COMPARING ARAB AND AMERICAN CULTURE

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Hello, I’m from Saudi Arabia. I have to compare between my culture and other culture. So you can choose any culture that you know about it. here the following directions:

Assignment Objectives:

* Learn about an alternative culture different from your own.

* Develop a better understanding of inter-cultural communication theory.

* Develop invention skills.

*Develop writing skills.

 

Assignment Directions:

* Select and research another culture different from your own (alternative culture).

* Identify and define your own culture (125 words).

* Define the alternative culture (125 words).

* Compare your culture and the alternative culture in terms of individualist and collectivist orientations (100 words).

* Compare your culture and the alternative culture in terms of high/low power (100 words).

* Compare your culture and the alternative culture in terms of high/low context (100 words).

* Compare your culture and the alternative culture in terms of masculinity/femininity (100 words).

* Use of specific examples

* You must cite a minimum of THREE different SOURCES.

Please do not use difficult words.

Description

Arab culture can be defined as a culture associated with countries that have certain characteristics including speaking Arabian language; the majorities are Muslims, and others.  These are Arab countries that are spread through West Asia and North Africa. It is a culture that is identified with people living in different countries from Morocco to the Arabian Sea.[1] The Arab culture is divided into different parts including urban culture (Al-Hadar), rural culture (Al-Reef), and Nomad culture (Al-Badow). These cultures are specific to particular countries that identify with the culture. For example countries like Sudan, Morocco, Iraq and others are considered to be rural cultures while Arab states like Libya, Jordan and others are considered nomadic cultures. Other countries like Lebanon, Tunisia, and others are considered urban culture.

[1] Joan Esherick, Women in the Arab World (Philadelphia: Mason Crest Publishers, 2006).