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D. individualism 31. Which culture has traditionally valued the wisdom that comes with age? E. Asian 32. Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding youth and age? D. Children in all countries have a significant influence on purchases. 33. What is the basis for virtually all societies? A. family unit 34. Which of the following statements regarding the masculine/feminine value is FALSE? C. Women in South Korea frequently participate more in sports and exercise than men. 35. The United States is comprised of a culture that accepts a wide array of personal behaviors and attitudes, foods, dress, and other products and services. Thus, the United States values _____. D. diversity 36. _____ refers to the degree to which people accept inequality in power, authority, status, and wealth as natural or inherent in society. B. Power distance
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37. Which value relates to tolerance for ambiguity and uncertainty avoidance? B. risk taking/security 38. Which value has a strong influence on entrepreneurship and economic development as well as new-product acceptance? D. risk taking/security 39. _____ tend to feel they don't have control over the outcome of events. A. Fatalists 40. Marie has purchased a brand that she has purchased before. However, the first time she used this brand, the product failed and she was dissatisfied. Unfortunately, the second time she purchased this brand, the same thing happened. She's frustrated and wants her money back, but she doesn't feel as though she has any control over this situation. She's decided that she just needs to accept this poor quality and not expect so much from the next product she purchases. Marie can be described as a(n) ______. B. fatalist 41. The fact that Americans are prone to engage in physical activities and to take an action- oriented approach to problems can be explained through which self-oriented value dichotomy? D. active/passive 42. What are the two types of materialism? C. instrumental and terminal 43. Which type of materialism is the acquisition of things to enable one to do something? E. instrumental 44. James used his birthday money to buy a skateboard so that he can be out with his friends at the park skateboarding. Which type of materialism does this represent? D. instrumental 45. Which type of materialism is the acquisition of items for the sake of owning the item itself? C. terminal 46. John and his wife love art and travel the world to purchase artwork that is representative of a country's culture. Which type of materialism does this represent?
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A. terminal 47. In Germany, one concern retailers have is ensuring that cash drawers have enough money to make change when consumers make purchases. One company went so far as to use a computerized model that monitored the weight of the cash drawer and signaled a need for replenishment. This is such a concern because consumers typically use cash to make purchases, which differs from other countries, such as the U.S., where credit card use is more common.
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