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introduction and Armenia

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Harutyun Gevorgyan

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Harutyun Gevorgyan

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HARUTYUN
The writings of an ancient cultures (Egyptian, Greek cultures) tell us about dying and rising goods such as Osiris, or Baal or Achilles etc.
Agriculture in Armenia
25 % of GDP comes from Agriculture
There is 339000 small farms
69.8 % is usable for agriculture purposes
Animal breeding is developed (cattle, ship and goals, poultry, bee)
Wheat, tomato, potato, egg plant
Apricot, grape, apple


Professional development
2000- Veterinary
2002-up to now- Agriextension department
2007-Agribusiness and economy
2010-Sustainable agriculture
2011- young teacher at the unversity
2012-Erasmus Mundus PhD
2013 Humphrey fellow

Armenian National Agrarian University

Rising from the dead,
Resurrection, which is the concept of a living being coming back to life after death
The resurrection of Jesus is the Christian belief , that Jesus Christ miraculously returned to life from dead, when he was executed by crucifixion. It is the central principal of Christian believes

"On the third day he rose again in accordance with the Scriptures”.
According to the National Statistic Service of the Republic of Armenia, 10 % of male in Armenia has the name Harutyun.


HARUTYUN
It is the 7th name in ranking system
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resurrection
1 Corinthians 15:4
http://www.armstat.am/en/
There is some similarities of my name in other culture
France- Pascal
Russia-Artyom
Arabic countries-Walid
English - Harry

Gevorgyan
99.9 % of Armenian family names ends by –YAN, such as
GevorgYAN
MartirosYAN
KhachatrYAN
GasparYAN
etc

Gevorg is the George in other, especially, in British and US cultures.

Originally Armenians were referred to by a single given name. Family names didn’t exist because people lived in small settlements and knew each other personally. 
The need necessity to create Armenian surnames to for distinguishing individuals arose after the foundation of large settlements and towns.
It was necessary to add the person’s place of birth or main occupation. That’s why some Armenian surnames were derived from geographical names and various professions. Or If a family representative was famous for his skills and talents, for example, became a famous jeweler or baker, then his linear descendants received the corresponding surname – Voskerchyan (jeweler), Khatsukhyan (baker), and others.

When east and west meet
http://www.minagro.am/am/index.php?page=agriculture
Good things
Some good and bad thngs about me
Bad things
JUST TEACHER
SCOPE
General information about me

General information about Armenia
General information about my profesional development
Data from World BankLast updated: Jul 12, 2013
48112
Wikipedia
Data from World BankLast updated: Jul 12, 2013
ARMENIA
Polichronic
-
Armenia
Accomplish many things simultaneously
Do many things at once
Relationship comes before schedule
business appointment can be delayed
Punctuality is less important
People are frequently late


Monochronic
-
USA
Time is money
to do one thing at a time and concentrate on their task
Being "on time" and promptness is essential
Armenia
Armenia
United States
Tiglath-Pileser I
king of Assyria (1114–1076 BC)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiglath-Pileser_I
My goal
1. Study agroextension

2. Compare American and Armenian systems

The history goes back untill 5000 BC
Acceptance of Cristianity in 301 AD
The climate in Armenia is markedly continental.

Summers are dry and sunny. The temperature fluctuates between 72 and 107 °F). Humidity level is low.

Winters are quite cold with plenty of snow, with temperatures ranging between 14 and 27 °F.
In
low-context
culture, people prefer to use message in which the majority of the information is in
verbal
code.
In
high-context culture
, people prefer to use message in which the majority of the information is in
non- verbal
code.
------ Armenia
Hofstede's 5 dimensions
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