Mcdonald's American Culture

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MacDonald's is one of biggest fast food restaurants chain in the world which is established on may 1940. Burger is the main food that the company provides with it is different kinds and sizes, French fries, Breakfasts, Drinks, Milk and sweets, Ice creams, and Healthy food such as Salad. MacDonald's is Trading company it is main objective is to gain profits, which is have more than 30,000 local restaurants in 121 countries, and more than 465,000 employees. Political Environment American politics system includes two political parties: Democrats and Republicans. Citizens vote for individual candidates that will represent them on state, national, local governments to create laws that govern America society. America has various society…show more content…
It is traditionally considered a Western culture that consists of an Anglo majority which prevails economically and politically . USA culture is largely based on British culture with influences from the indigenous peoples, Europe, African Americans and to a smaller extent Asian Americans. Due to the magnitude of the US culture there are numerous integrated but exclusive subcultures that exist within America (Frost, n.d.). This analysis concentrates on three levels of American culture: the espoused values , the observable artifacts, and the enacted values that helped it evolve and progress from an abounding multiplicity of origins and influences. There are eight dimensions of American culture: First, time and its control. For Americans, We’re in an adversarial relationship to time, it is the main factor that is battled on a daily basis. .We talk about saving or wasting time, beating the clock and managing time . Americans invented day-timers and added the term multi-tasking to the English language. Second, task vs. relationship. It related to time control, where in more traditional cultures people focus on establishing relation first and ensuring harmony in interactions with others. In health care settings, building trust between doctor and patient depends on developing formal but warm interactions. Third, Comfort with Change. Americans are optimistic and place faith in the future. they link change to progress, growth, and development . We like things that are “New and Improved!” Older traditional cultures consider change to be disruptive and unpredictable. In other words – negative. risk-avoidance varies from person to person within a culture, and plenty of Americans prefer what’s safe and predictable due to the culture differences, but in the world we in the US do tend to take chances and embrace change. Fourth, personal control over destiny.
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