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WELCOME TO BRAZIL
Brazil
HOFSTEDE
MASC VS FEM
POWER DISTANCE
Places higher value on quality of life and nurturing.
Interprets sex roles more fluidly
places greater value on cooperative efforts and service.
Has strong motivation for achievement, and considers work central to life
Honors referent powers
Clear delineation between wealthy and poor, young and old, boss and employee.
Values obedience in children.
Expects teachers to be authoritarian.

Extended family: Parent(s), children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.
COLLECTIVE VS INDIVIDUAL
Loyalty to the group = “I belong.”
Group consensus = “We”
Omission of truth = Harmony
Group identity is emphasized.
UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE
Need for rules and laws, even if impractical
What is different, is dangerous
Xenophobia
LONG TERM ORIENTATION
Patient and tolerant of short term problems.
Change tends to happen more slowly
Society of pragmatic virtues focused on long term outcomes with thrift and perseverance
Good and evil is contextual, traditions are flexible
INDULGENCE
Willingness to realize their impulses and desires
Possess a positive attitude and have a tendency towards optimism
High degree of importance on leisure time
Taking time out to enjoy a siesta or spending hours at a social dinner are important aspects of life in Brazil
PERSONAL CONTROL OVER THE ENVIRONMENT VS FATE
CHANGE VS. TRADITON
EQUALITY VS HEIRARCHY
SELF-HELP VS BIRTHRIGHT INHERITANCE
PRACTICALITY/EFFICIENCY VS IDEALISM
FUTURE VS PAST ORIENTATION
STATE
RELIGION
HISTORY
FAMILY
DEEP STRUCTURE
STATE
Large and consists of two parents
Other relatives present
Live together or Close
Tight Knit
Protective
Stable
Happy atmosphere
Children learn respect
Where values, beliefs, and norms are learned
Responsibilities
Husband is the provider
Wife cares for the children
Children help with chores
Housing

SYNCRETISTIC PRACTICES
BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT GUARANTEES FREEDOM OF RELIGION
97% OF BRAZILIANS REPORT TO BELIEVE IN A GOD; 3% HAVE DOUBTS AND 1% DO NOT BELIEVE AT ALL
CATHOLIC (120 MILLION)
PROTESTANT (44 MILLION)
SPIRITIST (4 MILLION)
MORMON (1.7 MILLION)
JEHOVA'S WITNESS (700,000)
AFRICAN/INDIGINOUS (400,000)
BUDDHIST (215,000)
Values: Today's Society
Children and expectations
Grandparents
Family Relationships
Support
Popular Proverbs
Atras de um grande homem ha sempre uma mulher (Behind a great man there is always a great women)
Quem semeia colhe (You reap what you sow)
Quem da recebe (Give and you shall receive)
Government
Federal Republic
President: Dilma Rousseff


Vice President: Michel Temer
26 states and 1 federal district
Education
Social Organizations
Elementary School: 6-14 years old

High School: 15-17 years old
Beauty
Obsession with plastic surgery
http://www.cnn.com/videos/health/2015/02/16/pkg-darlington-brazil-toxic-cosmetic-surgery.cnn
Cosmetics
NON VERBAL
VERBAL

Informal
Relaxed
Interuptions
Directness
Touch
Closeness
Eye Contact
Language: Portuguese
Vital Statistics
Population
Ethnicities
202.7 million
5th largest country in the world
47.7 % White
43.1 % Mullato
Facts About Brazil
LIFESTYLE
FOOD
TYPICAL WORKDAY
Nightlife
Manioc
ARCHITECTURE
-Key figures in the development of modern archiecture
COST OF LIVING
SPORTS
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
MEDIA
TV
Elite Squad: The Enemy Within
MUSIC
FILM
FASHION
Futbol
Introduced in the late 1800's by a Scotsman
VOLLEYBALL
Men's
TENNIS
Thomaz Bellucci
FOOTVOLLEY
-Began in Rio de Janeiro
OTHER
MARTIAL ARTS
SKATEBOARDING
INLINE SKATING
SWIMMING
SAILING
EQUESTRIAN
SURFING
BOXING
BIRIBOL
Okra
Feijoada
Fruit
Beans
Rice
Northern
Vatapá
Southern
Arroz Carreteiro
Northeast
Moqueca
Southeast
Minas Gerais
Sports
Samba
Dancing
Bumba-Meu-Boi
Coco
Capoeira
always tells a story
Carnivals
Mens
Women's
FIFA
-Ranked #5
-Lowest Rank #22
-Most successful team in Fifa history
Nickname:
Canarinho and Verde-Amaela

-Fairly Amauter
Women's
-#1 team on the FIVB World Rankings
-Silver Medal at the 2012 Olympics
-Known as the "Dream Team"
-#2 team on the FIVB World Rankings
-Gold Medalists for the 2008 and 2012 Olympics
Teliana Pereira
-Ranked 75th
-Ranked 40th
-Originated in Brazil in 1965


-Use a soccer ball on the volleyball court
-Brazilian Labour Law: Annual Holiday of 30 Days

