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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2019, 2(3); doi: 10.25236/FER.033039.

Research on the Culture Fusion of Korean Enterprises in China Based on the Theory of Cultural Dimensions


Jin Jing

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Jin Jing

Northeast Asian Studies College of Jilin University; College of Humanities & Sciences Northeast Normal University, Jilin Changchun (130000), China


Culture is the material and spiritual wealth created by human beings in social and historical practice. It is a complex social ideology with regional, national, diversity, relativity, continuity and integrity. Multinational corporations must not only inherit the original corporate culture, but also adapt to the localization strategy of corporate transnational operations, avoid cultural conflicts, and form a mutually integrated corporate culture. Hofstede’s theory of cultural dimension, as an important theory for studying differences in national cultures, helps to correctly understand the different cultural differences between China and South Korea, and strengthens the recognition of values and community awareness through cultural integration and restructuring in East Asia. Form a multinational corporate culture that is conducive to the implementation of localization strategies.


cultural dimension; transnational management; corporate culture; cultural integration

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Jin Jing. Research on the Culture Fusion of Korean Enterprises in China Based on the Theory of Cultural Dimensions.  Frontiers in Educational Research (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 3: 34-42. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.033039.


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