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UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR BUSINESS SCHOOL EEB 20303 CROSS CULTURAL MANAGEMENT GROUP: IB20 SIR MAS BAMBANG BAROTO FATHIN SYAKILA BINTI ZAKARIA 62215115134 CONTENT
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NO. CONTENT PAGES 1. Background of the study 3-4 2. Introduction Leadership and Culture 5 3. US – Thinking styles 6 4. Leader styles 7 5. Self-awareness 8 6. Motivation 8 7. Interpersonal styles 8 8. Middle East (Eygpt) – Thinking styles 9 9. Leader styles 9 10. Self-awareness 10 11. Motivation 10 12. Interpersonal styles 11 13. Discussion both analysis 12 14. Conclusion 13 15. References 14 Background of the Study United States In some parts of the United States "Anglo-American" is shortened to "Anglo" and applied to white Americans who are not of Hispanic or Latino origin and sometimes 1
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to those who are not of French origin, but the latter criterion is based on specific linguistic considerations and limited to Louisiana and parts of Texas. Americans of French or French-Canadian descent who are not Cajun and whose first and usual language is English are usually considered part of the Anglo group without further distinction because they are part of the white race and their ancestors immigrated from Europe. In the Southwest United States , "Anglo", short for "Anglo American", is used as a synonym for non-Hispanic Whites ; that is, all European Americans (except Latin Americans), most of whom speak the English language, even those who are not necessarily of British or English descent. If language is taken into consideration the term "Anglo-American" also excludes Franco-Americans such as the Cajuns of Louisiana , but would include them when language is excluded as a criterion. The term "Anglo" has been regularly used by mainstream media such as the Los Angeles Times usually in broad reference to non-Hispanic, English-speaking white Americans of European descent. Some non-Hispanics whites in the United States who speak English but are not of British or English ancestry do not identify with the term Anglo and find the term offensive. For instance, some Cajuns in south Louisiana use the term to refer to area whites who do not have Francophone backgrounds. Irish Americans , the second largest self-identified ethnic group in the United States following German-Americans , also sometimes take umbrage at being called "Anglo". Middle East – Egypt The present Arab states were formed following the breakup of the Ottoman Empire during World War 1 (1914–18). Language and culture are unifying factors; Islam religion providing an overarching body of belief and a strong sense of identity and community. The broader notion of family a kin group or clan involving several households and cousins on the father’s side remains at the basis of Arab social structure. Family welfare is of primary concern. Family ties not only bring security but also commitments. The family is run by an authoritarian father and the family clan by the oldest, competent member. Arabs are highly sensitive towards traders they may turn down a lucrative business deal because they dislike the people they are dealing with,
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