Hofstede-Based Cultural Dimensions Survey Responses among VAE Graduates, Dataset from 2021
This dataset encompasses the responses from a Hofstede-based questionnaire designed to uncover the cultural dynamics among four generations of Vocational Accounting Education (VAE) graduates, namely boomers, Gen X, millennials, and Gen Z. The questionnaire, employing a Likert scale ranging from 1 to 6, was administered to 835 graduates from a prominent VAE institution located in Indonesia. Collected between June 26th and July 23rd, 2021, using Google Forms, the responses have been meticulously compiled into structured Excel spreadsheets. The data provides a comprehensive insight into the cultural dimensions exhibited by these graduates, offering a lens through which the evolving cultural shifts across generations can be discerned. This dataset is pivotal to the primary study, which employs exploratory factor analysis to unveil distinct cultural dimensions, further enriched with a netnographic analysis. Researchers and academicians interested in cultural evolution, intergenerational dynamics, vocational education, or the influence of global digital exposure on cultural values will find this dataset to be of significant relevance. Moreover, the dataset stands as a valuable foundation for any subsequent studies aiming to delve deeper into the nuances of cultural variations within educational and workplace settings in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.