As described earlier, low context cultures require explicit communication where the message is fully communicated through words. By contrast, high context cultures use relatively few words and instead communicate primarily using body language, tone of voice, and so on. Continue reading
This article looks at the differences between Danish and Japanese national culture two using the cultural model created by Geert Hofstede. Below I offer a brief refresher into what each dimension actually refers to. Continue reading
In this article I will present a very bried look at Japanese and Danish culture. This post will serve as an introduction for anyone who might be unfamilliar with either culture, and therefore as a building block for the rest of the articles on cultural comparison in this blog.