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New Zealand

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on 26 February 2015

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Transcript of New Zealand

Communication
Food
Conclusion
Art, Dance and Adventure
Role of Family, Friends, and Relationships
The Religion Revolution
Political History
Verbal Communication
Non-Verbal Communication
Pakeha vs. Maori Greeting
New Zealand's Government Today
Class Systems and Stereo Types
Change of Family Roles from Past to Present
Friendships and Social Greetings
New Zealand families in the past
Marrying young
Children directly after marriage.
More Maori children.
Extended family.
First name basis
Powhiri
Hongi
Hanshakes and smiling.
Maori
European Involvement
Traditions and Manners in Social Situations
Remove shoes
Tipping in restaurants
Bus fare
Treaty of Waitangi
Parliament
Head of State
1. Personal Space
2. Eye Contact
3. Gestures and Body Language
4. Touch
The Haka
Maori Art
Ta Moko
Marae
Kiwis are Krazy
Maori Language
Kia Ora
SHEEP!
Statistics!
35% Atheist
10% Other Religions
Maori
55% Christian
Beliefs
Government and Political System
Political History
Government Today
Social Structure
Hongi
Handshake
Greenstone -
Toki
Pikoura
New Zealand
Tēnā koutou
AJ Hacket
Abbreviations
Barbeque= Barbie
New Zealand= En Zed (N.Z)
Slang
Kia Ora Bro (hello mate)
Laters (goodbye)
Bro/Cuz/Mate (friend)
Choice (the best)
Cracker (fun, good time)
Sweet As (Yea, I agree, great)
Chur (thanks,cool, sweet as)
Jandals (flip-flops)
Accent:
A becomes E:
“Now thet I hev your ettention, lets get beck to the lesson, ey?”
"day" turns into "die"
E becomes EE:
“I’ll be there in teen meenuts”
I becomes U:
“Lets go get some fush and chups bro”
O
and
U
stays the same
Hindu, Buddhist, Islam, and the Maori
-Whakapapa
-Mana
-Korero
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