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Culture's Consequences

£38.00

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Paperback in very good condition. Slight shelf wear to edges. Internally clean and bright. Uncreased spine.

The publication of this Second Edition marks an important moment in the field of cross-cultural studies for business researchers interested in doing cross-cultural work. A teaching aid for introducing the notion of cultural differences to business students, it provides an easy-to-understand framework with numerous examples of their practical applicability. The Hofstede framework for understanding national differences has been one of the most influential and widely used frameworks in cross-cultural business studies, in the past ten year

The long-anticipated Second Edition of a true classic is thoroughly updated with an expanded coverage and scope. This excellent work explores the differences in thinking and social action that exist between members of more than 50 modern nations and will be the new benchmark for scholars and professionals for years to come. It argues that people carry "mental programmes" which are developed in the family in early childhood and reinforced in school and organizations, and that these mental programmes contain a component of national culture. They are most clearly expressed in the different values that predominate among people from different countries.

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Author(s):
Hofstede Geert
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
254x177x31
EAN-13:
9780803973244
Edition:
2nd Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0803973244
ISBN-13:
9780803973244
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
595
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Title:
Culture's Consequences

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Paperback in very good condition. Slight shelf wear to edges. Internally clean and bright. Uncreased spine.

The publication of this Second Edition marks an important moment in the field of cross-cultural studies for business researchers interested in doing cross-cultural work. A teaching aid for introducing the notion of cultural differences to business students, it provides an easy-to-understand framework with numerous examples of their practical applicability. The Hofstede framework for understanding national differences has been one of the most influential and widely used frameworks in cross-cultural business studies, in the past ten year

The long-anticipated Second Edition of a true classic is thoroughly updated with an expanded coverage and scope. This excellent work explores the differences in thinking and social action that exist between members of more than 50 modern nations and will be the new benchmark for scholars and professionals for years to come. It argues that people carry "mental programmes" which are developed in the family in early childhood and reinforced in school and organizations, and that these mental programmes contain a component of national culture. They are most clearly expressed in the different values that predominate among people from different countries.

Author(s):
Hofstede Geert
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
254x177x31
EAN-13:
9780803973244
Edition:
2nd Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0803973244
ISBN-13:
9780803973244
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
595
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Title:
Culture's Consequences

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