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Date Created: 02/13/15
02142015 Culture Learned set of shared interpretations about beliefs values and norms affect the behaviors of a relatively large group of people Cocultures l a speci c culture within a larger societyculture Ex Muslim Americans Diversity the quality of being different 0 Deep divers yil unique characteristics that are harder to recognize 0 Ex previous experiences knowledge skills etc o 3 layers External Dimensionslnternal DimensionsPersonality O Ethnocentricm H the belief that one s own culture is superior BAD patriotism Stereotyping a generalization about a group of people Oversimpli es a group s characteristics Typically negative Prejudice H a negative attitude toward a group of people based on stereotypes Discrimination l Exclude groups of people from opportunities available Big 5 personality traits 1 Extraversion 2 Agreeableness 3 Conscientiousness 4 Emotional Stability 5 Openness to Experience Myers Briggs indicator 4 categories 0 Where we like to focus our attention 0 Extrovert v Introvert The way we look at the world around us 0 Sensor v Intuitive How we go about making our decisions 0 Thinkers v Feelers o How we deal with the outer world amp its problems J or P o Judgers v Perceivers lndividualists Vs Collectivists lndividualists quotIquot working alone Collectivists quotWequot working in groups High Vs Low Power Distance 0 High Power Distance Everyone is NOT created equal and there is hierarchy 0 Low Power Distance Power distinctions are minimizedo Members seek the group consensus High Vs Low Context Cultures 0 High Context able to understand nonverbal communication 0 Low Context uses verbal instead of nonverbal What are the 3 characteristics of an IDEAL GROUP MEMBER Ready 0 Willing o Able
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