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Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
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Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
Mcm 454   (ch.4 presentation)
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  • 1. HOFSTEDE’S DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE CHAPTER 4 Prepared by: Christine, Fatima, Remi and Sara
  • 2. DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE  Every culture has its own personality traits that differentiates it from other cultures such as: - Power Distance - Individualism vs. Collectivism - Masculinity vs. Femininity - Uncertainty Avoidance - Long-term vs. Short-term Orientation
  • 3. THE UNITED STATES  Equal opportunity:
  • 4. THE UNITED STATES  Independence:
  • 5. THE UNITED STATES  Man must conquer nature:
  • 6. THE NETHERLANDS  Equality:
  • 7. THE NETHERLANDS  Long-term thinking:
  • 8. THE NETHERLANDS  Display of status:
  • 9. JAPAN  Power Distance: Pressure on every Japanese person to not shame his/her family, and to avoid ruining social harmony. There is acceptance of society’s ‘rightful place.’
  • 10. JAPAN  Long Term Orientation: Thrift and perseverance – people are expected to work hard, spare resources, and expect slow yet steady results.
  • 11. JAPAN  Collectivistic: Dependence for each family member – it is extremely tough to enter a group because of strong bonds.
  • 12. THE PHILIPPINES  High Power Distance - Economy: “The rich become richer while the poor become poorer.” - Respect for old age: gesture and the use of “po” and “opo.”
  • 13. THE PHILIPPINES  Collectivism - Strong and close family ties  Femininity - known for hospitality and modesty. - nurturing and caring towards others. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-Xu9oxUOso&feature=related
  • 14. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING Any questions?

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