Chapter 3

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Chapter 3
Student: ___________________________________________________________________________


According to the opening case McDonalds was able to succeed in India because of:
A. India 's love of beef.
B. India 's love of pork.
C. relationship networks.
D. customers wanted the "American" experience.
E. collective help


_______ is an understanding of how cultural differences across and within nations can affect the way in which business is practiced.
A. Cross-cultural literacy
B. Cultural business sensitivity
C. Cross-national awareness
D. Cross-border sensitivity
E. Multicultural sensitivity


__________, an expert on cross-cultural differences and management, defined culture as "the collective programming of the mind which
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the basic unit of society is heterogeneous
D the degree to which the basic unit of social organization is the individual; and the degree to which a
. society is stratified into classes or castes
E. the degree to which there are different languages and the degree to which there are income differences
20. Appropriate dress code, good social manners, eating with the correct utensils, and neighbourly behaviour are all examples of
A. norms.
B. folkways.
C. values.
D. culture.
E. etiquette
21. A society 's _________ refers to its basic social organization.
A. "social bureaucracy"
B. "social regime"
C. "social structure"
D. "social hierarchy"
E. "social mobility"
22. Which of the following is an association of two or more individuals who have a shared sense of identity and who interact with each other in structured ways on the basis of a common set of expectations about each other 's behaviour?
A. assemblage
B. group
C. norm
D. society
E. community

23. In a family, individuals interact together to create a sense of identity and character. A family would be an example of
A. a society.
B. a norm.
C. a group.
D. an assembly.
E. community
24. According to our textbook, while groups are found in all societies, societies differ according to the degree to which the group is viewed as:
A. the primary means of social mobility
B. the primary means of

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