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Chapter 2 Diversity

Diversity

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copyright The legal right of someone, usually the author or artist, to use or reproduce a work.
cross-cultural communication Sharing messages verbally, nonverbally, or in writing with people from different cultures.
culture A set of beliefs, attitudes, practices, and social cusoms that distinguishes a group of people.
discrimination Unfair treatment of a person or group on the basis of prejudice.
diversity The presence of a wide range of variation in qualities or attributes of people or things.
ethics Principles of right and wrong that govern behavior.
ethnicity The division of people into groups that share a common ancestry, history, or culture.
etiquette A set of rules of behavior for a particular place or situation.
globalization The integration of activities among nations in areas such as commerce and culture.
identity theft Stealing and illegally using a person's private data.
inclusion Seeing and valuing the contributions of everyone and treating everyone fairly.
multinational company A company that conducts business in at least two nations.
plagiarism The act of claiming someone else's words or ideas as your own.
prejudice A bias that prevents objective thoughts about a person or thing.
race The division of people into groups based on physical characteristics such as skin or hair color.
stereotype An oversimplified belief about a group of people.
trade secret Information that glives a business a competitive advantage and that it makes reasonable efforts to keep secrets
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