In the cultural self-assessments and Hofstede’s website, what do you notice in terms of how culture is measured?

Go back to Activity #1 and Activity #2 and the work that you did for that activity.
In Activity #1, you completed two (2) cultural self-assessments and reflected on questions.
In Activity #2, you toured Hofstede’s website and reflected on questions.
In relation to both of those activities, answer the following questions (you were asked about these questions in both activities):

To what extent do surveys (and Hofstede’s website, which is based off of survey research) accurately capture your culture and that of others?
How might measuring culture through a survey (as a variable) be useful? How might it be limited? Explain.

What do you notice about the scores and cultural patterns attributed to you and your cultures and other cultures in the cultural self-assessments and Hofstede’s website? Are the scores accurate? In what ways?

In the cultural self-assessments and Hofstede’s website, what do you notice in terms of how culture is measured?

How is culture conceptualized in the cultural self-assessments and Hofstede’s website?

How does the cultural self-assessment and Hofstede’s website represent the social scientific paradigm (culture as a variable) in intercultural communication?
How useful do you find the cultural self-assessment and Hofstede’s website to better understand cultural patterns? What seems to be missing from the cultural self-assessment and Hofstede’s website?p

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