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When the doctors determined that Lia was brain-dead and removed the intravenous lines,  Foua concluded that A) the doctor was finally listening to her and doing what she wanted B) Lia was getting better C) the doctor was stupid and couldn’t make up her mind about the medicine D) Lia had died E) the doctor was mean and wanted to give Lia’s medicine to somebody else Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): E 7. Enculturation is defined in Module 3 as Points Earned: 0.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): A 8. You read in your guidebook that people in Latin America often come late to meetings and  parties. You have arrive in Mexico City to meet with a local businessman interested in buying  your company's products. Despite the heavy traffic, you decide you don't need to give yourself  extra time to arrive at the local businessman's office, thinking that if you're late, it'll be OK. You  arrive half an hour late. The businessman is annoyed, the meeting is very short, and your  company does not get the business. What caution about culture applies here?
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Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): C 9. Listen to Professor John Davis’ description of food in Japan. What example of Professor John  Davis’ description of food in Japan provides an example of how a “national culture” can  contain different “subcultures”? A) people in coastal Japan eat more fish than people in interior Japan B) in Western Japan, fermented soybeans are not as popular for breakfast as in other parts of  Japan Feedback:  CORRECT! C) urban Japanese prefer Western foods as opposed to rural Japanese D) Northern Japan prefers noodles as opposed to southern Japan which prefers rice Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s): B
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