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36. Geert Hofstede isolated four dimensions that he claimed summarized different cultures. _______ is not one of Hofstede's dimensions. A) Capitalistic versus socialistic B) Masculinity versus femininity C) Power distance D) Uncertainty avoidance 37. The most famous study of how culture relates to values in the workplace was undertaken by: 38. Countries that let equalities grow over time into inequalities of power and wealth were considered to have 104. It has been argued that the economic freedom associated with a __________ economy creates greater incentives for innovation than either a planned or mixed economy.
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121. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is a U.S. law enacted in 1977 that prohibits U.S. companies from: A) making products in overseas markets that do not comply with the same safety and environmental regulations as domestically produced products. B) exporting to countries that do not comply with United Nations human rights regulations. C) making “corrupt” payments to foreign officials for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business. D) exporting to countries that are not members of the World Trade Organization E) selling products for corrupt, unethical, or illegal purposes 102. Silent language is referred to by Hall as: A) discrete communication B) context C) silent communication D) passive communication 108. Which of Hofstede's dimensions focuses on how a society deals with the fact that people are unequal in physical and intellectual capabilities?
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