Hall, and discovered how much it has influenced my thinking. I have no idea why or where I bought it at some point in the s, other than it must have looked interesting. At times I describe myself as a "rhythm junkie.
Space Hall was concerned about space and our relationships within it. He called the study of such space Proxemics. We have concerns about space in many situations, from personal body space to space in the office, parking space, space at home.
The need for space Some people need more space in all areas. People who encroach into that space are seen as a threat. Personal space is an example of a mobile form of territory and people need less or greater distances between them and others.
A Japanese person who needs less space thus will stand closer to an American, inadvertently making the American uncomfortable. Some people need bigger homes, bigger cars, bigger offices and so on. This may be driven by cultural factors, for example the space in America needs to greater use of space, whilst Japanese need less space partly as a result of limited useful space in Japan.
High territoriality Some people are more territorial than others with greater concern for ownership. They seek to mark out the areas which are theirs and perhaps having boundary wars with neighbors. This happens right down to desk-level, where co-workers may do battle over a piece of paper which overlaps from one person's area to another.
At national level, many wars have been fought over boundaries. Territoriality also extends to anything that is 'mine' and ownership concerns extend to material things.
Security thus becomes a subject of great concern for people with a high need for ownership. People high territoriality tend also to be low context.
Low territoriality People with lower territoriality have less ownership of space and boundaries are less important to them. They will share territory and ownership with little thought. They also have less concern for material ownership and their sense of 'stealing' is less developed this is more important for highly territorial people.
People with low territoriality tend also to be high context. Contrasting Australian Aboriginal people will say that they belong to the land rather than the other way around. Before we scotch this, we should remember that they have thrived in harsh conditions for thousands of years.
Western society, on the other hand has shown much barbarity over ownership of land.
When working across cultures, pay attention to high and low cultures through the actions of others. For example if people are late for meetings it may be because they are polychronic, not because they are disrespectful or lazy. When you understand the personal, national or organizational culture, then you can seek to align with them and hence gain greater influence.
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