-Depends on what type of work
-Full-time employment eligibilty is at age 14
Oscar Niemeyer
Located in Curitiba, Brazil
The Niterói Contemporary Art Museum
Congress Building
LEISURE ACTIVITIES
Samba
-Influenced by the African American people
-Roots in slave labor
-Made it look like dancing
-A drama with a storyline
-Struggles faced by the people when colonizing in Brazil
-Very specific steps
-Fun and upbeat dance
-Performed in a circle
-Began with the African people
-Secret way of honoring their religious beliefs
-Most popular Latin dances
Tacacá
Maniçoba
Pato no Tucup
Caruru
Barreado
Lasagna
Other Pasta Dishes
Acarajé
Vatapá
Rio de Janeiro
São Paulo
Frango com Quiabo
Brown and Black Beans
Farofa
Banana Frita
Feijão Preto
Rejadinho
Arroz e Feijão
Virado a Paulista
Pizza
Pasta
Sushi

Index Info
Consumer Price Index : 45.07
Rent Index: 12.72
Groceries Index: 34.87
Restaurants Index: 38.75
Consumer Price Plus Rent Index: 28.59
Local Purchasing Power: 56.12

$1.39
$3.74/gallon
Apartments
1 Bedroom in the City: Average $370
1 Bedroom Outside of the City: Average $250
3 Bedrooms in the City: Average $ 750
3 Bedrooms Outside of the City: Average $515
January 1: New Years Day
February 11: Carnival
February 12: Carnival
February 13: 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
*all major Catholic holidays are public holidays
Cost of Living
Utilities Per Month
Other Per Month
Rent Per Month
1 bdr. in the city: $380
1 bdr. out of city: $250
Electricity/heat/water/garbage: $65
Gas: $3.77
Internet: $23
1 lb. cheeses: $2.93
Cigarettes: $2.07
Per Capita Income
Country's Main Sources of Income
$14,750
Oil/Gas
Mining
Mulheres Ricas
Linha Direta
Brazil's Next Top Model
Pânico na TV
Light skin
Straight, light hair
Body Language
Gestures
Fashion/Attire
Space

Paula Fernandes
Fernando Sorocaba
Luan Santana
ART
José Pancetti
Alberto da
Veiga Guignard
Cândido Portinari
16th Century
Pedro Alvares Cabral
-En route to India, discovers Brazil
-April 1500
-Arrived at present day Porto Seguro
-Named new territory "Ilha de Vera Cruz"
Amerigo Vespucci
-Voyage by Portugal royalty
-Returned home with cargo of brazilwood
-Origin of name
-Used to make cabinets and violin bows
1727
Coffee introduced
1808-1821
-Royals from Potugal relocate to Brazil
-Run both countries from Rio de Janeiro
Kingdom of Portugal and Brazil
First Empire:
1822-31
-Pedro crowned emporer of Brazil
-1st Constitution
Second Empire
1831-89
-1834: Federalism (6 years) and one man regency
-July 18, 1841: Coronation of Pedro II
-1850: African Slave Trade outlawed
-May 13, 1888: Golden Law abolishes slavery
First Republic
1889-1930
-February 24, 1891: First Constitution
-1890: Church and State seperated
Transitional Republic
1930-45
-October 3, 1930:
Getulio Dorneles Vargas to power
-July 9, 1932:
Sao Paulo rebellion brings civil war
-July 16, 1934:
Congress elects Vargas to presidency
-August 22, 1942:
Declares war on Axis powers
August 24, 1954:
Vargas commits suicide
September 2, 1961:
A Parliamentary system established
Military Republic
1964-85
-March 1967: New Constitution Promulgated
-1977: Divorce Legalized
-October 27, 1965: Second Institutional Act
-February 6, 1966: Third Institutional Act
-September 1, 1967: Fourth Institutional Act
-December 13, 1968: Fifth Institutional Act
-1985: Military steps down from power
New Republic
1985-Present
-November 15, 1989: First Presidential election since 1960
-March 9, 1994: Presidential Term is changed to four years
-1995: Fernando Henrique Cardoso as President
-2011: Dilma Rousseff becomes Brazil's
first women President
"Guitar" shape
Golden showers
TV Shows
Movies
Rede Globo
About 3/5 of people have four years of schooling or less
Less than 3/5 of students ages 15-17 attend school
Elementary and High School
Higher Education
Attendance increased dramatically in the 21st century
Traditionally dominated by wealthy whites
Best state and private universities are in Sao Paulo
KOHLS'
COMPETITION VS COOPERATION
TIME CONTROL VS HUMAN INTERACTION
INDIVIDUALISM VS GROUPS WELFARE
ACTION ORIENTATION VS BEING
INFORMALITY VS FORMALITY
DIRECTNESS VS INDIRECTNESS
-September 7, 1822: Pedro claims independence
-November 15, 1889: Flag was adopted
Flag
-Green: Represets the forests of Brazil
-Yellow: Symbolizes mineral wealth
-Blue: sky over Rio de Janeiro at 8:37 A.M. on 15 November 1889 - the day the Republic of Brazil was declared
-"Ordem E Progresso" = Order and Process
-27 stars: The night sky over Rio
-September 6, 1922: National Anthem
7.6 % Black
Geography
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