Sweatshop in Vietnam

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Sweatshop in Vietnam Learned- companies realize that they need profit to stay alive and so sweatshops and outsourcing are a viable source of obtaining that necessary revenue. Adaptive- people in developing countries must adapt to the harsh conditions of sweatshops in order to get money and survive. Shared- many developing countries all share a common disliking for sweatshops but they realize it is necessary to get some money. Symbolic- cheap labor is symbolic and shared of poor developing countries. Integrated- the people of developing countries such as Vietnam work together to form a
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Unformatted text preview: sweatshop and carry out their basic demands and orders Dynamic- foreign management of sweatshops are constantly changing and therefore the workers are constantly having to adapt to new conditions and work environment Three research problems that would fall under my topic of sweatshops in Vietnam are having trouble trying to gain rapport within the host culture, being by yourself and trying to adapt and learn a new culture through an emic perspective, dealing with unknown diseases, and trying to learn a new language and then gaining respect from the indigenous peoples....
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