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    • Cultural norms
      Adu-boahen Petra
      Akbay Derya
      Durand Sébastien
      Rosynskimargarethe
      Schwarz Tabea
    • Outline
      1 2 3
      Saudi Arabia Japan Brazil
    • Saudi Arabia
      Use of silence
      Eye contact
      Touching
      Space
      Privacy
      Dos
      Don’ts
    • Use of silence
      S
    • Eye contact
    • Touching
    • Space
    • Privacy
      Never ask a Saudi about his wife!
    • Dos
      Address your counterparts
      with appropriate titles.
      Abide by local standards of modesty and dress appropriately
      Maintain strong eye-contact
      Do use your right hand for gift giving etc.
    • Don’ts
    • Japan
      Use of silence
      Conversational overlaps and interruptions
      Eye contact
      Touching
      Privacy
      Dos
      Don'ts
    • Use of silence:
    • Eye contact
    • Touching
      Combination of both
    • Privacy
    • Dos and don’ts
    • Brazil
      Use of silence
      Conversational overlaps and interruptions
      Eye contact
      Touching
      Privacy
      Dos
      Don’ts
    • Use of silence:
    • Eye contact
      Eye contact is important.
    • Touching
      Touching is common
      Handshaking & kissing are common forms of greeting
    • Space
    • Privacy
      Brazilians display their emotions openly and don’t hold back their feelings
      It’s common to see young people showing feelings in public places
    • Dos
    • Don’t
    • Anyquestions?
      Thankyouforyourattention!