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Brazil

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Transcript of Brazil

AGENDA
1. QUIZZ about Brazil
2. Languages
3. geography (Major towns, Rivers...)
4. ECONOMY
5. Food & food habits
6. HISTORY
7.religions & ETHnIC
8.AchievementS
9. DO & DONT'S




1. Quizz about Brazil
How many people live in brazil ?
What is the capital city of braZil ?
what is the biggest city of braZil ?
WHAT IS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE?
WHO is the president of Brazil?
HOW BIG IS BRAZIL COMPARE TO GERMANY?
"Order & Progress"
2. Languages
Answers
How many people live in brazil ?
In 2013 around 200,000,000 people
What is the capital city of brazil ?
Brasilia
what is the biggest city of brazil ?
São Paulo
WHAT IS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE?
Portuguese
WHO is the president of Brazil?
Dilma Roussef
HOW BIG IS BRAZIL COMPARE TO GERMANY?
24 times bigger than germany
Did you know that Brazil has ...
tHE LARGEST POPULATION OF ITALIAN ORIGIN OUTSIDE ITALY

the largest population of japanese outside japan

the largest population of arab outside the middle east

However...
Most of them have portuguese origins.
PORTUGUESE IS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE of Brazil
99% of the population speak portuguese

210 languages are speaking
180 are indigenous
Let's learn some portuguese
3. Geography
THE 5 biggest cities in Brazil:
São Paulo
Rio de janeiro
Salvador
Brasilia
Fortaleza
7 regions named after their dominant rivers
&
5 Regions NAMED AFTER THEIR RIVER BASINS
4. Economy
seventh largest economy of the world
Abundant natural resources
mixed economy
GDP growth: Brazil V.S Germany
Currency: The Brazilian REAL
Major industries
Tourism
AGRICULTURE & Food production
Industry
5. Food & food habits
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6. History
7. Religions & ethnic structure
8. Achievements
PDI: Power Distance
In Brazil it is important to show respect to the
elderly
(and children take care for their elderly parents).

In
companies
there is one boss who takes complete responsibility.

Status symbols of power
are very important in order to indicate social position and “communicate” the respect that could be shown.
IDV: Individualism
Brazil has a score of 38 so people from birth onwards are integrated into strong, cohesive groups
MAS: Masculinity/Femininity

Brazil scores 49 on this dimension, really in the middle. The softer aspects of culture such as leveling with others, consensus, sympathy for the underdog are valued and encouraged.
UAI=Uncertainty avoidance
Should we try to control the future or just let it happen?
LTO=Long Term Orientation
Sources: http://geert-hofstede.com/brazil.html
Hofstede's cultural dimensions
At 76 Brazil scores high on UAI as the majority of Latin American countries.
These societies show a strong need for rules and elaborate legal systems in order to structure life.
The individual’s need to obey these laws, however, is weak.
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The "jeitinho brasilero" is really to look for alternatives to do what in a Western eyes could be regarded as impossible.
Like Asians the Brazilians accept more than one truth.
Brazilians easily accept change as a part of life.
Feijoada
The national dish of Brazil, this is a thick stew of black beans with pieces of beef and pork added to it. It is traditionally prepared in a clay pot.

acaraje
Coxinha
A common snack in Brazil which is minced chicken shaped like a drumstick chicken and fried until golden brown. (Watch out! Sometimes there is a toothpick inside to represent where the bone should be)
Main dishes
Made with black-eyed peas that are rolled into balls and then deep fried in Palm Oil. Inside you have shrimps, peanuts and some other ingredients depending on the region.
Main religion :Roman catholicisme

protestantism

non religious: spiritism

others: afro-brazilian religions, buddhism,judahism, islam...
1822 : Independence
Son of Portuguese king declares independence from Portugal and crowns himself Peter I, Emperor of Brazil.
1888: Salvery abolished
1937 : Vargas leads coup
Vargas leads coup, rules as dictator with military backing. Economy placed under authoritarian state control.
2000: The 500th Anniversary of the discovery
Timeline: Brazil
Slavery abolished. Large influx of European immigrants over the next decade.
Kubitschek (President from 1956 to 1960) moves capital from Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia.
1960: Brasilia, new capital city
1945 : Vargas ousted in military coup
Elections held under caretaker government. New constitution returns power to states.
Protestations of indigenous Indians, who say that racial genocide, forced labour and disease have dramatically cut their population from an estimated 5 million before the Portuguese arrived in 1500 to the current 350,000.
The End
Thank you for listening.

SOURCES
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/1231075.stm
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2000-05-17/news/0005170201_1_global-justice-center-james-cavallaro-brazilian-soil
http://geert-hofstede.com/brazil.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil
http://www.southamerica.cl/Brazil/Food.htm
And now would you like to go to
Brazil?
9.Dos & Donts
Dos
Donts
Do try to learn some Portuguese

Do avoid dark and isolated places if you are alone

do bring insect repellant to avoid mosquito

Make eye contact with those around you, this is more polite
Do not bring valuables things in Public

Be careful with the pickpockets

It's safer to take the taxi than the bus

Do not make the ok sign with your hand it's very rude gesture in Brazil
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