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Transcript: BY ABUK NICE IN FRANCE IMPORTANCE NICE BY ABUK YAAC Nice Importance Of Nice Giuseppe Garibaldi Giuseppe Garibaldi was apart of the Italian army and was also a politician. He fought for Italian independence and was later deported to a different country, as a politician he has had important roles in the Italian government. Giuseppe Garibaldi Why is Nice much loved Nice is much loved by the residents and tourists as it had great climate and great landscape to view on a everyday basis. Nice has great architecture and sites to view which attract many people to this astonishing and beautiful place. Why is Nice much loved Photos of Nice These are some photos of this pleasing place Photos of Nice Nice is a very alluring, beautiful and outstanding place Map Of Nice in the France
Transcript: A hot and crispy chickpea pancake, blackened around the edges, and custard like inside. It is the quintessential street food of Nice, baked over hot coals on enormous steel platters. A classic Niçoise salad includes anchovies, Dijon vinaigrette, shallots, red peppers, and other fresh vegetables. Potatoes were a later addition, as was fresh tuna. Narrow streets hold shops for take-home finds, such as household items, wine, gourmet gifts, clothing and more. There are numerous restaurants in the area, as well as several bars and nightclubs. Socca A tart, or pizza, topped with anchovies, onions, and olives. It is salty, tart, and intense. It is also a great example of how Italian and French food mingles in this seaside town. What will make Nice unforgettable? Founded around 350 BC by the Greeks who settled Marseille. They named the colony Nikaia, apparently to commemorate a nearby victory (Nike in Greek). 10th century: Ruled by the counts of Provence but turned to Amadeus VII of the House of Savoy in 1388. Victorian period: English aristocracy and European royalty enjoyed Nice’s mild winter climate. Today it’s the second-most visited city in France after Paris. 18th and 19th centuries: Occupied by the French, but didn’t definitively become part of France until 1860. Sunny, temperate climate Shows Matisse's works from his more traditional early days to the end of his career. There are also some of his personal effects here. What's the Historical Significance? Located on the south east coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea With its breathtaking views, pleasant climate, delicious food, and many activities to choose from, our journey to Nice will be one of the most memorable stops on our trip! Nice's famous Flower Market is one of the best attractions in the whole city. Lined with cafés and souvenir shops, the stands are packed with produce and flowers. Katy East Vieux Nice, or Old Nice Pissaladière What are the attractions? Where is Nice? Matisse Museum Flower Market Niçoise Salad Fifth most populous city in France, after Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse. Nice, France What's there to eat?
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Transcript: ‘Context’ • Definition: the factors shaping the circumstances of a statement and the perception of it, in terms of how much of it can be completely understood. • Countries in Asia, the Middle East and Southern Europe are typically dominated by ‘high context’ culture • Countries in North America, Northern, and Western Europe often are ‘low context’ cultures ‘Low context’ • In ‘low context’ cultures most messages are overt and explicit • Highly mobile environments such as the Canada and the US, where people come and go, need lower ‘context’ culture • Communication in ‘low context’ cultures is direct and clear & Low commitment to relationship, transmitting the task is more important than relationships • ‘Low context’ cultures argumentation and rhetoric are used in advertising, whereas symbolism and indirect expressions are commonly found in advertisements in ‘high context’ cultures High Context ad: Japan: Suntory beer - Comprehend: Corporate meeting/social gathering over beer at night. Uncomprehensible meaning resides in: - Non-verbal language, hand gestures. - Unexplaind interactions/relationships. - Implicit communication. Not translated into low-context cultue. Introduction ”Finally a lite products we, as men, understand. 30 % less calories, 4.1 % alcohol. ” Comprehensible meaning: Dilemma between health and taste. The Carlsberg solution: Same amount of alcohol, less calories. Meaning resides in: - Explicit non-verbal language, outward reaction . - Sound effect. - Overt messages - Summarizing statement. Beyond Culture: High Context Culture Low context examples Conclusion Published in 1976 Contains simple but logical comments on culture and its influence on our behaviour -> “it provides a good understanding of the manner in which culture conditions us to perceive our world, and the people who inhabit it, in certain predetermined ways.” (Pacific Sun) Introduces the concept of “high and low context culture” Low context ad: Denmark: Carlsberg Lite ‘High context’ •Requires people to understand the rules, by using their knowledge of contextual elements •People in ‘high context’ cultures rely more on indirect language, many covert and implicit messages, with use of metaphor and reading between the lines. •Communication tends to be through words, the tone of the voice, body language, timing, facial expressions, eye contact, and the use of silence as pauses • ‘High context’ cultures are more relationship-oriented, community and the traditional way of doing things are very important High context examples Example: Low Context American anthropologist and cross-cultural researcher Influential colleague of the well-known media theorist Marshall McLuhan Gradually developed his concept of “cultural dimensions”, which he described in several books. Thank you for your attention! Concept Differences: • Behaviour (verbal / nonverbal) • Emotional expressions • Relationship-building • Directness/indirectness Example: High context High Context Culture vs. Low Context Culture Konrad Schneider Jakub Drwiega High or Low Context Culture? Edward T. Hall (1914-2009):
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