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Transcript of Dominicana
Maeaning: It is an official statement that the she is becomning a woen and is no longer viewed as a kid. Merengue
Salsa Carnivals Greetings
A handshake, with direct eye contact and a welcoming smile is standard.
Maintaining eye contact is crucial as it indicates interest.
When shaking hands, use the appropriate greeting for the time of day - "buenos dias", "buenas noches", or "buenas tardes". family Roles 27 de Febrero Baseball Festive Days 6 de Enero- Dia de los reyes Magos 27 de Febrero Semana Santa
The Dominican Republic is part of an island called Hispaniola and has one land border, which is Hattie. During the late 1700’s Spain cedes Hispaniola to France; however in 1808 the Spaniards took over Santo Domingo following the revolt by Spanish creoles.
The Haitian president Jean-Pierre Boyer and his troops took over Santo Domingo in 1822. The US and the Dominican Republic signed a 50 year treaty, in which the US would take over the Dominicans customs department in return for buying its debt; however in 1924 US forces withdrew. The Dominican Republic today is ruled by Danilo Medina and has a population of almost 10 million people, with a surface area of only 48, 700 sq km. The capital is Santo Domingo and approximately 2.1 million people live there making it the most populated city in the Dominican. The cuisine of the Dominican Republic comes from the influences of different countries and continents, especially African and Spanish. Food History of the Dominican Republic cuisine begins with Christopher Columbus.
Christopher Columbus and the Spaniards arrived on the north coast of an island in 1492. They gave the name to this island La Española or Hispaniola. Food Already there on the island were Taino natives and they lived off a diet of food found from their common habitat, such as corn, tropical fruit and seafood. More Food! Spaniards brought with them many new vegetables, grains, and fruits, as well as animals. In 1509, the arrival of the African slaves has brought even more food variety. A common breakfast in the Dominican Republic may include fruit like passion fruit, mangoes, pineapples, papaya, bananas, zapote, mangu, or jaguar. Mangu is made from mixing taro, cassava and mashed plantains. Pasta is also a very common ingredient to Dominican Republic dishes; spaghetti is referred to "a poor man’s meat." Just like Spain, the Dominican Republic generally has a small breakfast and a light dinner. The lunch is generally larger and is the most important meal of the day. A popular national dish for lunch, addressed as La Bandera resembles the Dominican republic flag, "The white rice and red beans remind people of the flag colors, hence the name". This lunch can be described as a simple plate of rice, beans, and meat, most commonly chicken but can also include fish, pork, or beef along with a salad and side dish" Under the constitution the official religion of the Dominican is Roman Catholic, nevertheless the people of the Dominican have the choice to choose which religion they wish to practice
Major religious holidays Religion Lago Enriquillo Playa Del Macao Parque Nacional Del Este El Jardin Botanico La Bandera The older generation makes the decision.
Ex.The individual derives a social network and assistance in times of need from the extended family, which generally encompasses three generations.
Nepotism is considered a good thing, since it implies employing people one knows and trusts, which is of primary importance. The Dominican Republic was explored by Christopher Columbus on his first expedition in 1492.
The capital was established by Spaniards in 1496. The Flag Language Spanish is the official language
Every country has its own way of speaking
Cutting off the endings
Como tu estas?(how are you)
Como tu esta Elders and child relationship
Regardless of family ties, an elder has the last word. It is a linear communication model where it is mostly a command
Ex. My mothers generation
she never hugged her father he was just a provider but she longed for a deeper connection.
her mother went against that and it was sometimes looked upon as a bad thing Today
there is more interaction between a child and an elder person. Although any disrespect is not tolereated