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Transcript of VENEZUELA
Priscilla Natalie Nicholls
In and out group relationships.
Level of power and authority.
Impact of Cultural Values
What to do beforehand?
Be culturally sensitive to rituals and norms.
Avoid ethnocentric behaviour.
Patience and flexibility.
Travel and experience culture firsthand.
Strong positive opinions.
Group benefits and incentives.
Use of extrinsic goals:
Start times and length
Health and saving plans
Status oriented goals.
• Power Distance:
• Individualism vs. Collectivism:
Individual or group orientated.
• Masculinity vs. Femininity:
wanting to be the best or
liking what you do
• Uncertainty Avoidance:
Degree to which societies take risks
• Neutral vs. Affective:
Degree to which
emotion is expressed
• Autonomy vs. Embededdness:
Relationship between individuals and groups (supports Hofstedes Individualism vs. Collectivism)
Edward T Hall Dimensions
Views of Time
New Zealand: Monochronic
Time is linear, one task at a time and strict scheduling.
Time is cyclic, multiple tasks done simultaneously.
Places higher importance on relationships than deadlines.
New Zealand: Low Context
People are direct and say exactly what they mean.
Venezuela: High Context
Body language, verbal cues and environment are all used to relay meaning.
ARTS AND CULTURE:
sculpture of Spanish style.
History became a dominant theme.
Modernism became prominent.
Introduced Kenetic art.
ARTS AND CULTURE
Arts from Hispanic, Indigenous, and African roots.
A wide range of art forms that differ depending on the regions they originate from.
Reflects the culture of the diverse ethnicity represented in Venezuela.
Health and safety
A Federal Republic with President, Nicolás Maduro.
Democratically elected government.
Legal system based around the Spanish civil code.
GDP = $408 billion.
Per capita = Venezuela $13,600
= New Zealand $39,200
Exporting = Petroleum (95%).
Trading Partners include USA (39.3%),
Canada (14.4%) and India (12%)
31.5% of population lives below the poverty line.