Cultural Values and Communication Online

@article{Warden2005CulturalVA,
  title={Cultural Values and Communication Online},
  author={Clyde A. Warden and Judy F. Chen and D'Arcy Caskey},
  journal={Business Communication Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={68},
  pages={222 - 232}
}
Whereas many researchers have examined differences in values and behavior between Westerners and Asians, fewer have investigated differences within Asian cultural groups. A recent government initiative in Taiwan to encourage international education has led to the development of an international MBA program at the National Cheng Kung University in Tainan; both Chinese and Southeast Asian students participate in the program. They exhibit different behaviors in their classes, particularly in their… 

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