Differences In Culture

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In today's world of global communications,rapid transportation,and global markets,cultural differences have ceased to exist.

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Culture is not static.

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Norms are abstract ideas about what a group believes to be good,right,and desirable.

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The term society is another name for a country; each country has a single society.

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A country is defined as a system of values and norms that are shared among a group of people and that when taken together constitute a design for living.

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Folkways include rituals and symbolic behavior.

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Upon meeting a foreign business executive,a Japanese executive will hold his business card in both hands and bow while presenting the card to the foreigner.This is an example of ritual behavior.

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Folkways have much greater significance than mores.

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Even if a country can be characterized as having a single homogenous culture,often that national culture is a mosaic of subcultures.

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The values and norms of a culture do not emerge fully formed.

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Individualism has led to a high degree of managerial mobility between companies resulting in managers who have good general skills but lack company-specific experience.

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The emphasis on the individual in the United States may raise the costs of doing business due to its adverse impact on managerial stability and cooperation.

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In countries where the value of group identification is considered to be primary,managers and workers are discouraged from moving from company to company.

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The term social strata refers to the extent to which individuals can move out of the strata into which they were born.

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The most rigid system of stratification is a class system.

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A caste system is a closed system of stratification in which social position is determined by the family into which the person is born.

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A class system is a rigid form of social stratification in which the position a person has by birth cannot be changed through his/her own achievements or luck.

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Class consciousness refers to a condition where people tend to perceive themselves in terms of their class background.

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An antagonistic relationship between management and labor classes may result in lower costs of production.

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Ethical systems may be defined as a system of shared beliefs and rituals that are concerned with the realm of the sacred.

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