Tuesday, Nov. 8th: Cultural Differences in Conceptualizations of Power: Psychological, Political, and Marketing Consequences. Professor Carlos Torelli, Carlson School of Management


Cultures nurture different views of what is desirable and meaningful to do with power. In some collectivistic cultures (such as those in most of Latin America), power is for benefiting and helping others, whereas in some individualistic cultures (such as those in most of North America), power is for advancing one's personal status and prestige. Professor Torelli will discuss the psychological, political, and marketing consequences of these culturally nurtured conceptualizations of power.

November 8, 2011
12:00 to 1:30 p.m. (Lunch served at noon)
101 University International Center (map)
331 17th Ave SE, East Bank

Or watch online at https://umconnect.umn.edu/tuesday/
http://www.global.umn.edu/spotlight is the Global Programs and Strategy Alliance's biennial focus on a region of the world and a pressing global issue. In 2010-2012, the focus is on the region of Latin America and the Caribbean and the issue of the Impact of Urbanization. The 2Tuesday Series is a monthly event to highlight University activities related to the Spotlight themes.

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