Both of these gestures can be frowned upon or inappropriate. There will always be miscommunication between cultures because they aren’t educated on other
It is very dangerous to use cultural blindness and forget that different culture see different manners as acceptable. Every culture comes with different manners. While it is normal to have a stare eye contact, call people by their first name, be open and speaking up, etc. all of the above could be disrespectful in, as an example, Japan. Eye contact is in most Asian countries considered rude, calling someone by their first name is disrespectful, openness and speaking up is the opposite of the Japanese culture and goes against their believes.
The major aspects affecting women under Mussolini’s reign in fascist Italy were the massive push for pro-natalist movements, Mussolini dreamed of a vast nation of fascist Italian soldiers having children with fascist Italian mothers that then gave birth to squads of fascist Italian children. He attempted this by introducing new laws and policies that limited the education on modern contraceptives, making abortions illegal, and giving incentives to women who could meet a “quota” on children birthed, some “quotas” being as high as seven or more depending on the job that the husband possessed. Although Mussolini’s attempt at growing a nation of massively multiplying Italian fascists failed, the ramifications on Italy as a whole can still be seen today. Women’s role in Mussolini’s Italy was nothing more than baby factories and mothers, he did not want them to aspire to be anything more or be anything more and the laws and policies he established portray this idea very clearly. These policies overflowed into the media and were easily visible, although not at the time, in the films that the culture was producing at the time.
Nazi Germany is the common name for the German Reich from 1933 to 1945 with Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in command. Fascist Italy is the era of National Fascist Party rule from 1922 to 1943 with Benito Mussolini as the totalitarian ruler. Under Hitler’s rule, Germany was transformed into a fascist dictatorial state that controlled all aspects of life. The fascists, in Italy, imposed totalitarian rule and crushed the political and intellectual opposition. With this being said, there are other similarities and differences between Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy.
In Portugal, as a sign of greeting men and women kiss each other on the cheeks. Men shake hands. When the closer friends who are happy to see each other get together, they accompany vigorous handshake greeting by slapping each other on the shoulder or back. When people say goodbye to each other the same ritual is repeated, though a handshake and a pat on the shoulder can be less vigorous. Now we can see the tendency of spreading of these rules and traditions of the family and friendship over business establishment.
Students wake up every morning staring at their closet wondering what they are going to wear to school making sure that it fits the dress code standards. school dress codes don 't allow you to dress with the trends without getting dress coded. School dress codes is body shaming Girls by what they want to wear to school. Girls have trouble with dress codes because they can 't show their brushed up or any skin on their body that 's distracting. school should have a dress code because students can express their identity through their clothes, show their creative imagination, and dress codes are unfair to girls.
Most American people conserve eye contact while communicating, and also they are expertise in showing enthusiasm and compassion. When greeting in social situations women pat each other on the right forearm or on the shoulder, rather than shake hands where as men shake hands until they know someone well, at which time they progress to a more traditional hug and back slapping. conversation take place in close physical distance when stepping back may be regarded as unfriendly. generally, people refrain to use first names
However, he did not adhere to the structure of socialism. On the contrary; he seemed to advocate the ideas that were the most popular among the Italian workers. This inconsistency has also made it difficult to determine Mussolini’s foreign policy goals (Duggan, 2013).
Normally a Singaporeans greeting is looking at the person eyes and having a firm handshake. The Japanese greeting is lowering their eyes and bows the person with a firm handshake. Some Japanese they are aware of our handshake, so they will only greet us with a normal handshake but often to be a weak handshake. In Singapore to achieve high position in the company we have to base on our education and hard work but to the Japanese their age is equal to their rank. Both country use same professional title in formal situations, for us Singaporean we use Mr and Mrs, but for Japanese there use the word San as Mr and Mrs. Exchanging of business cards is common in both culture, as we Singapore business men we should prepare our business cards both side is printed in English and Japanese.
Culture is a very vast and complicated term. As a result, it is extremely difficult to provide an all encompassing definition. In layman terms, culture is used to refer to symbolic markers used by societies to differentiate and distinguish themselves from other societies. These symbolic markers range from religion to customs and traditions to something as basic as language and clothes. Basically culture is a way of living.
1.1 INTRODUCTION Everyone wants an attractive appearance and want to feel attractive in view of others, because of the appearance that an attraction per person. A good performance from clothing that is worn daily. Clothes that fit well and are used give the impression of graceful and more professional and that we need to perform a mediation officer was dressed in tailored to the circumstances of the work. Clothing is the mirror of the heart was the main usage that shows character and personality. Most importantly, clothing displays the image and the behavior of almost in its entirety.
I believe there is indeed a need for a dress code for it to be able to maintain an atmosphere conducive for learning. To begin, with many students of different upbringings attending the school, it is crucial to make sure students dress appropriately in an educational environment. Adolescences particularly, dress the most provocative in an effort to fit in and attract the same or opposite sex. By enforcing more professional attire, it would show students of both sexes the appropriate way to dress in an academic setting. In addition, a dress code can contribute to student’s education by showing students how to dress for the working world.
For many decades, there have been thousands of arguments about whether university students should be made to wear uniforms or not. This is a combative and much-debated question that occurred amongst the University and others social circle. Example like at Pakistan, England, and the countries that all around the world. This question had been considering as the most debate question in around all the university. While in Malaysia, this problem also occurs in school systems for many years.
Italian Cinema Introduction: Since the start of the Italian film and cinema in the early 20th century, Italian movie makers and performers passed in a successful era on an international level and have influenced film industries throughout the world. Italian films have earned 14 academy Awards for best foreign language film which out the country in the first placement in the world and 12 Palmes d’or which place it in the 2nd place worldwide. The first Italian films were the adaptations of books or theatrical plays, using complicated set designs, rich costumes and high budgets. One of the first Italian cinema style was Italian futurism.
Westerners may find these questions invasive. In Western societies, questions like this would not be asked; simply saying “hello, how are you?” suffices. There is no distinction between formal and informal greetings in China, however, in Western societies, it is polite to shake hands in formal situations. Etiquette is another dissimilarity.