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Cultural Differences in International Marketing

论文作者:51lunwen论文属性:短文 essay登出时间:2008-07-15编辑:点击率:19525

论文字数:3469论文编号:org200807152142317706语种:英语论文 English地区:英国价格:免费论文

关键词:Cultural DifferencesInternational Marketingessay

Cultural Differences in International Marketing
Cultures around the world differ in ways that are fundamental to how all aspects of business are conducted and the international marketer must be
sensitive to them. Fons Trompenaars, an expert in cross-cultural management, describes the kinds of dilemmas these differences pose and
looks at ways of resolving them
The impact of culture has long been recognised by marketing professionals in organisations that operate internationally. The necessity of understanding local forms of consumer behaviour and the careful attention that must be paid to language used in advertising for international campaigns are the two most conspicuous areas where cultural differences reveal themselves. But more important and more pervasive are the ways different cultural orientations influence managers and the decision making process itself.
Every country and every organisation faces a series of dilemmas in relation to people. There are basically five dimensions describing how we relate to other people and these five value orientations greatly influence our ways of doing business and managing, as well as our responses in the face of moral dilemmas. Our relative position along these dimensions guides our beliefs and actions through life.
1. Universalism versus particularism (the importance of rules versus relationships)
2. Individualism versus collectivism (primacy given to the individual versus the group)
3. Neutral versus emotional (how emotions are expressed)
4. Specific versus diffuse (the range of involvement expected)
5. Achievement versus ascription (how status is accorded)
For example, we all confront situations in which the established rules do not quite fit a particular circum-stance. Do we do what is deemed right or do we adapt to the circumstances of the situation? If we are in a difficult meeting do we show how strongly we feel and risk the consequences, or do we show admirable restraint? When we encounter a difficult problem do we break it apart into separate pieces to analyse and understand it, or do we see everything as related to everything else holistically? On what grounds do we show respect for someones status and power because they have achieved it or because other circumstances define it (like age, education or lineage)?
This article explores the implications of one of the key dilemmas that people face in dealing with other people: that is, how people deal with rules. We call this dilemma the universalist vs particularist dilemma.
How do people deal with rules?
Universalist, or rule-based, behaviour tends to be abstract. Try crossing the street when the light is red in a very rule-based society like Switzerland or Germany. Even if there is no traffic, you will still be frowned at. It also tends to imply equality in the sense that all persons falling under the rule should be treated the same. Finally, rule-based conduct has a tendency to resist exceptions that might weaken that rule. There is a fear that once you start to make exceptions for illegal conduct the system will collapse.
Particularist judgments focus on the exceptional nature of present circumstances. This person is not a citizen but my friend, brother, husband, child or person of unique importance to me, with special claims on my love or my hatred. I must therefore sustain, protect or discount this person no matter what the论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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