Ashley MoraPeriod 2Cultural Etiquette 2/12/13What is Cultural Etiquette?CountryNameIrelandCanadaUnited KingdomFlag`ThePeopleThe Irish are very hardworking people. The Irishare a less stressful peopleand allow time to therefamily and friends.Canadians of different typesof ancestry. They haveEuropean, British, and theFrench ancestry. But they areall still Canadians. Theyidentify themselves as astrongly team.The United Kingdom is madeup of four different countries.Of great Britain, northernIreland, England Scotland andWales of northern Ireland.Anyone of these four countriesare called “British”.MeetingandGreet
The Irish shake hands witheveryone present men, women,and children or at business orsocial gathering. And shakehands when leaving.A firm shake hand with eyecontact.
Canadians are very friendly.The shake hands when thereare greeting one another.They also either greet bykissing one another cheeks.The British are very friendlyand when the meet and greatthe shake hand. But the womenextend first.BodyLanguage
The Irish are not comfortablewith public display and loudaffections.“A” is for reverse and “v” forvictory and is a gesture inconsidered obscene.
They are very fancy withwhat they do. When a mansits down he sits straight andwith his legs crossed at theknee or with there kneestogether. When they sneezethe don’t us napkins they ushandkerchiefs. And when awomen sits she sits ladylikeThe British are very friendlyand they do not slap back ortouch others. In display of affection or out in public. Whena family member is greetedthey either hug, kiss, or touchproperly.