Sithole 1 - History of Slovakia(Notes when presenting)The...

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History of Slovakia (Notes when presenting)The country Slovakia (known as The Republic Slovak) is located in the central of Eastern Europe and its history dates back to the fifth century, when Slavic tribes moved into the region south of the Carpathian Mountains (Frucht, 2005, p. 288). Slovak went through different changes and in October 1918, Slovak state joined with Czech to form one state Czechoslovakia, ‘The Velvet Revolution’ and only to split again into two different states in January 1993 ‘Velvet Divorce’. “Slovakia evolved into a democratic state and 1998 and 2002 elections installed a reform-minded leader, Mikuláš Dzurinda, as prime minister.” (Bulletining points for the PowerPoint) Slovakia in located in the central of Eastern Europe and its history dates back to fifth. In 1918, Slovak joined Czech with to form one state Czechoslovakia “The Velvet Revolution” Velvet Divorce 1993 http://www.slovensko.com/about/flag (Fig. 2, Slovakia, Source: worldatlas.com) Reference http://www.slovensko.com/about/flag Kurian & Thomas. (2006) Encyclopedia of the World's Nations and Cultures . (Volumes 1-4). (2nd Edition) New York, NY Social structure Family life
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According to a recent survey, 93% of Slovak inhabitants think that children are happy only when the both of parents live with them in the same house. Family is a very important thing for Slovaks in their lives. Maybe the most important thing in their lives. In the middle of the 20th century a family originated when people got married. In that time divorce was not common. The most important objective for a family was to have and raise children. But there were changes at the end of the 20th century. Fewer and fewer people got married and divorce was more common. According to a recent survey, 93% of Slovak inhabitants think that children are happy only when the both of parents live with them in the same house. In 1961, there were about 100 000 single-parent families in Slovakia –
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