• Culture can be learned – this does not mean that it is innate; people are socialised from childhood to learn the rules and norms of their culture. It also means that when one leaves one culture for another it is possible to learn the new culture.
• Culture is learned — this means that it is not innate; people are socialized from childhood to learn the rules and norms of their culture. It also means that when one goes to another culture, it is possible to learn the new culture.
Paragraph is not marked as a citation although again there is a very high percentage of agreement with an older text. Note that the same text as found in the source, can also be found in the textbook Global management 1995 on page 71, line 22-24. Punnett has been a Co-author of this book. Note also that the author states before the list of bullet points, on page 58 of the thesis: "Keller and Drepper have attempted to develop a systematic approach to culture and examined the literature analysis carried out by Kluckhohn and Kroeber and have derived the following characteristics: [FN 17: Keller, v. E. (1982), p. 114.]". Keller (1982) has not been checked, but as no direct quote is marked in the thesis, there is no doubt about the plagiarism-status of this text fragment.