Walt Disney and Cultures Overseas
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This paper answers three questions on the sociocultural difficulties faced by Disney in opening its theme parks overseas.
From the Paper:"Sociocultural differences created problems for Walt Disney in opening parks overseas, primarily because Disney did not bother to analyze the external environment in Europe, it simply did not realize that there was a significant culture gap between the United States and Europe. (Ruszczyk Trodler) As a result, it merely copied what it had done in its U.S. and Tokyo operations to its European operation. Recklies points out that the main cultural differences were in the service mentality of..."
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