Cross-Cultural Adjustments MCQs

Cross-Cultural Adjustments MCQs

Answer these 30+ Cross-Cultural Adjustments MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of Cross-Cultural Adjustments.
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1: Assimilation means relinquishing cultural heritage and _____

A.   Adopting the beliefs of culture

B.   Adopting the behaviors of culture

C.   Adjusting to cultural practices

D.   Both a and b

2: The ability to adjust to others’ cultural practices is known as_____

A.   Cognitive CQ

B.   Behavioral CQ

C.   Cultural tightness

D.   None of these

3: Boomers refers to the generation born between 1946 and_____

A.   1956

B.   1964

C.   1966

D.   1976

4: Cognitive CQ refers to _____

A.   Self-Awareness

B.   Ability to detect cultural patterns

C.   Ability to adjust to others’ cultural practices

D.   Both a and b

5: Cultural Intelligence is an individual’s capabilities to_____ effectively in culturally diverse settings.

A.   Function

B.   Manage

C.   Deviance

D.   Both a and b

6: Cultural Looseness is associated with _____ and openness to change.

A.   Social disorganization

B.   Deviance

C.   Innovation

D.   All of these

7: Cultural Retooling is the psychological process of _____

A.   DetectIng cultural patterns

B.   Adapting to another culture

C.   Functioning and managing effectively cultural diversity

D.   All of these

8: Cultural Tightness is associated with_____ , and low rates of change.

A.   Order

B.   Efficiency

C.   Conformity

D.   All of these

9: The strength of social norms and the level of sanctioning within societies refers to _____

A.   Cultural Tightness

B.   Cultural Looseness

C.   Cultural Retooling

D.   Cultural Tightness-Looseness

10: Culturally Endorsed Implicit Leadership Theory is a theory that identifies leadership behaviors perceived as effective and ineffective across cultures.

A.   True

B.   False

11: The distress experienced by a traveler from the loss of familiar patterns of social interaction is known as_____

A.   Culture Distress

B.   Culture Shock

C.   Culture complex

D.   None of these

12: Deep Level Diversity refers to differences among members’ _____

A.   Attitudes

B.   Beliefs

C.   Values

D.   All of these

13: Generation born between 1965 and _____is called Generation Xers.

A.   1970

B.   1980

C.   1990

D.   1999

14: Generation Xers is also known as_____

A.   Baby busters

B.   Latchkey kids

C.   Gen Z

D.   Both a and b

15: Generation Z refers to a generation that became adults during the _____ decade of the 21st century.

A.   First

B.   Second

C.   Third

D.   Fourth

16: Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness Project is a large-scale research program that sought to understand differences in leader behaviors and relationships with relevant organizational.

A.   True

B.   False

17: Global Mindset is a set of individual attributes that enhance a manager’s ability to influence others who are _____ to them.

A.   Similar

B.   Different

C.   Both

D.   None

18: _____ occurs when individuals, and often their families, are relocated from one country to another by an employer, generally from a familiar situation to a novel one for a fixed period of time.

A.   Global transportation

B.   Global mobility

C.   Global job

D.   None of these

19: High-Context Cultures are the cultures that rely heavily on ______ for meaning when perceiving and communicating with others.

A.   Situational cues

B.   Written words

C.   Spoken words

D.   All of these

20: Integrative Complexity is the degree to which a person accepts the reasonableness of different cultural perspectives on how to live, at_____

A.   Micro interpersonal level

B.   Macro interpersonal level

C.   Macro organizational-societal level

D.   Both a and c

21: Low-Context Cultures are the cultures in which ____ carry the burden of shared meanings.

A.   Situational cues

B.   Written words

C.   Spoken words

D.   Both b and c

22: Marginalization means _____

A.   Rejecting the old culture

B.   Rejecting the new culture

C.   Accepting both the old and new culture

D.   Both a and b

23: Metacognitive CQ is the cognitive processing necessary to _____ expectations appropriate for different cultural situations.

A.   Recognize

B.   Understand

C.   Evaluate

D.   Both a and b

24: Millennials refer to the generation born between 1981 and_____.

A.   1989

B.   1992

C.   1995

D.   1999

25: Motivational CQ refers to persistence and goal setting for cross-cultural interactions _____ to lead.

A.   Expectations

B.   Motivations

C.   Experiences

D.   All of these

26: The transition when the expatriate has not completed the international assignment and does not return home is called Repatriation.

A.   True

B.   False

27: The distress experienced by an expatriate when they assimilate to a foreign culture and have trouble adjusting to their native culture when they return home is known as_____

A.   Negative Culture Shock

B.   Forward Culture Shock

C.   Reverse Culture Shock

D.   All of these

28: Maintaining only the heritage culture without intergroup relations is known as_____

A.   Culture Shock

B.   Separation

C.   Adaptability

D.   All of these

29: Surface Level Diversity refers to differences among group members in overt, biological characteristics that are typically reflected in _____ features.

A.   Physical

B.   Psychological

C.   Both

D.   None

30: “The construction of a mutually beneficial interactive environment in which individuals from two different cultures can function in a way beneficial to all involved” is known as_____’

A.   Second culture

B.   Third culture

C.   Exceptional culture

D.   None of these

31: Traditionalists refers to the generation born between 1900 and _____

A.   1920

B.   1935

C.   1945

D.   1955

32: Integration means _____

A.   Maintaining one’s cultural heritage

B.   Adopting a new cultural identity

C.   Both

D.   None