Intercultural Communication - Hofstede
This page from the Intercultural Communication Homepage at the University of Hawaii at Manoa summarizes work by Geert Hofstede.
Divrsity in Europe
Karol Kariakos discusses Hofstede's findings about European diversity. Special note is made of some cultural differences between Eastern and Western European societies.
Intercultural Communication - Hall
This page from the Intercultural Communication Homepage at the University of Hawaii at Manoa summarizes work by Edward T. Hall with particular reference to his positions on time, context and space.
Harry C. Triandis and Cross-Cultural Psychology
This page is a useful source of information on the theories and work of Harry Triandis.
Finding a Way to Teach Cultural Dimensions. Linda Beamer. Business Communication Quarterly, Sept 2000 v63 i3 p111
Beamer surveys a range of theories about culturaral variability, including work by Hofstede, Triandis, Hall, Kluckhohn, Condon and Yusef, and Gudykunst and Kim to develop an eight point heuristic model of cultural variability. Each of the eight points for the model create a continuum for examining a cultural profile: individualist vs. collectivist, horizontal organizational structures vs. hierarchical organizational structures, form distrusted vs. form trusted, self in control of human activity vs. other(s) in control of human activity, learning from experience vs. learning from authority, rules-observing vs. rules-bending, explicit communication vs. implicit communication, uncertainty-averse vs. uncertainty-tolerant. InfoTrac.
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