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Diversity Project

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Beth Barbour

on 14 December 2012

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Britain Britain Is Also Known As The United Kingdom, Great Britain Or Northern Ireland To England. It's a Sovereign State Located Off The North-Western Coast Of The Continental Europe. Introduction for Britain Why I Chose The Britain Culture. The Holidays By: Beth Barbour I Chose Britain As My Culture Because I
Am 1/4 British. My Great Grandfather originated
from Britain then married my Great Grandmother
and became a citizen. January
•1st New Year's Day
•5th Twefth Night

•1st Candlemas Day
•14th Valentine's Day

•1st St David's Day
(Wales National Day)
•17th St. Patrick's Day
(Ireland's Special Day) March/April
•Shrove Tuesday
•Mothering Sunday
•Maundy Thursday
•1st April Fool's Day
•23rd St George's Day
(England's National Day)

•1st May Day

•Trooping the Colours
•Wimbledon Tennis Tournament July
•Swan Upping

•Notting Hill Carnival

•Harvest Festival

•31st Halloween

•5th Bonfire Night
•11th Remembrance Day
•30th St Andrew's Day
(Scotland's National Day) Works Cited http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/countriesandterritories/unitedkingdom/index.html
http://www.communicaid.com/cross-cultural-training/culture-for-business-and-management/doing-business-in/British-business-and-social-culture.php December
•25th Christmas
•26th Boxing Day Traditions!!!! Britain is a tea-drinking nation. Every day they drink 165 million cups of tea. British children are required by law to have an education until they are 16 years old. Football (soccer) is played during the winter months as well as all other months of the year, it is the most popular sport played there. Communication Styles The United Kingdom does not have a constitutionally defined official language. English is the main language British people have a quite indirect communication style. UK tend to have short-term relationships, follow rules and standards closely and are generally very task-oriented Geographic Areas 78% of British people move to Florida when moving to the U.S. Personal Values Work Values When doing business in the UK you generally find direct questions.
Dressing Nicely Is Expected. Religion
Family and Friends
Respect Similarities The similarities between Britain and The United States are almost everything. They both have the same holidays but Britain does have more along with the ones we have. Conclusion I learned that America and Great Britain have a lot in common.
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