Japan tends to be __________ achievement-oriented; Sweden tends to be __________ nurturing-oriented. A) less; less B) less; more C) more; more D) more; less E) none of the above 2. Norms that are central to the functioning of a society are known as: A) customs. B) folkways. C) mores. D) collectivism. E) power distance. 3. In a society, the customs for correct dress and social manners are known as: A) norms. B) the national culture. C) values. D) folkways. E) collectivism. 4. The values, norms, beliefs, laws, and customs that unite the citizens of a country are known as: A) the free-trade doctrine. B) representative democracy. C) a free-trade economy. D) the national culture. E) culture shock. 5. Inflation is an example of a _____________________ force in an organization's environment. A) socio-economic B) economic C) demographic D) political E) legal 6. If the product of a major competitor has a large market share, we say that this product has a large amount of: A) political force. B) demographic force. C)
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