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Transcript of Denmark

Denmark habits
INTRODUCTION

Capital : Copenhage


43.000 kilometers
5,59 millions of
residents


Constitutional
Monarchy

The Danish Crown


I. BUSINESS / POLITIC
A- BUSINESS

B- POLITIC


III. LANGUAGE / PHYSICAL
A-LANGUAGE

PHYSICAL
ROUTINES
SOCIAL LIFE
FOOD AND DRINK
Working hours

37 hours per week / from Monday to Friday
Men tend to work more hours than women

Meeting (at home)
Punctuality
Demand to visit the house
Don't discuss business !!!

Table manners/meals

Toasting with the "Skol"
Respect the sitting plan
Respect the place of flatware
Gender


Traditions
: most are based on the christian calendar
- The children’s festival
- The Great prayer Day
- The Denmark's liberation
- The anniversary of the first Danish Constitution
- The valdemar's Day
- The martinmas Eve
- The traditional new year

Family life

Greeting
- Women first
- Visual contact
- Present themselves with their first name

Specialties
- Wienerbrød

- Smørrebrød

- Rugbrød

- Salmon and herring
- Pølsevognen


Importance of food

3 main meals : breakfast, lunch and dinner
Lunch at 12 o' clock / Diner : between 6pm and 8pm

Time and place
Breakfast and dinner at home
Lunch at work
Meeting
Ponctuality
Shake hands
Use professional title

Hierarchy
Equality
Little hierarchy
Status aren't important

Constitutional monarchy


179 members in the parliament


Voting age is eighteen since 1978
98% speak Danish

dialect groups:
-> Insular Danish (ømål)
-> Jutlandic (jysk)
-> Bornholmsk dialect (Bornholmian)

Latin alphabet and the Danish alphabet
For appearance

Never dress sloppily
Jeans are acceptable
Black Tie for special event or Business

Body language
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