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Jamaica

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Spencer Suttles

on 16 November 2016

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Transcript of Jamaica

Jamaica
Behaviors
Do not appear overly familiar at the initial greeting.
Body language
A man may touch the arm or shoulder of another man, or even finger his lapel while speaking.

Dietary habits
Keep hands on lap when not eating
Don't sit down till you're invited to and told where to sit
Meals are often served buffet-style.
Always use utensils to eat.
Table manners are Continental the fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right while eating.
When in doubt, watch what others are doing and emulate their behavior.
Dress
Hand gestures
The most common greeting is the handshake with direct eye contact, and a warm smile.
Men often pat each other's shoulder or arm during the greeting process or while conversing.

Religious customs and traditions
The island has the highest number of churches per capita in the world
Most Jamaicans are Christians
Rastafarian's believe they are one of the lost tribes of Israel who were sold into slavery and taken to Babylon (Jamaica) and that they must return to Zion, which they hold to be Ethiopia.
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