Chapter 3-12

Chapter 3-12 - SGQ CH 3A 1. Why behavior such an important...

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SGQ CH 3A 1. Why behavior such an important concept when studying culture? 2. What are the internal/cognitive influences on behavior? 3. What are the external/environmental influences on behavior? 4. What roll does understanding/knowledge play in the international cross-cultural psychology model? 5. What is meant by the term “institutions and artifact”? (relates to culture) 6. List the major determinates of culture. (not define just list) 7. How do these determinates of culture interact with each other 8. What is the relationship between thought and behavior? 9. What is meant by “cultural gap analysis”? 10. Diagram the model of cross-cultural interactions (values, attitudes, beliefs…) and label the parts. Do it for two countries to do well and how do they interact? SGQ CH 3B 1. What is a cultural model? How can a cultural model be used? 2. What are the 3 possible relationships to nature? 3. How does feng shui relate to the value of harmony with nature? 4. What value orientation regarding your own relationship to nature do you think do you have to nature? 5. What is the value orientation of human relationships traditionally found in Japanese societies/ 6. Which form of law exists in the USA? 7. In a society with very straight adheres to religious law is deductive or inductive thinking the normal? 8. What does the value of power distance mean? 9. What is a cultural stereotype? (good, bad. .)
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10. Construct a diagram of a cultural profile, using Hofstede cultural model and the X and Y axis for certainty avoidance and power distance (put countries in each quadrant and think about why countries go where they do). SGA CH 4A: 1. What is a market imperfection? 2. We know that cognitive influences on behavior (values) can be measured but can we also similarly assess dimensions of environmental influences on behavior (political systems). If yes briefly state how. 3. What is “cultural distance/toughness”? 4. What is meant by “political economy”? 5. What are some of reasons why firms choose to expand internationally? 6. Where does the term “complexity” come from? How does the complexity of doing business internationally arise? 7. Define totalitarianism. 8. Define social democracy. 9. Define representative democracy. 10. Describe the force behind scale economies (economies of scale). Total cost economics, the force that is behind globalization, also known as economic imperative. Recreate the total cost = fix cost+ variable cost equation and progressively adding units and wrote down how it works and you proceed. SGA CH 4B 1. What is a market economy? 2. Define the demand curve.
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