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Author:Geert Hofstede
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 1998, Vol.39 (3), pp.16 -31Brill Press
Abstract:In order to compare nations one needs a theoretical justification and framework. Three basic questions arise: What are we comparing? Are nations suitable units for this comparison? Are the phenomena we look at functionally equivalent? Values, defined as broad tendencies to prefer...
Author:Geert Hofstede
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 1998, Vol.39 (1), pp.16 -31Brill Press
Abstract:In order to compare nations one needs a theoretical justification and framework. Three basic questions arise: What are we comparing? Are nations suitable units for this comparison? Are the phenomena we look at functionally equivalent? Values, defined as broad tendencies to prefer...
Author:Ludwien Meeuwesen , Atie van den Brink-Muinen , Geert Hofstede
Data Source:[J].Patient Education and Counseling(IF 2.372), 2008, Vol.75 (1), pp.58-66Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Objective(#br)This study investigated at a country level how cross-national differences in medical communication can be understood from the first four of Hofstede's cultural dimensions, i.e. power distance, uncertainty avoidance, individualism/collectivism and m...
Author:Geert Hofstede , Tony Cordischi
Data Source:[J].上海商业, 2014, (03), pp.40-41
Abstract:<正>许多学者都在研究文化与商业之间的关系,试图寻找出文化对于商业的影响。其中荷兰社会心理学家Geert Hofstede从事的有关文化影响工作的研究,可以说是最全面与综合的。作为一名前IBM雇员,他就1967年和197...
Author:Michael Minkov , Geert Hofstede
Data Source:[J].Management International Review, 2014, Vol.54 (6), pp.801-824Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The World Values Survey allows a comparison of the relative contribution of nations versus global religions on the cultural values of nations and in-country religious groups. We analyzed the answers to 16 questions from 2005–2008 about personal values and values...
Author:Geert Hofstede
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 2006, Vol.3 (1-2), pp.155-159Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Science and technology are products of human ingenuity, and as such they are cultural phenomena: products of human culture. Values also belong to culture, but to a different kind of culture. The word 'culture' is used in two meanings, but in discussions people often do not realiz...

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