Communication Styles as Dimensions of National Culture

@inproceedings{Smith2011CommunicationSA,
  title={Communication Styles as Dimensions of National Culture},
  author={Peter Bevington Smith},
  year={2011}
}
Evidence is presented that national cultures may be distinguished in terms of prevalent styles of communication, as exemplified by survey response styles. A distinction is made between the average communication style within a given nation and the nation-level dispersion of communication styles. Secondary analyses of published values, beliefs, and personality data are used to test hypotheses concerning the attributes of nations that differ in terms of their citizens’ tendencies to agree and to… CONTINUE READING

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