The highest hurdle to cross cultural understanding and effective relationships

The highest hurdle to cross cultural understanding

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Question 41The highest hurdle to cross-cultural understanding and effective relationships is our frequent inability tounderstand the influence of culture on the personality. True False Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Question 42A person's identity and unique physical, mental, and emotional characteristics defines the: Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Question 43The study of cross-cultural analysis incorporates the fields of anthropology, sociology, psychology, andcommunication. Correct!
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12/6/16, 5(04 PM Exam 1 - Requires Respondus LockDown Browser + Webcam: (MGT 450-02) (FA16) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Page 19 of 21 0 / 3 ptsQuestion 44In the United States of America, children strike out on their own at a very early age. They pay for their ownhousing and education. The American society serves as an example of a(n): You Answered You Answered Correct Answer Correct Answer 3 / 3 pts Question 45"Guanxi" refers to: the cultural differences between Taiwan and China. the sub-cultural groups that exist in China. the dominant cultural group that decides Chinese culture. the personal connections which are essential for doing business in China. the department responsible for implementing cultural practices in China. Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Question 46Bribery can be considered ethical by some cultures, if it is a part of normal traditional, social practices.
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12/6/16, 5(04 PM Exam 1 - Requires Respondus LockDown Browser + Webcam: (MGT 450-02) (FA16) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Page 20 of 21 Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Question 47Normative ethics involves: Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Question 48According to Geert Hofstede, values are mostly conscious. Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 pts Question 49
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12/6/16, 5(04 PM Exam 1 - Requires Respondus LockDown Browser + Webcam: (MGT 450-02) (FA16) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Page 21 of 21 Applied ethics involves: establishing moral standards that regulate right and wrong conduct. examining specific controversial issues. focusing on the issues of universal truths, the will of God. making a comparative analysis of cross-cultural moral standards. investigating where our ethical principles come from and what they mean. Correct! Correct! 3 / 3 ptsQuestion 50The Enlightenment promoted a set of values in which _____, not religion, was advocated as the primarysource for legitimacy and authority. Correct! Correct! Quiz Score: 141 out of 150
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