AACSB Analytic Blooms Remember Difficulty Level 1 Easy Learning

Aacsb analytic blooms remember difficulty level 1

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AACSB: Analytic Blooms: Remember Difficulty Level: 1 Easy Learning Objective: 03-07 The economic effects of controlling population growth and aging populations Topic: World Trade Routes 3- 73
89. Which of the following was the earliest trade route? A. Land routes B. The Internet C. Sea routes D. Underground routes E. Air routes Early trade routes were over land; later came sea routes, air routes, and, finally, some might say, the Internet to connect countries. AACSB: Analytic Blooms: Remember Difficulty Level: 1 Easy Learning Objective: 03-07 The economic effects of controlling population growth and aging populations Topic: World Trade Routes 90. An underpinning of all commerce is _____—knowledge of where goods and services exist and where they are needed. A. sustainable development B. expropriati on C. immigrati on D. effective communications E. political stability An underpinning of all commerce is effective communications—knowledge of where goods and services exist and where they are needed and the ability to communicate instantaneously across vast distances. AACSB: Analytic Blooms: Remember Difficulty Level: 1 Easy Learning Objective: 03-08 Communication infrastructures are an integral part of international commerce Topic: Communication Links 3- 74
Essay Questions 91. How has Japan’s history influenced its contemporary behavior and culture? Loyalty to the family, country, company, and social groups and the strong drive to cooperate, to work together for a common cause, permeate many facets of Japanese behavior and have historical roots that date back thousands of years. Historically, loyalty and service, a sense of responsibility, and respect for discipline, training, and artistry were stressed to maintain stability and order. Confucian philosophy, taught throughout Japan’s history, emphasizes the basic virtue of loyalty “of friend to friend, of wife to husband, of child to parent, of brother to brother, but, above all, of subject to lord,” that is, to country. A fundamental premise of Japanese ideology reflects the importance of cooperation for the collective good. Japanese achieve consensus by agreeing that all will unite against outside pressures that threaten the collective good. AACSB: Analytic Blooms: Remember Difficulty Level: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-02 The effects of history on a countrys culture Topic: Historical Perspective in Global Business 92. Why do historical records tend to be subjective? Why is a proper understanding of this concept essential for a marketer? Historical events always are viewed from one’s own biases and self-reference criteria (SRC), and thus, what is recorded by one historian may not be what another records, especially if the historians are from different cultures. Historians traditionally try to be objective, but few can help filtering events through their own cultural biases. Our perspective not only influences our view of history but also subtly influences our view of many other matters. For example, maps of the world sold in the United States generally show the United States at the center, whereas maps in Britain show Britain at the center, and so on for other nations. For a

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