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Title: Cultural dimensions at the individual level of analysis: The cultural orientations framework
Authors: Maznevski, M.L.
Gomez, C.B.
DiStefano, J.J.
Noorderhaven, N.G.
Wu, P.-C. 
Keywords: Comparative
Individual level
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Maznevski, M.L.,Gomez, C.B.,DiStefano, J.J.,Noorderhaven, N.G.,Wu, P.-C. (2002). Cultural dimensions at the individual level of analysis: The cultural orientations framework. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 2 (3) : 275-295. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article describes a theoretically-grounded framework of cultural dimensions conceptualized and operationalized at the individual level of analysis, based on the work of anthropologists Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck. We present empirical data gathered from five countries - Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands, Taiwan, and the United States - to assess the validity of the framework. We then use the results to explore how the cultural orientations framework can add insight and new perspectives to critical questions in cross cultural management research. Copyright © 2002 SAGE Publications.
Source Title: International Journal of Cross Cultural Management
ISSN: 14705958
DOI: 10.1177/147059580223001
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