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16 Cards in this Set

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Asian American

a heterogeneous group of people having origins in the asia pacific region

population of asians or combination in the US


Model Minority Myth

enduring and widely help perception of asians as succeeding through hard work and determination

What is culture, visible and invisible

visible- language, customs, food, dress, symbols, myths, rituals

invisible- values, assumptions, beliefs

Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions

power distance

individualism vs. collectivism

uncertainty avoidance

masculinity vs femininity

long term orientation vs short term orientation

power distance

the extent to ehich the less powerful members of organizations and institutions accept and expect that power is distributed unequally

work effectively in high power distance culture

address people formally

identify key influencers

support lower level staff members to speak up

individualism vs collectism

the relationship between the individual and his/her fellows within a culture


perference for a loosely knit social framework in which individuals are expected to take care of only themselves and their immediate families


perference for a tightly knit framework in society in which individuals cna expect their relatives or members of a particular in group to look after them in exchange for loyalty

Uncertainty avoidance

the extent to which a culture socializes its members into accepting ambiguous situations and tolerating uncertainty

masculinity vs femininity

this dimension looks at the relationship between gender and work roles

long term orientation vs short term orientation

orientation toward savings, thrift, and future plans vs a need for immediate gratification

long term orientation

towards savings and future plans

short term orientation

immediate gratification

asian cultural characteristics

collective decision making

respect for authority

modesty over self promotion

avoiding shame and conflict

self control/ discipline vs spontaneity