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Claiming too much, delivering too little: testing some of Hofstede’s generalisations

’ (2006: 923). The postulates they share include – national cultures are: (1) values, defined as invariant transituational preferences; 2 At least five types of cultural theories: psychological, mentalist (or cognitive), textualist, inter-subjectivist, or practice based can be distinguished. On a very basic level, these schools offer opposing locations and conceptions of culture. The school of the national culture as values, excludes all but one type of cultural influence, the psychological, which, it supposes, determines thought, feelings and actions. Even its notion

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