Individualism: the degree to which individuals are integrated into groups and seen as interdependent or independent.
Power distance: the extent to which people accept an unequal distribution of power.
Masculinity-Femininity: the degree of being feminine-- valuing fluid gender roles, quality of life, service, relationships, and interdependence- and the degree of being masculine-- emphasizing distinctive gender roles, ambition, materialism, and independence.
Uncertainty avoidance: The extent to which uncertainty, ambiguity, and deviant ideas and behaviors are avoided.
Long-term versus short-term orientation: Reflects a cultural-group orientation toward virtue or truth. The long-term orientation emphasizing virtue, whereas the short-term orientation emphasizes truth.