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Culture, profession, and attitudes towards educational technology: A large-scale, German-Romanian study
Cultural dimensions and attitudes towards educational technology may differ between countries and ethnicities, but also between professional groups. This study examines a bicultural, German and Romanian sample (N = 2834) that includes both participants with technical and with non-technical professions. Results show large differences between Germans and Romanians as well as small differences between participants of technical and non-technical professions regarding Hofstede's cultural dimensions and regarding attitudes towards technology. The results will be discussed with respect to expanding Hofstede's framework towards differentiating between cultural sub-samples.