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51. “What left unsaid as important as what said” would

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51. “What is left unsaid is as important as what is said” would be an example of what

form of culture?

 

a.  agrarian.

b.  low context.

c.  intellectual.

d.  high context.

e.  northern European.

 

 

52.  In the field of advertising, campaigns that were developed with a high-context

culture in mind are likely to be less effective when used in _______________

cultures, and vice versa.

 

a.  high-context.

b.  low-context.

c.  medium-context.

d.  dry-context.

e.  hot-context.

 

 

53. Research indicates that there is a greater preference for luxury goods in

_________________ cultures than in other forms.

 

a.  feminine

b.  low context

c.  intellectual

d.  masculine

e.  high context

 

 

54. ___________________ developed a highly useful cultural classification scheme.

 

a.  Gary Hamel

b.  Peter Drucker

c.  Michael Porter

d.  Geert Hofstede

e.  Charles Handy

 

 

55. Geert Hofstede’s cultural classification scheme was based on a large-scale research

project which used 60 ________________ subsidiaries worldwide.

 

a.  IBM

b.  Hewlett Packard

c.  Dell Computer

d.  Motorola

e.  Texas Instruments

 

 

56. Which of the following is NOT one of Hofstede’s cultural classification dimensions?

 

a.  power distance

b.  uncertainty avoidance

c.  individualism

d.  romanticism

e.  masculinity

 

 

57. With respect to Hofstede’s cultural classification scheme, ______________ refers

to the degree of inequality which people of a country view acceptable.

 

a.  power distance

b.  uncertainty avoidance

c.  individualism

d.  masculinity

e.  long-termism

 

 

58. An example of a high power distance country would be:

 

a.  Germany

b.  Britain

c.  United States

d.  Canada

e.  Mexico

 

 

59. With respect to Hofstede’s cultural classification scheme, ______________ refers

to the extent to which people in a given culture prefer structured situations with clear

rules over unstructured ones.

 

a.  power distance

b.  uncertainty avoidance

c.  individualism

d.  masculinity

e.  long-termism

 

 

60. An example of a high uncertainty avoidance country would be:

 

a.  Germany.

b.  Britain.

c.  United States.

d.  Canada.

e.  Japan.

 

 

 

 

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