Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal: Volume 12 Issue 1


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On the pathogenicity of culture: questioning the rationality of “development” programs for perpetually dysfunctional aboriginal groups

Dennis Appo, Charmine E.J. Härtel

All Australian Aborigines have experienced the impact of Western culture to some extent which has resulted in the traditional cultures being irrevocably decimated. The reaction to…

From West to East: the impact of culture on personality and group dynamics

Bobbie Chan

This article examines how personality types of tutors affect group interaction at a distance learning institution in Hong Kong. All participants of this study are Chinese, and…


A survey of Singaporean Chinese investors in mainland China and their knowledge of the Chinese language

Mary Mathew, Chandrasekhar Krishnamurti, Zeljko Sevic

Focuses on business investments by Singaporean Chinese in Mainland China vis‐à‐vis the impact of the knowledge of the Chinese language, culture etc. on business success. The…


Environmental perceptions, attitudes and priorities: cross‐cultural implications for public policy

Chung‐Shing Lee, J. Thad Barnowe, David E. McNabb

Presents the findings of a cross‐cultural analysis of perceived risks of environmental, technological, and societal problems. An international sample of 295 undergraduate and…


A comparative study of the impact of leader‐member exchange in US and Indian samples

Arup Varma, Ekkirala S. Srinivas, Linda K. Stroh

In this empirical study, the authors compared the workings of LMX between two countries: India and the United States. Data from 162 supervisor‐subordinate dyads in India and 102…




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