MKT 359 IN-Class (ShakeWeight)

MKT 359 IN-Class (ShakeWeight) - Kyle Gring, Cornelis...

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Kyle Gring, Cornelis Veldhuijzen, sd South Korea and Australia Shake Weight In class Activity—Culture Using the numbers I have given you for the GLOBE project and Hofstede’s rankings (www.cyborlink.com), (as well as Hall’s dimensions) examine the cultural dimensions of the two countries that your group selected for your in-class project. Discuss the cultural make up of the countries based on those rankings and anything else that you might know about your countries (feel free to consult the book or the internet). Look at each country individually. Answer the following questions for submission. Answer the questions on this page (you may use the back). 1) What are the primary cultural distinctions of each country? (Not only looking at Project GLOBE, Hofstede and Hall, but also the cultural elements discussed in class.) Australia- Australia is a very individualistic country that is only second to the United States. Everything else involving Australia is very on par to the United states which
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