Hofstede's 5 Dimensions in Third World Countries
Rixon Campbell, Other, United States
Hofstede in his study on various societies looked at femininity or masculinity among other areas.
The developmental context of a number of countries especially the so called 'third world countries' (the Caribbean for example) have their history steeped on a masculine structure.
in Hofstede's study came out to be a masculine in nature, however, things have changed drastically since the 1970s, Jamaica has had a female prime minister and the majority of leaders in the Jamaican communities are female which shows how the structural dimensions have changed.