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    Questionnaire Questionnaire Presentation Transcript

    • COMENIUS PROJECT ‘ The image of the other’ Preilu 1. pamatskola
    • SURVEY Living in a multicultural society Overcoming stereotypes and cultural biases
    • Sex F 56 M 44 Taboos:
    • Taboos
    • Taboos
    • Taboos
    • Taboos
    • Taboos
    • Taboos
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Respect and authorities
    • Relationship between men and women
    • Relationship between men and women
    • Relationship between men and women
    • Relationship between men and women
    • Relationship between men and women
    • Family life
    • Family life
    • Family life
    • Family life
    • Family life
    • Family life
    • Religion, festivals, celebrations, customs
    • Religion, festivals, celebrations, customs
    • Religion, festivals, celebrations, customs
    • Religion, festivals, celebrations, customs
    • Religion, festivals, celebrations, customs
    • Greetings
    • Greetings
    • Greetings
    • Greetings
    • Greetings
    • Conclusions
      • Most students say that they never spit in public, so they are very polite.
      • Students at age of 15-18 are sometimes swearing in public, but there are also students who never do that.
      • In Latvia students do not accept smoking in public and they can also comment when someone is doing something that is not acceptable.
      • In Latvia it is not important to know how much somebody earns.
      • In Latvia it is not acceptable to ask women about their age.
    • Conclusions
      • Most of students do not talk with their parents about sex.
      • Students in Latvia think that they should give seat to older people.
      • Sometimes students support church as an authority.
      • Most of students follow school rules, but not always.
      • Most of students in Latvia have sometimes cheated and played truant.
      • When Latvian students go out with friends, they take juice or water, but ¼ of them also takes alcoholic drinks.
    • Conclusions
      • In Latvia men do not always let women first, it depends on men.
      • Most of students think that men apologize only if they are wrong and women also do the same.
      • Men in Latvia are very nice, they buy women gifts with no particular reason.
      • In Latvia men and women share duties equally.
      • In Latvia most of housework does mother, but there are also many families where duties are shared.
      • In Latvia there is no one who doesn’t help at home, everyone sometimes helps.
      • It is difficult in Latvia to eat meals with family because people are very busy.
    • Conclusions
      • In most of families the boss is mother, but in some families- it is father or both parents.
      • Students trust their parents and sometimes talk with them about problems.
      • Most people in our country live in apartments on estates of blocks.
      • Most people go to church every Sunday, but there is also someone who is an atheist.
      • Religion is important for 57 students, but there are also people to whom religion is in background or they don’t care.
      • Almost everyone says that nowadays people less and less care about religion and old customs.
    • Conclusions
      • Most students at Christmas have a Christmas tree and gifts, but there are also families that do not celebrate Christmas.
      • At Easter most students go to church.
      • In Latvia when people meet a friend they used to say hello or kiss on cheek.
      • To person who is not a friend in Latvia students also say hello.
      • Sometimes students when they talk use different gestures.
      • Students always look at person with who they talk.
      • Students sometimes nod to say yes.
      • Latvians are an interesting nation.