Critical thinking about dimensions

IB Psychology: Critical thinking about dimensions

The following activity is meant to have students think critically about cultural dimensions. Students should use the data from the Hofstede"s Dimensions country data to answer the questions. Since there are no correct answers, there are no answers provided below. Students should be able to defend their responses. If they say that collectivism is high in Korea, then they should explain how this may affect how a new manager...

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