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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/2/11 By: Barbara Brandmire I t al y
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5/2/11 v Italy’s population is over 58 million v Almost 20% of Italy’s population is over 65 years old v The average Italian family has 1.27 children v The average Italian consumes half a pound of bread a day v Italy is the 4th most visited country in the world v The average Italian consumes 26 gallons of wine a year Fun Facts (Fun facts about Italy I bet
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5/2/11 v 18.5 million Internet users v 358 television broadcasters v Radio broadcast stations consist of about 100 a.m., v 4, 600 f.m., and 9 shortwave v 55.918 mobile phones v 25.596 main line telephones in use Communication Facts (Italy’s Communications I Italian
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5/2/11 v Appearance is important in Italy v Dress can indicate social status v Fist impressions are lasting impressions v Unconsciously Italians asses another persons age and social standing within the first few seconds of meeting v The concept of “Bella Figura” or good image is important to Italians Italian Style
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5/2/11 v Fashion and fashion designs are a trademark of Italy v Women dress in quiet, expensive elegance v Slacks are generally not worn by either sex v Men wear fashionable , high quality suits v Accessories such as shoes and leather goods make a good impression with Italians Appearance (Italy)
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5/2/11 v Italian families provide emotional and financial support to its members v The family is the social center of the social structure a provides a stabilizing influence v In the north only the immediate family lives
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course COM 310 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Minnesota School of Business.

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