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Unformatted text preview: People of Kor ean H er itage Macr o Aspects of Model Global society Small cars Densely populated War torn country Technology Macr o Aspects of Model Community Family Person Health Over view, I nhabited Localities, Topogr aphy Heritage and Residence 2 nd oldest continuous civilization Japanese occupation, WWII US occupation, nationalization, Korean War, intermittent war with North Korea Possibility of reunification Over view, I nhabited Localities, Topogr aphy Migration and Economics Contract farm laborers in early 1900s to Hawaii 1924 closed immigration, reopened in 1950s Korean war brides Improve economics Students Over view, I nhabited Localities, Topogr aphy Educational Status and Occupations High value, raise status Influence of Confucianism US model of education Small business owners, esp in black neighborhoods Communication Language and dialects Korean, a phonetic alphabet No dialects Much slang Speak accented English Use 4 levels of honorifics, i.e. based on age, gender, social status Communication Contextual use of the language Value group over individual, men over women, age over youth Harmony, peaceful environment, kibun Silence o.k. Feelings expressed in facial expressions No joking in serious discussion Communication Touch and spatial distance Touch strangers in public Stand close breathe over ones shoulder Limited hugging & kissing unless initiated by someone with higher status HCP touching o.k. since to improve health Communication Eye contact and greetings Avoid direct with person of higher status, o.k. is same or lower status Communication Time and temporality Past orientation, younger more futuristic Rely on palm readers for major timing decisions Western time orientation for work, relaxed for social events Communication Greetings Surname first, in US put last Title plus surname, be formal with adults Family Roles and Or ganization Head of Household and Gender Roles Confucian concepts, ordered inequality, dependency of women Law = rights Domestic violence Men provide financially, women maintain home Authoritarian child rearing Skirt wind Confucius Social order based on five human relationships Family Roles and Or ganization...
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