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Exam 1 exercise questions v.3

The several definitions of culture we saw the most

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6. Of the several definitions of culture we saw, the most complete was: a. culture reflects core values of individuals and is externalized in the form of symbols and rituals b. culture shapes a society's core values and norms, which are transmitted from one generation to another c. culture is a set of rules which produce behavior that falls within an acceptable range, and they are transmitted from one generation to another d. culture is a set of learned characteristics shared by a particular group of people; it is reflected by their behavior and this behavior must be accepted by the group e. culture is a way of being in a social group; it is reflected by their behavior and this behavior must be accepted by the group Answer: D 7. Which of the following is NOT considered international business? 9. 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.
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10. A _______________ law system is based on a very detailed set of laws organized into codes. 14. Which of the following religions prohibits the payment or receipt of interest? A) Christianity B) Islam C) Confucianism D) Hinduism Answer: B 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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