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Understanding the cultural values at the individual level in central africa: A test of the cvscale in cameroon

Abstract : In order to reduce the risk of failure, it is vital to learn about the different cultures around the world before doing business in other countries. Nonetheless, the existing cross-cultural business literature dealing with culture assessment methods has been widely criticized (Sharma, 2010). For instance, most studies operationalize personal cultural orientations for individual consumers based on the national scores on Hofstede (1980, 1991) cultural dimensions. In response to these concerns, the Cultural Values Scale (CVSCALE) is a 26-item scale that has been developed by Yoo, Donthu, and Lenartowicz (2011) to capture Hofstede’s (1991) five cultural dimensions at the individual level. However, none previous studies have investigated these dimensions in Central Africa in general and specifically in Cameroon, a country which has many different ethnic groups. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to test the reliability and validity of the CVSCALE in Cameroon.
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Raoul Djamen, Laurent Georges, Jean-Louis Pernin. Understanding the cultural values at the individual level in central africa: A test of the cvscale in cameroon. International Journal of Marketing and Social Policy (IJMSP), In press. ⟨hal-02866728⟩

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