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When is a strong characteristic of a country the

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When __________ is a strong characteristic of a country, the needs of this society as a whole are generally viewed as being more important than individual freedoms. A) totalitarianism B) collectivism C) individualism D) capitalism 10. A _______________ law system is based on a very detailed set of laws organized into codes. A) civil B) theocratic C) common D) traditional 14. Which of the following religions prohibits the payment or receipt of interest? A) Christianity B) Islam C) Confucianism D) Hinduism 15. A strong need for rules and regulations, with a premium of job security, career patterns, and retirement benefits, would best describe a culture with
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A) low uncertainty avoidance. B) low power distance. C) high uncertainty avoidance. D) high power distance. 16. Hofstede's __________ dimension focused on the relationship between the individual and his or her followers. A) individualism versus collectivism B) aggressive versus passive C) masculinity versus femininity D) power distance 17. According to Hofstede's Model, what country stands out as having a culture with strong uncertainty avoidance and high masculinity? A) United States B) Japan C) Australia D) Germany 18. Suppose an international executive from Italy consistently acted in a manner that indicated that he believed that his ethnic group and culture is superior to any others. If this was the case, the executive would be exhibiting __________ behavior. A) synergistic
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B) polycentric C) ethnocentric D) individualistic 22. _______ is consistent with the notion that an individual's right to do something may be restricted because it runs counter to "the good of society" or "the common good." A) Totalitarian B) Collectivism C) Autocratic D) Capitalism 25. Individualism is built on two central tenets: A) socialism is the preferred political philosophy and an emphasis on the importance of collective interests over individual interests B) an emphasis on the importance of collective interests over individual interests and the belief that the welfare of society is best served by letting a collective body determine what is in society's best interest rather than individuals C) the needs of society as a whole are more important than individual freedoms and the welfare of society is best served by letting a collective body determine what is in society's best interest rather than individuals D) an emphasis on the importance of guaranteeing individual freedom and self expression and the belief that the welfare of society is best served by letting people pursue their own economic self- interest. 27. The __________ of a country refers to the rules that regulate behavior, along with the processes by which the laws of a country are enforced and through which redress for grievances is obtained.
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A) political system B) administrative system C) economic structure D) legal system 28. Which of the following describes the concept of intellectual property? A)
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