Second it is said to create new jobs, make companies more competitive, and lower prices for consumers furthermore the prices are not always lowered because countries manipulate their currency to get a price advantage. Third, countries or countries that are less advanced and many third world countries are provided with technology, for a chance to encourage people in which democracy and respect for human rights grow, plus a chance to develop economically. It has majorly made a difference affecting every country, but since we are focusing in Asia, let's mention history and how it affects Asia's culture, communication thanks to different sources such as letters and technology, in travel Asia receives thousands of immigrants and they migrate as well, economy since most countries rely on their good exportations to outer countries and in politics since they all stand together to fight against terrorism and
According to the literature there is no agreement about the effects of cultural diversity on team performance. What is certain is that the role of multicultural teams has increased a lor in the latest years and multinational companies started to pay great attention on these effects. Generally cultural diversity can affect the team performance in three ways: ● People find easy to work and cooperate with whom shared similar values, attitudes and beliefes according to the cultural similarity theory; ● People tend to class themselves according to their social identity and use their group norms to judge others people behaviour according to social categorization theory; ● An effect of (cultural) diveristy in team can bring a wider variety of networks and prespectives improving the team performance according to the information-processing theory. Pieterse,Knippenberg and Dieredonck define cultural diversity as a “double edge sword” (Milliken & Martins, 1996; Phillips, Northcraft, & Neale, 2006) and try to find out when could be a benefit or a detriment. From their reserach the effects depends on the fact that diversity may produce an informational resource.Infact, information elaboration does not came only by the team diversity but rely on the motivated ability of the team members to mobilize the team’s diverse informational resource.
Its is popular belief that Confucian values are the reason for Asian success in America. The Confucian values of ,focus on the family, durable work ethic, and high value on learning are viewed as components for the success of Asians in education,employment and marriage for the Asian race,hard work can be attributed to Asian wealth. The problem is that Confucianism is mainly a Japanese and Chinese belief. Compared to other Asian groups that don’t adhere to Confucianism such as Cambodians or Hmong people Japanese and Chinese are prospering. Conversely, Koreans, Filipinos, and Asian Indians who are christian or not traditionally Confucian, respectively, have the highest rates for college degree attainment.
The connection to ‘Westernization’ is too strong to ignore. Perhaps “Fish Cheeks” was written before the trend of ‘Westernization’ died or maybe this is a thought unique to minorities living in America. Whatever the case, it is clear that Tan felt an inclination to merge with common societal culture, which is comparable to youth in Asian society. Popular trends or social media influences most of the youth in any society. In Amy’s case, this urge was probably stronger on account of being a minority in a culture that did not appreciate differences.
Naturally, this absorption of East Asia in Western Society has strongly altered the discourse on East Asian culture and its people and continues to do so. This essay will examine the role media has in this still ongoing process. By analysing the most influential casts, the East Asian as portrayed by the Yellow Peril and the East Asian American model minority, and elaborating on their origin and impact, this essay will attempt to expound the influence of media on the discourse on East Asian culture and
The mixing of English lyrics in K-pop music doesn’t mean that Korean lost its national identity. Indeed, the distinctive values about K-pop music that define its uniqueness from others are such as an innovative creation, all-in-one choreography, super catchy and attractive song, high stylish attires and most importantly the smoothness of music video production. Ryoo (2009) emphasis that cultural hybridity allows Asian consumers to have sense of belonging to K-pop cultural and sentimental attributes. Even though dominating globalisation can be the reason for the tendency of media imperialism happens in Asian countries but cultural hybridity help to explain further on how Asian consumes media. In today’s world, some K-pop artists were able to
Furthermore, she highlights how society rewards charisma ahead of creativity by exploring the story of the founding of Apple Inc. Despite the article being against the new groupthink, it does acknowledge that collaboration is important to solve some of the various problems facing the world. Cain suggests that a more effective solution is to accommodate both
Positive effects on culture: Globalization does offer more than rise the availability of foreign-made consumer goods and damage traditional producers, but as well increasing international trade in cultural products and services, for example movies, music, and publications. The extension of trade in cultural products is increasing the exposition of all societies to foreign cultures. This will definitely change the local cultures, values, and traditions. Yo-Yo Ma (2008) stated: “My musical journeys have reminded me that the interactions brought about by globalization don’t just destroy culture; they can create new culture and invigorate and spread traditions that have existed for ages.” (p.182) In other words, globalization offers the potential to enrich the world culturally. This potential draws a vision is multi-cultural will create a new global village, and leads us to acknowledge the gift that every culture has given to our world.
Diversity between the groups is bigger than the other if a record of dispute is present or in which diversity of race happens together with nationwide or socioeconomic variation (Pettigrew, 1979). Also, the level of mutual standards and level of mutual aid is determined by organizational that organizes activities and regulation in the system (Birnberg and Snodgrass, 1988). Hence, between groups even within a nation, it is essential to accept that ethics may vary among them (Specter and Solomon, 1990). In the perspective of Malaysia, nomination process custom may follow as a result of government economic policy and not only due to the variations in public principles based on racial types and belief of the two main ethnic groups involved in business. The four bipolar cultural aspects highly developed by Hofstede (1991) for the two most important cultural groups concerned in business activities (that is to say, the Chinese and Malay) and the four accounting principles proposed by Gray (1988) are handpicked in this report in a bid to check for the likely relationship between public values and voluntary disclosure custom.
• Leverage the ‘Silicon Valley’ culture existing in the firm, to innovate more and explore newer ideas and technologies. • HTC has always fallen behind Samsung and Apple in terms of marketing its product, It needs to improve on it. • HTC follows an open work environment for employees where employees are encouraged to innovate and share ideas, this positive attitude would be fruitful in the long run. • R&D expenses need to be increased to face tough competition from Apple and Samsung, HTC should try to focus more on product innovation to stay ahead of the game. • HTC should concentrate on Asian Markets as the sales have increased from 18 to 20%(Exhibit 2b) in 3 years.