2014, Rey Ty, 郑文华博士, Intercultural Orientation, *介绍美国文化

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2014 Rey Ty, 郑文华博士, Intercultural Orientation, 介绍美国文化

Intercultural Orientation 介绍美国文化 Rey Ty 郑文华博士

名字 1. 我中文名字 (汉字)是__________. 2. 拼音是______________________. 3. 我的英文名字是______________.

I think the U.S.A. is…

I think Americans are…

I think China is better than the U.S.A. because…

I think the U.S.A. is better than China because…

At Northern Illinois University, I want to…

In Chicago, I want to…

In the U.S.A., I want to…

Why are cultures different?

Each society is unique.

Each society has different historical experiences.

Some societies are capitalist.

Some countries are socialist.

Some countries are post-industrial.

Some people live in urban areas.

Some people live in suburban areas.

Some people live in rural areas.

Each generation has different cultures.

Some people joined the army in World War I

Some people were born during & after WWI (1901-1924)

Some people were too young during World War II (Born before 1945).

Some people were born after World War II (Born 1945-1964): “Baby Boomers.”

Some people were born during the Cold War. (1945-1982). “Gen X” or MTV.

Some people were born around the new millennium (1982early 2000s). “Gen Y” or “Millennials.”

Some people were born after the early 2000s “Gen Z” “Post-911” “Multi-Tasking” “Facebook” “Internet” Generation.

Some people believe in God. Other people don't believe in God.

People have different religious beliefs.

In the U.S., there is a dominant culture.

In the U.S., the dominant culture is white Anglo-Saxon Protestant.

The U.S.A. has many minority cultures.

The U.S. has poor people.

The U.S. has old-rich people.

The U.S. has new-rich people.

The U.S. has Native Americans.

The U.S. has Native Americans.

The U.S. has African Americans.

The U.S. has Latin@s

The U.S. has Asian Americans.

The U.S. has Pacific Islanders.

The U.S. has European Americans.

The U.S. has people of mixed heritage.

The U.S. has traditional families.

The U.S. has single-parent families.

The U.S. has gay families.

The U.S. has single-person never-married families.

Some people (27%) live alone.

1.9 million Americans are 90 years old or older.

Always say: Hi, Please, Thanks, Bye. Give 15-18% Tip.

Some people are preppy.

Some people are jocks.

Some people are punk.

Some people are Goth.

Some people like the HipHop culture.

Some people are skaters.

Guido & Guidette

Americans like to drink cold drinks. They use a lot of ice.

Americans are individualistic.

Look but don't stare at people.

Respect personal space.

Fall in line. Don't cut queues.

Americans want to have quiet personal time.

Americans respect privacy.

Americans want to have direct answers. Say yes when you mean yes. Say no when you mean no.

In the U.S., you must be at least eighteen years old to be able to smoke.

Americans eat hot and cold meals.

In the U.S., when you eat, you must not make any noise.

In the U.S., when you eat, you must not burp.

In the U.S., when you eat, it is prohibited to slurp.

In the U.S., when you eat, it is prohibited to slurp.

In the U.S., when you eat, it is prohibited to slurp.

In the U.S., to be polite, you must firmly shake the hand of others

In the U.S., being late is rude. You have to arrive on time for meetings.

Americans in general are very friendly.

In the U.S., you have to thank everyone, including your parents and friends.

In the U.S., you have to be polite toward everyone: the president, bus driver, teacher, student, rich, poor, male, female, old, and young.

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