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When adapting to other cultures, the "Golden Rule" is

A) a helpful principle to follow.
B) less effective than treating others the way they want to be treated.
C) helpful, but only in Asian countries.
D) none of the above.

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Explanation: B) Across cultures, people often don't want to be treated as you yourself would want to be treated. So, rather than following the Golden Rule, find out how people want to be treated, and then treat them accordingly.

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You just saved me a lot of time. ;)