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Outsourc ed Film Na me Wel Alanood Ali Sultan H 00279430 Course Name :

Outsourc ed Film Na me Wel Alanood Ali Sultan H 00279430 Course Name : Intercultural Studies com e !!

Outline - Six Dimension includes Low & High context - India in comparison with

Outline - Six Dimension includes Low & High context - India in comparison with United Kingdom - References ~

Main Characters : Asha Purro Mr. Tod

Main Characters : Asha Purro Mr. Tod

Power Distance 3: 38 / 1: 38: 20 This scene when the boss of

Power Distance 3: 38 / 1: 38: 20 This scene when the boss of Todd did asked him to go to India and train them to keep up the good work there in India and Mr. Tod did refuse at first but then he went to, shows that Mr. Tod is an Low Power Distance. Because Mr. Tod had to follow boss request or he will be fired from his job. -Real Power is centralized even though it may not appear to be and managers count on the obedience of their team members. Employees expect to be directed clearly as to their functions and what is expected of them. Control is familiar, even a psychological security. -

Individualism versus 46: 05 / 1: 38: 20 Collectivism In this scene when Purro

Individualism versus 46: 05 / 1: 38: 20 Collectivism In this scene when Purro did mention that Holy day is his favorite day when he was young and Mr. Tod did remember his mother when she was making the best Halloween Costume, Meanwhile Mr. Tod said that he don’t miss his parent and he don’t live with them in one house , and he see them only few times a year, Purro was shocked. - because this shows that Mr. Tod he is kind of higher individualism. and Purro is higher Collectivism.

Uncertainty avoidance 1: 19: 57 / 1: 38: 20 Meanwhile when Mr. Tod Boss

Uncertainty avoidance 1: 19: 57 / 1: 38: 20 Meanwhile when Mr. Tod Boss came to India to check on the work in there, Mr. Tod and his boss went to the office and they did saw the water flow all over the placement work and they were unhappy until Mr. Tod suggested to move the work placement on the roof , represent that Mr. Tod is an Lower Uncertainty avoidance cause he deal with the situation and took the risk to continue the work on the roof without thinking of the consequences.

Long-term versus short-term orientation 11: 10/1: 38: 20 This scene when Purro asked for

Long-term versus short-term orientation 11: 10/1: 38: 20 This scene when Purro asked for Tod’s business card, and Mr. Tod was surprised by Purro’s card cause its says “Future Call Center Manager” while he is just a trainer, Meanwhile this dose represent the Purro is High Long-term because he is focusing on what he will be in future which to be a Call Center Manager. -India has a score of 51 on this dimension, which indicates a preference for a more long-term, pragmatic culture. In India the concept of “karma” dominates religious and philosophical thought. Time is not linear, and thus is not as important as to western societies which typically score low on this dimension. Countries like India have a great tolerance for religious views from all over the world. Hinduism is often considered a philosophy more than even a religion. -

Masculinity 48: 58 / 1: 38: 20 Here in this scene Mr. Tod did

Masculinity 48: 58 / 1: 38: 20 Here in this scene Mr. Tod did hire Asha to be a Manager Assistant after he leaves, and Purro asked: “ Do you think she can do it ? “ Mr. Tod said “I think Asha can do anything” This shows the High Masculinity Score and a High Context Culture “A low score (Feminine) on the dimension means that the dominant values in society are caring for others and quality of life. A Feminine society is one where quality of life is the sign of success and standing out from the crowd is not admirable. The fundamental issue here is what motivates people, wanting to be the best (Masculine) or liking what you do (Feminine). ”

References : http: //geert-hofstede. com/india. html “Comparing Japanese and American Culture w/ Hofstede” by

References : http: //geert-hofstede. com/india. html “Comparing Japanese and American Culture w/ Hofstede” by Together Learning https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=j. VCfu. VU 35 e. U A website “Clearly Culture”: http: //www. clearlycultural. com/geert-hofstede-culturaldimensions/power-distance-index/