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8. Cultural intelligence is defined as which of the following? A person’s ability to function effectively in culturally diverse situations. 9. As defined by Geert Hofstede , four dimensions of national culture include long-term orientation and power distance. 10. Which of the following refers to the extent to which people can tolerate risk in their lives? Uncertainty avoidance.
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CHAPTER 5 1. Which of the following is an example of an environmental sustainability interest? Minimizing pollutants in manufacturing. 2. Each of the following is helpful for reducing corruption except: Independence from the global economy. 3. Which of the following standards for examining ethical dilemmas reflects the view that actions should protect and respect the human dignity of everyone involved? Common good approach. 4. Corruption is defined as: The abuse of power to achieve illegitimate personal gains. 5. Which of the following is an example of a corporate human rights violation? Operating a sweatshop factory. 6. Which of the following is true of a business code of ethics? It guides employee behavior in all situations. 7. Which of the following would most likely be considered a sustainable business practice? Using solar energy in power manufacturing plants. 8. Which of the following acts makes it illegal for U.S. firms to offer bribes to foreign parties in order to secure or retain business? The U.S. Foreign Corruption Practices Act. 9. The practice of meeting humanity's needs without harming future generations is known as: Sustainability. 10. Which of the following countries would be least likely to experience rampant corruption? A country with high trade barriers and limited regional commerce.
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