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Cognition in Cross-Cultural  Organizational Psychology Sharon Glazer San Jose State University
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What Motivates People? What Motivates People? Socialization instills values Personality: Stable and Dynamic Experts in our own cultures Focus on culturally relevant information  (perceive, interpret, react)
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Content vs. Context Content vs. Context “…nonconscious cognitive structures are  connected to language…” (p. 44) What is said  vs.  How it is said
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Case Study: Facing Face Case Study: Facing Face 1. Imagine yourself in a situation similar to the one  described in the case. You believe that it is necessary to  terminate a substandard Chikorpanese employee, in a  situation where you believe he/she will encounter a  serious loss of face in his/her home village. How would  you handle the situation? 2.
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