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Spain

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Rebecca Dukarski

on 14 October 2014

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Transcript of Spain

Overview
Quick facts
History
Spanish Cuisine
Spanish Fashion
Entertainment
Family Life
Values
Work Life
Business Culture
& Norms
Quick Facts
Capital: Madrid
Language: Spanish
Population: 40 million
Currency: Euro
Major Religion: Roman Catholic
National Animal: Bull
National Flower: Carnation
History
206 B.C: Spain becomes part of Roman Empire
1492: Roman Catholicism becomes state religion
1898: Spain loses control of Cuba
1936: Spain becomes a republic
1939: Spain becomes a constitutional monarchy
2010- Spain becomes president of the European Union

Meal Times
Spanish Cuisine
Spain
Common Spanish Dishes:
Paella
Croquetas
Patatas Bravas
Empanadas
Gazpacho
Jamon Iberico
Tortilla Espanola
Bocadillos
San Jacobos

Breakfast:
cup of coffee
maybe a pastry

Lunch
takes place in the late afternoon from 2:00 - 4:00 (siesta hours)
main meal of the day consists of several courses

Dinner
takes place late at night from 9:00 to 11:00

Light snacks are eaten in between meals usually

Spanish Fashion
Traditional Dress
Entertainment
Music:
Marcha Real
Flamenco
Acoustic Guitar

Cinema:
First FIlm Exhibition
Spanish Civil War
Franco Regime
After Franco’s death
New age of Spanish Films

Family Life
Marriage
Nuclear Family Households
Inheritance
The Word “Family”
Values
Conservative
Rich history
Family oriented society
Social Gatherings- Collectivism
Gender Equality

Religion
Roman Catholic (76%)
Non Religion (20%)
Islam (2.3%)
Other Religion (1.7%)
Business Culture
& Work Life
Unemployment Rate
Language
Working hours
Long-Term Relationship
(high uncertainty avoidance)
Business Dress Up
Business Dinner

Business Norms
Greetings
Addressing a person
Business Meetings
Business Meals
Conversation
Work hours and Holidays
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