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Title: Culture and IS: A criticism of predefined cultural archetypes studies
Authors: Ali, M
Brooks, L
Alshawi, S
Keywords: Hofstede, National Culture, Sub-Culture, Organizational culture, Predefined Cultural Archetypes.
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: AMCIS
Citation: Proccedings of the Fourteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems , Toronto,Canada ,14-17 August 2008,pp.1-11
Abstract: Although there are many different models of national culture, most IS research has tended to rely almost solely on Hofstede’s cultural model (Keil et al., 2000; Straub, 1994; Tan et al., 1995; Watson et al., 1994; Myers and Tan, 2002; Kirkman et al. 2006).). This is perhaps not surprising, given that Hofstede’s typology of culture has been one of the most popular in many different fields of management (Myers and Tan, 2002). Although, this paper focuses on Hofstede’s model of national culture, but many of the criticisms of Hofstede’s model apply equally well to most of the other predefined cultural models. This paper provides a criticism of predefined cultural archetypes and highlight some recommendations for researchers in the filed of culture and IS discipline.
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