Culture's Consequences: Comparing Values, Behaviors, Institutions and Organizations Across Nations
Geert Hofstede has completely rewritten, revised and updated Culture's Consequences for the twenty-first century, he has broadened the book's cross-disciplinary appeal, expanded the coverage of countries examined from 40 to more than 50, reformulated his arguments and a large amount of new literature has been included. The book is structured around five major dimensions: power distance; uncertainty avoidance; individualism versus collectivism; masculinity versus femininity; and long term versus short-term orientation.
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1 Values and Culture
2 Data Collection Treatment and Validation
3 Power Distance
4 Uncertainty Avoidance
5 Individualism and Collectivism
6 Masculinity and Femininity
7 Long Versus ShortTerm Orientation
8 Cultures in Organizations
9 Intercultural Encounters
10 Using Culture Dimension Scores in Theory and Research
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