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MDA00-221 (29) - UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE DESCRIBES A CULTURAL...

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U NCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE DESCRIBES A CULTURAL MEASURE OF THE DEGREE TO WHICH PEOPLE TOLERATE THREAT AND UNCONVENTIONAL CONDUCT . . H OFSTEDE IDENTIFIED THE DIMENSION OF ACHIEVEMENT VERSUS NURTURING . S UCCESS IS THE MEASURE TO WHICH VALUES AKIN TO ASSERTIVENESS , THE ACQUISITION OF MONEY AND MATERIAL GOODS , AND COMPETITORS BE SUCCESSFUL . N URTURING EMPHASIZES SENSITIVITY IN RELATIONSHIPS AND DRAWBACK FOR THE WELFARE OF OTHERS . . L ENGTHY - TIME PERIOD AND SHORT - TERM ORIENTATION . M EN AND WOMEN IN INTERNATIONAL LOCATIONS HAVING LONG - TERM ORIENTATION CULTURES LOOK TO THE LONGER TERM AND WORTH THRIFT AND PERSISTENCE . Q UICK - TIME PERIOD ORIENTATION VALUES THE PRIOR AND GIFT AND EMPHASIZES A APPRECIATE FOR
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