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Transcript of brazil

Deep Structure
Institution:
Hofstede's Patterns
Power Distance - 69%
Individualism - 38%
Masculinity - 49%
Uncertainty Avoidance - 76%
Pragmatism - 44%
Does Brazil really care?
Verbal Codes
Portuguese
Emotional
Voice tone
Kohls' Values
Nonverbal
cODES
Foods
brazil
Feijoada
Manoic
Okra
Fresh Fruit
Rice
Black Beans
Peanuts
Northern Brazil
Vatapa
Tacaca Soup
Pato no Tucop
Southern Brazil
Arroz Carreteiro
Barredado
Lasagna
Northeastern Brazil
Moqueca
Acarajé
Southeastern Brazil
Frango com quiabo
Banana frita
Queijo
In The Past:
men were expected to be the provider and women were expected to supervise the household and children.

Now:
Gender Roles Have Changed
They have a stronger family tie.
Fate/Personal control of environment
fate mindset
uncertainty avoidance
personal control over the environment is becoming more prevalent.
Itaipu dam
Belo monte dam
Scenery
Location : South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean with the total area of 8,514,877 sq km

Brazil is the largest country in South America
and shares boundaries with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador.
Geography
Welcome To Brazil
Iguazu Falls
(it's many features From multiple views)
Tradition

Carnaval
New years celebrations
Capoeira
Carnival pirade
Collective Culture
Extended family
human interaction
birthright inheritance

Favelas
Rank/Status
Gender Inequality
age
Skin color /class
schooling
income/career path
Competition vs. cooperation
opportunity
equality
Very competitive in soccer/football

dress and appearance /materialism
SPorts
Martial Arts
Capoeria
Jiu-Jitsu
1. Football (Soccer)
2. Volleyball
3. Basketball
Arts
The Stone Breakers
Greece
The Secret Life of A
Architecture
Palacio da alvorada
Ministerio das Relacoes
Catedral Metropolitana de Brasilia

Present orientation
long term benefits are uncertain
economic instability
spending as a country
leisure

Directness, openness honesty
President Dilma Rousseff
first elected woman president.
Leisure Time
Nightlife
Dancing
Nature Reserves Carnivals
Recreation Sports
Rio's Nightlife
Dancing
Natural Reserves (Amazon Region)
carnivals

Footvolley
Holidays
April 21st - Dia de Tiradentes (Tiradentes day)
May 1st - Dia do Trabalho (May Day)
September 7th - Dia da Independenica (Independence Day)
October 12th - Nossa Senhora Aparecida (Our Lady Aparecida)
November 15th - Dia da Republica (Day of Republic)
Media
Television
Music
Films
Fashion
Economics
1 Brazilian Real - 0.39 USD
Eye contact
Body gestures
Hand signals
Brazilians are collective, they look out for the welfare of those around them, and they especially strive for harmony for group members in work places, or in business environments.
Presented by:
Marie White, Austin Harrison, Candice Brennan
Inessa Laptev, Devin Leon
Brazil is a feminine country, such as with more women going in the workforce or politics.
Vital Statistics
Population & Ethnicities
Population: 203,429,773
with the growth rate of 0.8%

Ethnic groups: 47.7% White, 43.1% Mulatto, 7.6% Black, 1.1% Asian, and 0.4% Indigenous (2010)





Climate
Landscape
Brazil is dominated by two prominent features, the Amazon River with its surrounding lowland basin and the Central Highlands which is a plateau that rises southward from the Great river.
Per Capita Income
Family
time
personal topics
business
Brazil is the largest catholic country
Major Catholic holidays are public holiday
Brazil public holiday
January 1. New Years Day
February 11. Carnival
February12. Carnival
February13. Ash Wednesday
March 29. Good Friday
April 21. Tiradentes Day
May 1. Labour Day
May 30. Corpus Christi
September 7. Independence Day
October 12. Lady of Aparecida
November 1. All Saints Day
November 2. All souls Day
November 15. Republic Day
November 20. Zumbi dos Palmares
December 25. Christmas Day
Religion
State
Education
Primary school
middle school
secondary school
6-10
11-14
15-17
Vibrant democracy
Executive, Legislative, Judicial
Social Organizations
History of Brazil
Before Colonial Era (~1500)
~1500
1889
The Empire (1822~89)
Republican Brazil (1889~1963)
1822
1942
1956
1985
Colonial Era (1500~1822)
Pedro Cabral
Diplomacy
Transfer of the capital to Rio de Janeiro
Discovered Brazil in 1500 by accident when he was journeying to India.
Porto Seguro
Vera Cruz Island
Maria I
João VI
Became federal republic in November 15, 1889
Deodoro da Fonseca became the first President of the Republic of Brazil after disposing Pedro I
Paraguay War
Five years of high economic growth
The new capital city, Brasilia, is inaugurated.
President Juscelino Kubitschek
The futuristic city of Brasilia (1960)
Brazil Today
Wars
Brazilian Expeditionary Force
From 1964 to 1985, Brazil was under
the rule of military leaders
.
In the late 1980s the country returned to
democratic rule
.
High rates of crime
Street children
High and low-class citizens
Social Problems
Brazil was named after this tree, the Brazilwood.
Was king of Portugal from 1816 til 1826 to his death.
Maria I was the first Queen regnant of Portugal.
The Paraguayan War lasted from 1864–1870.
With over 400,000 deaths, the war was
one of the highest ratios of fatalities
to combatants of any war with
South America's history.
Empire of Brazil
Flag
Republic of Brazil
Flag
The expeditionary force was arranged by the Army and Air Force to fight alongside the Allied forces
in the Mediterranean Theatre of World War II.
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