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True/False: State whether the following statement is true or false and provide a brief explanation to justify your answer.
1. Self-esteem is usually unrelated to a person's level of education.
True: It is related to the level of confidence a person has with in themselves. 2. In individualistic cultures people are socialized to “fit into the community and to do their duty.” Thus, how an individualist feels about him- or herself is less relevant to life-satisfaction.
False: it is very important how a person feels about themselves because that will reflect on their attitude and behavior which will affect their level of satisfaction in life also their relationship with others is also affected by how they feel about themselves. 3. Global managers need to remember to deemphasize self-esteem when doing business in collectivist (“we”) cultures.
True: Yes in a collectivist culture its more about the we than me. So certain way of individualist acting can be taken as being arrogant.
4. Self-efficacy is functionally the same thing as self-esteem. False: Self-efficacy is being independent or being economically free from others it has nothing to do with self-esteem.
5. People who are low self-monitors are sometimes called chameleons because they can readily adapt their self-presentation to their surroundings. True: I have notice a number of people who are excellent in adapting to any situation in their surroundings which is mostly has a motive.
6. People who believe they control the events that affect their lives are said to possess an internal locus of