JOURNEY TO AFRICA. Tamara Jones, Demetrius Smith, Mariah Murphy Period 2 African-American Literature Destinations: Cairo, Egypt Chinguetti , Mauritania Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Madagascar. Etiquette. Zimbabwe
Tamara Jones, Demetrius Smith, Mariah Murphy
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
A female never looks a male in the eyein rural areas. I fi it is a daughter and her father she must also kneel. In the business world, eye contact shows honesty.
Shake with the right hand and sometimes hug and pat on the back with friends when it’s two men. The same thing happens with women but sometimes with a slight genuflection. When greeting between people of opposite genders, they both shake hands then take one steo back and make a slight genuflection.
Women are expected to be domestic housewives and good role models for their children in city and rural settings. Men are the heads of their families and are allowed to have affairs. If a foreign woman marries into the society she has to accept the society’s norms.
Indirect speaking is used in rural areas and direct in the urban. Personal matters are normally discussed.
Men and women should never stand any less than an arm’s length apart when interacting.
Never speak to a person with your hands in your pockets.
Men wear suits and ties in dark colors while women wear conservative clothing, but little to no expensive jewelry.
I don’t understand
Do you speak..?
How much is this?
The image of a man fighting a crocodile on a tomb near Betioky, Madagascar.
Hand-made antique Zimbabwean mask made by the Ndebele tribe.
Canopic jars from ancient Egypt were used to store the stomach, liver, intestines, and lungs which were stored after mummification in hopes that when the pharaoh was in the afterlife, they would have everything they needed to survive.
This is a Paleo Neolithic Flint Arrowhead. It can be used as a weapon or a tool.