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National Culture, Heterogeneous Nation, and Perceptual Gap

1. Hofestede's research indicates that national cultures exist. Do you believe that in a heterogeneous nation, such as the United States, a national culture that is shared by all society does exist? Explain

2. The "perceptual gap" between supervisors and employees still exists today - why? In answering this question one should consider using the following: Pygmalion & Golem effects, (aka Thorndike's Law of Effect), self-fulfilling prophecy, and H. Kelly's attribution theory

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1. Hofestede's research indicates that national cultures exist. Do you believe that in a heterogeneous nation, such as the United States, a national culture that is shared by all society does exist? Explain.
Yes. The national culture of the United States is based in freedoms and rights. People know their rights, and now when their rights are at stake. Another national culture was found in the ...

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