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This quantity explores decision-making types, together with cooperative, collaborative, avoidant, aggressive, and dominate which are often changed by way of the tradition. tradition isn't really a stagnant phenomenon, and lots of variables have to be thought of to effectively review cultural changes in decision-making kinds. between many cultural elements, the person (''''I'''' tradition) - collectivism (''''we'''' tradition) measurement is Read more...

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9) To preserve a relationship, one should ignore directives – linguistic expressions, often orders or instructions, that direct people to do something – rather than challenge or question them. (10) Confrontation avoidance is the norm, although participants in situations that have reached a high degree of tension may explode into vehement and angry outbursts. More usually, critiques are expressed through mild or strong hints, or by joking or using sarcasm. In other words, there is high indirectness when disagreeing with an interlocutor or engaging in other potentially face-threatening behavior.

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4 ONTOLOGIES An ontology is an information representation tool used to describe a domain of interest. It consists of classes, properties, and individuals. In an ontology, the domain of knowledge is modeled by a conceptualization that consists of a controlled vocabulary. The ontology specifies this conceptualization (for instance by using a standard computer readable language) and thus describes the domain. The most formal types of ontologies are encoded in machine readable languages to provide automatic inferencing and use by general programs.

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