MGT 304 Final Exam Study Questions
PART I. Possible Question Format- T/F, Multiple Choice, or Define a concept.
1. From Class discussion, textbook, and blackboard readings:
Compare three globalization eras Tom Friedman identified.
a. 1.0=1492-1800s. Bi
MGT 304 Study Guide
1. Globalization (find references from text & assigned readings)
o Developed Countries
Potential for higher standard of living
Some people lose their jobs chea
Weekend Individuals: For Wednesday, April 13: In a 1p executive summary, explain key ideas gained by INTERVIEWING
a relevant source of experiential understanding (e.g., executive, manager, or knowledgeable person) of a country in your cu
MGT304 - Midterm Essays Spring, 2011
[Note: quotations below taken from DiversityInc. and the New York Times]
-I. Conceptual Focus: Understanding Cultures and Cultural Variation
-1. Using data on cultural dimensions (cf. central tendencies) for
"The world you were born in is just one reality. Other cultures are not failed
attempts at being you. They are unique manifestations of human spirit." - Northern
"DARE TO BE WORLD-WISE"! - Cornelius Grove, 2005.
MGT 304 Sach's Article In Sach's article he mentions four challenges that we face today. These four challenges are human pressures on the Earths ecosystem will cause dangerous change, massive species extinction, and the destruction of vital life-support f
MGT 304 Midterm Study Questions
1) Critically discuss the advantages and disadvantages of globalization for the nations
involved, incorporating specific references to text and assigned readings.
a. Advantages for Developed countries: Cheaper, mo
Race is a historical, cultural, societal invention
o It is a human construct
o It is a system of classifying and creating groups on the basis of
Race is not scientific or biological
o There is no scientific basis f