alexa Do we see eye-to-eye? Implications of cultural differences for cross-cultural management research and practice.
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Anthropology

Author(s): Li J, Karakowsky L

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Abstract Although observation is a common research technique, little attention has been given to the effects of culture on observer judgment making. These researchers argue that consideration of cultural differences is critical when applying observation techniques in cross-cultural research as well as in the applied contexts of performance appraisal and international management. A laboratory study was conducted to examine the potential for discrepancies in observer judgment making among Asian American and Caucasian American subjects. The results of this study affirm the importance of cultural influences in research and management. This article was published in J Psychol and referenced in Anthropology

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