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    • Armenian Culture and Ethics Joyce M. Holland Organizational Research & Process Consultation University of Phoenix Workshop 5 Eugene Kaufman, MBA 8/25/2004                                      
    • Agenda Slide 11 - Social Welfare Slide 12 - Traditional Dress Slide 13 - Folk Culture Slide 14 - Currency Slide 15 - Money / Finances Slide 16 - Society Slide 17 - Political Structure Slide 18 - Armenian Art Slide 19 - References Slide 1- Title Page Slide 2 - Agenda Slide 3 - Map & Flag Slide 4 - Map & Flag #2 Slide 5 - Geography Slide 6 - Architecture Slide 7 - Church Architecture Slide 8 - Armenian Language Slide 9 - Language / Dialects Slide 10 - Musicians
    • Map & Flag of Armenia                             
    • Map & Flag of Armenia #2                             
    • Geography River in Yerevan. Yerevan is the Capital of Armenia. Founded in 783 BC. Matenadaran, the National Depository of Ancient manuscripts Yerevan Opera House
    • Armenian Architecture Armenian Community Metro Station in Armenia
    • Church Architecture Northern Armenian Church Central Armenian Church Southern Armenia Karabagh                                                                                
    • Armenian Language : Armenian Alphabet first created in 5th century by Mesrop Mashtots                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
    • Language & Dialects Alphabet: 38 letters, derived from Greek alphabet: from fifth century A.D. More than 91.6 percent speak Armenia as their native language 47.1 percent of Armenians speak fluent Russian
    • Commemorative coin of Aram Khachatryan (1903-1978), a prominent Armenian musician, composer and conductor . Traditional Armenian Band
    • Social Welfare Armenia partially retained the Soviet-era system of social services: 1. Retirement, Survivorship, and Disability Pension, 2. Allowances to Parents of Newborn Children, 3. Sick and Maternity Leave, 4. Unemployment Compensation, 5. Food Subsidies
    • Traditional Dance Costume
    • Traditional Folk Culture
    • Armenian Commemorative Coins 10 Drams
    • Money & Financial Structure 250 Rubles 5000 & 1000 Drams
    • Homogeneous Society? Armenian 93%, Azeri >1%, Russian 2%, Yezidi Kurds 4% (2002)
    • Armenian Genocide Turkish genocide against Armenians from 1895 to 1915. Armenians were Christians, while the Turks practiced Islam
    • Political Structure The republicis divided into 37 districts, or gavarner , each with a legislative and administrative branch similar to national structures. Pending adoption of a new constitution prescribing a division of power. Major decisions made by central government, implemented by the district administrations.
    • Armenian Art VAGARSHAK ARAMYAN
    • References
      • Gate to Armenia. Armenian Information & Resources.(1999-2004) Retrieved on August 7, 2004 from: http://www.armgate.com/
      • Tourism in Armenia- Information, History, Attractions.
      • (1998 - 2004 ) Retrieved on August 7, 2004 from:
      • http://www.tourismarmenia.net
      • Library of Congress. Federal Research Division. Country Studies ARMENIA - A Country Study. (March 1994). Retrieved on August 7,
      • 2004 from: http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/amtoc.html