevails over the interests of the group. Ties between individuals are loose. People look after themselves and their immediate families. In a collectivist culture, the interest of the group prevails over the interest...
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  • Institutional and Cultural Perspectives
    acutely aware of differences in the ‘way of doing things’ from country to country and from region to region. Such differences are seldom more apparent than in the field of organization and management. Not only will this traveler be aware that conventions for doing business are culture- bound, but also...
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  • The Cultural Contribution on the Expression of Creativity
    new, and clearly artistic, something the world has yet to see. Cross culturally, this loose definition could not fully extend to other cultures, like Eastern cultures. Since the expansion of the study of creativity into a field in itself, many psychologists would define creativity in two segments, novelty...
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  • Developmental Proccess of Interpersonal Relationships
    imbalance in giving and recieving. One person is the primary giver, one the primary reciever Ex: Common relationship between teacher, student and doctor, patient. Actually a difference in status is essential for the friendship reciprocity to develop C. Association: Friendly relationship rather than...
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  • Hofstede Canada vs Belgium
    Canadian culture through the lens of the 5-D Model, we can get a good overview of the deep drivers of Canadian culture relative to other world cultures. 1. Power distance This dimension deals with the fact that all individuals in societies are not equal – it expresses the attitude of the culture towards...
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  • THE CULTURAL ANCHORING OF LEADERSHIP STYLES
    flexibility/adaptability to local markets, requiring their managers to possess appropriate leadership styles to cope effectively with different value systems and cultures (Fahy, 2002; Coviello et al., 1998). 2 Arguably, the flattening of hierarchical structures has also contributed to this reshaping process as traditional...
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  • Traits of a Successful Leader & Entrepreneur: a Comparison of Western & Asian Styles
    Research has shown that major cultural differences exist between Western and Asian cultures and this essay seeks to show that adapting a leadership style preferred by that culture will attract the greatest number of followers. This essay will also demonstrate that the key characteristics of successful...
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  • Diversity
    This essay will demonstrate the meaning of High context culture and Low context culture with reference to Hofstede’s Cultural Dimension Collectivism. Later this essay will show how Indian society comes under High Context Culture and the how it is also called as collectivistic society. Last paragraph...
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  • Relationships psya3
    chances of such individual returning their affection as improbable. Overall the initial attraction towards someone would be determined by a comparison between the other person’s attractiveness and their own attractiveness. Those that are matched in social desirability are more likely to interact affectionately...
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  • Report on the Movie 'Joy Luck Club'
    conflict between individualism and collectivism. Although not explicitly expressed, it has a strong impact on the whole course of the movie. The 4 immigrant Chinese mothers, having spent their childhood in Mainland China, embodied a strong collectivistic value. This is a dominant value in Asian culture, especially...
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  • Intercultural Communication
    business success is the one erected by culture." Edward T. Hall and Mildred Reed Hall Why study Intercultural Communication? Cultural diversity and multiculturalism are the realities of everyday life for almost everyone. The growth of interdependence of people and cultures in the global society of the twenty-first...
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  • Women and Television
    vkhattri@amity.edu, varshakhattri@gmail.com Brief Profile: Dr. Sanjeev Bansal is Professoor in the area of Decision sciences. He has a work experience of over 17 years. Currently, he is the Director-MBA & Head, Department of Decision Sciences, Information Technology and Ph.D. Programme at Amity...
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  • Business Communications
    Tiffany Sullivan 2-25-2013 MGM316 Part 1: Cultures and Food If you plan to open a restaurant in a different country it is important to remember that one way people connect to their culture is by having similar food patterns. Immigrants often use food as a means of retaining their cultural identity...
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  • Hrm vs Inhuman
    global village, et al. After all, the world is getting smaller, more competitive, and managing and working in a culturally diverse workplace with many cultures, means the need for human resource managers to understand many views and values. All of these issues and challenges have important implications for...
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  • Vietnam
    context. As many people know Vietnam only as a country that had a lot of unstable times, we will research on the unknown side of their culture. Vietnam’s culture is not well known and people seem to have a lot of incorrect prejudges. As we had prejudges and we were surprised by the outcomes of our...
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