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What is culture?
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Group phenomenon
Shows in Behavioral patterns
Consists of values
Dynamic, interaction with environment
Learnt and passed on

Culture is a group phenomenon, it shows in behavivoral patterns and consists of values in its core. Also, it is learnt and passed on to the next generation. Furthermore, it is dynamic and changes with interaction with the environment. 
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What are behavioral patterns? 
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Behavioral patterns are unconscious actions based on values. Or routinized behavior. They are reaction to stimulus. 
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Describe the open definition of culture
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The open definition of culture can be describe with collectives. It describes culture of an individual, that we are all part of a umbrella-collective (Germany, Spain, Arabic countries etc.). But we are also part of roof-collectives (Ruhrgebiet, Bayern, Church etc.). To take it even further we can also be part of sub-collectives (Sports club, university class etc.), that describe our culture even more in detail.
Everybody has their own mix of these collectives, so everybody has also their own form of culture, but still under similiar umbrella-collectives.
But also collectives from other geographical regions (HipHop, Buddhism etc.) can be part of our identity, so it makes it even more an interesting and fitting concept of culture.
This concept takes the self-identication into its model which means, identification through others and context.
The trend is to a multi-collectivity culture. 
Understanding that everybody has their own form of culture can help us understand and analyze certain behavior.
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What are Social actions?    
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Social actions are conscious actions, which has a meaning/goal for the person. 
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Describe Homogeneity and Heterogeneity in a culture. 
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Heterogeneity in culture describe how many influences from the outside influenced the culture. A More heterogenous culture has many different cultural influences combined in their own culture. This refers to the history, geographic location or poltical system.
The USA can be seen as an example, do to their huge migration we have shit ton of influences in their. The extreme can be seen in the city of NewYork where we speak of a "melting pot" of cultures.

A more homogengous culture can be seen in Japan where the national isolation process kept migration to a minimum. And the geographic location of Japan led to a more concentrated culture, where almost everybody had the same habits, patterns etc. 
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What are personal values?
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Those are core values which are fundamental forces of our actions, traits or qualities that we consider to be of high priority. Things we believe that are important in the way we live and work and deeply held believes we have. 
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What are values?
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Values are things we consider important to strive for, things we should do or follow, what is worth protecting, worthwhile to live and sometimes to die for.
--> What is wrong and right in life
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Describe the direct communication style, hobbit
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The direct communication style focuses more on what you say, rather than how you say it, also a Major Point is directness. He is not afraid to openly confront issues and communicate concerns straightforward and say things clearly.
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Describe High and Low Power distance
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The Power distance describes how less powerful members of a society accept and expect that power is distributed equally.

High Power distance describes, that there's  a high hierarchies and that everybody knows their place and does not questions that.

Low Power distance describes the fact, that people strive for equalize of distribution of power. (Low hierarchies) 
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Describe the Iceberg Model to analyze a culture.
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The ieberg model gives us a quick overview about the culturral Environment we want to look at and can be distinguished into 3 different categories.

Culture is seen as an iceberg and above the surface we have we have all the observable Things we see like Arts, Language, Food, Traditions or Rituals.
Below the surface we have the Feelings & Thoughts section where we have Attitudes, Norns, roles etc of a culture.
At the bottom of a culturre we have the core, like values, desires or Tastes.

The context factors, such as Media, Climate, Demopgraphy, or Technology change culture immensly.

The section above the surface changes quicker than the core of a cultute.
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What is communication?
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Communication is a System that involves an interrelated, interdependent Group of elements working together as a whole to achieve a desired outcome or Goal.
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How can be silence an important part in communications?
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Silence or non-verbal communication can also be part of a message. How Long the pause is, Absence of silence or no silence at all can also be part of a message and Needs to be considered.
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Q:
What is culture?
A:
Group phenomenon
Shows in Behavioral patterns
Consists of values
Dynamic, interaction with environment
Learnt and passed on

Culture is a group phenomenon, it shows in behavivoral patterns and consists of values in its core. Also, it is learnt and passed on to the next generation. Furthermore, it is dynamic and changes with interaction with the environment. 
Q:
What are behavioral patterns? 
A:
Behavioral patterns are unconscious actions based on values. Or routinized behavior. They are reaction to stimulus. 
Q:
Describe the open definition of culture
A:
The open definition of culture can be describe with collectives. It describes culture of an individual, that we are all part of a umbrella-collective (Germany, Spain, Arabic countries etc.). But we are also part of roof-collectives (Ruhrgebiet, Bayern, Church etc.). To take it even further we can also be part of sub-collectives (Sports club, university class etc.), that describe our culture even more in detail.
Everybody has their own mix of these collectives, so everybody has also their own form of culture, but still under similiar umbrella-collectives.
But also collectives from other geographical regions (HipHop, Buddhism etc.) can be part of our identity, so it makes it even more an interesting and fitting concept of culture.
This concept takes the self-identication into its model which means, identification through others and context.
The trend is to a multi-collectivity culture. 
Understanding that everybody has their own form of culture can help us understand and analyze certain behavior.
Q:
What are Social actions?    
A:
Social actions are conscious actions, which has a meaning/goal for the person. 
Q:
Describe Homogeneity and Heterogeneity in a culture. 
A:
Heterogeneity in culture describe how many influences from the outside influenced the culture. A More heterogenous culture has many different cultural influences combined in their own culture. This refers to the history, geographic location or poltical system.
The USA can be seen as an example, do to their huge migration we have shit ton of influences in their. The extreme can be seen in the city of NewYork where we speak of a "melting pot" of cultures.

A more homogengous culture can be seen in Japan where the national isolation process kept migration to a minimum. And the geographic location of Japan led to a more concentrated culture, where almost everybody had the same habits, patterns etc. 
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Q:
What are personal values?
A:
Those are core values which are fundamental forces of our actions, traits or qualities that we consider to be of high priority. Things we believe that are important in the way we live and work and deeply held believes we have. 
Q:
What are values?
A:
Values are things we consider important to strive for, things we should do or follow, what is worth protecting, worthwhile to live and sometimes to die for.
--> What is wrong and right in life
Q:
Describe the direct communication style, hobbit
A:
The direct communication style focuses more on what you say, rather than how you say it, also a Major Point is directness. He is not afraid to openly confront issues and communicate concerns straightforward and say things clearly.
Q:
Describe High and Low Power distance
A:
The Power distance describes how less powerful members of a society accept and expect that power is distributed equally.

High Power distance describes, that there's  a high hierarchies and that everybody knows their place and does not questions that.

Low Power distance describes the fact, that people strive for equalize of distribution of power. (Low hierarchies) 
Q:
Describe the Iceberg Model to analyze a culture.
A:
The ieberg model gives us a quick overview about the culturral Environment we want to look at and can be distinguished into 3 different categories.

Culture is seen as an iceberg and above the surface we have we have all the observable Things we see like Arts, Language, Food, Traditions or Rituals.
Below the surface we have the Feelings & Thoughts section where we have Attitudes, Norns, roles etc of a culture.
At the bottom of a culturre we have the core, like values, desires or Tastes.

The context factors, such as Media, Climate, Demopgraphy, or Technology change culture immensly.

The section above the surface changes quicker than the core of a cultute.
Q:
What is communication?
A:
Communication is a System that involves an interrelated, interdependent Group of elements working together as a whole to achieve a desired outcome or Goal.
Q:
How can be silence an important part in communications?
A:
Silence or non-verbal communication can also be part of a message. How Long the pause is, Absence of silence or no silence at all can also be part of a message and Needs to be considered.
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