Hrm, company-of-origin, analysis

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3) Culture includes conscious and unconscious values, ideas, attitudes, and symbols that shape human behavior and that are confined to one generation.

Answer:  FALSE

5) A "value" is an organized pattern of knowledge that an individual holds to be true about the world.

Answer:  FALSE

7) Aesthetic elements that are attractive, appealing, and in good taste are perceived as decent and accepted universally.

Answer:  FALSE

8) In surveys about color preferences, 50 percent of respondents indicate green is their favorite—and it is favored by a wide margin over the next-preferred color.

Answer:  FALSE

11) In order to convey the sense of the country of origin it is advisable to use the same background music in broadcast commercials in all parts of the world.

Answer:  FALSE

20) "McDonaldization of culture," a term coined by Geert Hofstede, refers to the wide spread of McDonald's restaurants in the world and its adverse impact on global culture.

Answer:  FALSE

22) The president of an American company was interested in dealing with a company in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi CEO made it clear at the outset that the credentials in the documents have less credibility than personal trust and confidence. This shows that the Saudi Arabian culture is a high-context culture.

Answer:  FALSE

25) According to Hofstede's research on cultural values, masculinity dimension describes a society in which social roles of men and women overlap.

Answer:  FALSE

27) The power distance dimension reflects the degree of trust among members of society. Thus, the higher the power distance (PDI), the higher the level of trust.

Answer:  FALSE


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