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A Quiet Place

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A family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival. If they hear you, they hunt you.

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Anyone who has studied or is working in the field of intercultural communication or management will be familiar with Geert Hofstede’s dimensional model of culture.

Based on empirical research with IBM employees in over 50 countries, the model illustrates how the dominant cultural preferences differ across national societies and gives insights into the consequences of bringing groups of people with different preferences together. Hofstede’s work has always been controversial. It has been widely applied to international management and is still a mainstay of many corporate intercultural training programmes. However, the model is also increasingly criticised for its limitations such as old data, one company approach and too few dimensions. There is no doubt that Hofstede’s model remains one of the most valuable pieces of work in the field of intercultural communication helping organisations to understand how they can collaborate more effectively across cultures – and if nothing else causing thought-provoking discussion and further developments in the field.

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The four core dimensions are power distance, individualism versus collectivism, masculinity versus femininity and uncertainty avoidance. Partly in response to the criticisms mentioned above, a fifth dimension focused on long and short term time orientation based initially on a survey developed with Chinese employees was later added. In 2010 a sixth dimension was added to the model, Indulgence versus Restraint. This was based on Bulgarian sociologist Minkov’s label and also drew on the extensive World Values Survey . Indulgence societies tend to allow relatively free gratification of natural human desires related to enjoying life and having fun whereas Restraint societies are more likely to believe that such gratification needs to be curbed and regulated by strict norms . Indulgent cultures will tend to focus more on individual happiness and well being, leisure time is more important and there is greater freedom and personal control. This is in contrast with restrained cultures where positive emotions are less freely expressed and happiness, freedom and leisure are not given the same importance. The map below broadly reflects where indulgence and restraint tend to prevail.

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